Pro-Plants Drink Mix

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Benefits :

Vitamins, Pea Protein, Green Tea Extract, Bromelain, and MCT Fat Powder in this product:

  • Contribute to increased muscle strength and growth 1
  • Help in enhancing workout performance 2
  • Improve exercise endurance and recovery 3
  • Assist in managing your appetite 4
  • Aid in weight loss 5
  • Has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect 6
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About The Product

Ladies say hello to Rasha’s Pro-Plants Drink Mix. It contains a strong blend of Pea Protein, Antioxidants, and MCT Fat to increase your muscular growth and workout performance while decreasing your food cravings and post-exercise fatigue.

Is this meant for me?

No results after straining workouts in the gym? Worry not- Rasha got you!

Rasha’s Pro-Plants Drink Mix is for girls and women of any age, who want to improve their workout performance, cut down fatigue after exercising, and control their weight. This easy-to-use Drink Mix is ideally consumed 30 minutes after your gym sessions, but can be taken any time during the day to boost your protein intake. Studies also recommend taking some protein before bed to overcome the fasting period at night.

Recommended use

Empty 1 sachet of Pro-Plants Drink Mix into 200 ml of water or milk and drink it once daily or as directed by your healthcare professional. For best results, consume this 30 minutes after your gym sessions. But it can be taken any time during the day to boost your protein intake. Studies also recommend taking some protein before bed to overcome the fasting period at night.

 

NOT FOR MEDICAL USE
This product is a health supplement and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Product Features

Product Features

Convenient Sachets

Convenient Powder melts

Scientifically proven ingredients

Scientifically-proven ingredients

Non GMO

Non-GMO

FSSAI approved

FSSAI approved

USFDA

Manufactured in a USFDA-approved facility

GMP certified

GMP-certified

ISO certified

ISO-certified

GMP certified

GMP-certified

ISO certified

ISO-certified

USFDA

Manufactured in a USFDA-approved facility

Ingredients

Ingredients

FAQs

FAQs

Pro-Plants Drink Mix has numerous benefits – 

Vitamins, Pea Protein, Green Tea Extract, Bromelain, and MCT Fat Powder in this product:

  • Contribute to increased muscle strength and growth
  • Help in enhancing workout performance
  • Improve exercise endurance and recovery
  • Assist in managing your appetite
  • Aid in weight loss
  • Has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect

Are you spending a lot of time in the gym, but you don’t see your muscle growing or feel drained after the workout? You need to fuel your body with enough proteins to increase your muscle mass and strength. After exercising, it is a common problem to feel drained and tired, but with Rasha’s powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory Pro-Plants Drink Mix you can overcome this fatigue and have enough juice for the rest of your day. Also, it contains the right mixture of Fat, Protein, and Green Tea to keep you feeling full and help to manage your weight while exercising.

Empty 1 sachet of Pro-Plants Drink Mix into 200 ml of water or milk and drink it once daily or as directed by your healthcare professional. For best results, consume this 20 minutes after your workout. But it can be taken any time during the day to boost your protein intake. Studies also recommend taking some protein before going to bed to overcome the fasting period during the night.

If you are pregnant, lactating, taking any medications or suffering from a medical condition, consult a healthcare professional before using this product.

CONTAINS CAFFEINE

15 sachets are included in this package, which you can take 20 minutes after you workout.

References

References

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  1. Manya

    Rasha’s Pro-Plants Drink Mix is a game-changer! It fuels my workouts, supports muscle growth, and keeps my food cravings in check. The blend of pea protein, antioxidants, and MCT fat is simply amazing.

  2. Niharika

    Rasha’s Pro-Plants Drink Mix is a total lifesaver. It supports my muscular growth, boosts my workout performance, and keeps those pesky food cravings at bay. It’s a must-have for any fitness-conscious lady!

  3. Prisha

    I’m in love with Rasha’s Pro-Plants Drink Mix! It’s the perfect companion for my fitness journey. The pea protein, antioxidants, and MCT fat combination has improved my workout performance and decreased my post-exercise fatigue. It’s a winner!

  4. Rachita

    Rasha’s Pro-Plants Drink Mix is my new fitness obsession. The blend of pea protein, antioxidants, and MCT fat is a winning combination. It keeps me energized, enhances my muscular growth, and helps me recover faster. Highly recommend it!

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