Nutritional Support for an Active Lifestyle
Daily Benefit Active Protein is a plant-based, gluten free, non-GMO meal replacement with an amino acid profile specifically developed to support healthy muscle mass.
Who might benefit from using Daily Benefit Active:
- Anyone who exercises and wants to support healthy, strong muscles
- People with compromised digestive function who may not be absorbing nutrients properly and want to prevent muscle wasting
- Individuals with age-related muscle loss (sarcopenia)
- Complete essential amino profile, with added leucine to support healthy muscles
- Branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) for better support of muscle growth and maintenance
- 20 grams of complete protein per serving
- Cocoa polyphenols to support healthy blood flow
- Methylated B vitamins, including methyltetrahydrofolate (MTHF) and methylcobalamin (B12)
- 5 grams of fiber, including prebiotic fiber
- 25 essential vitamins and minerals to support protein synthesis and full-body health
- Delicious Dutch Chocolate and French Vanilla flavors for an easy and tasty meal replacement
- Only 3 grams of sugar
Take one serving 1-2 times daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Blend, shake, or briskly stir 2 scoops (46 g) into 8-10 ounces of chilled water, or unsweetened non-dairy milk.
Optional: blend with organic berries, spinach or other dark leafy greens, chia seeds, flax seeds...get creative!
Should I use Daily Benefit Protein or Daily Benefit Active?
Both proteins in the Dr. Morrison line provide a complete, nutritious meal replacement and are plant-based and gluten-free. The Daily Benefit Protein provides specific minerals and herbs to support liver detoxification and weight loss or maintenance. Daily Benefit Active is best for those looking to support a more active lifestyle or maintain or build muscle mass.
Net weight: 1 lb 6.71 oz (22.71 oz) (644g), enough for 14 servings, each containing 15 grams of protein.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat or cure any disease.