Delicious Meets Nutritious.
There’s nothing like our non-isolate, easy-to-digest Vanilla Cinnamon Plant Protein Smoothie. It’s loaded with 9/9 essential amino acids, and packed with fiber, calcium, omegas, vitamins, and minerals. Enjoy before or after a workout and feel energized and replenished. It has a soft creamy texture and tastes like a delicious vanilla milk with a touch of cinnamon combined with the nutty flavor of Lucuma. It is delicious on its own with your favorite non-dairy milk or blend with your favorite smoothie mix-ins.
526g / About 12 servings
Chocho Plant Protein, Coconut Milk*, Coconut Water, Ceylon Cinnamon*, Lucuma*, Coconut Sugar*, Luo Han Guo (Monk Fruit), Reishi*, Maple Sugar*, Vanilla Bean Ground*, Digeseb® Enzyme Blend (Amylase, Cellulase, Lactase, Lipase, Protease), Madagascar Vanilla, Cordyceps*, Mesquite*, Ginger Extract*, Himalayan Pink Salt
Contains Tree Nuts (Coconut).
California Residents Prop 65
About 12 servings per container
Serving Size: 1/3 cup (44g)
Coconuts are one of the most highly nutritious fruits. Low in carbs and high in healthy fats, coconuts are loaded with minerals, copper, iron and important antioxidants that protect your cells and support metabolism, blood sugar control, heart health and many other functions of the body.
Reishi contains a whopping 36 nutritive compounds which can help fight inflammation, support the immune system and curb seasonal allergies. Reishi has shown to beneficially impact white blood cells, and also helps improve symptoms of fatigue, anxiety and depression.
Cordyceps can help increase the body’s overall energy reserves, optimizing performance and stamina while fighting free radicals that cause oxidative stress. This medicinal mushroom is also loaded with antioxidants which provide many anti-aging benefits.
Plant protein is a non-isolate whole food protein that contains 9/9 essential amino acids. It’s loaded with fiber, calcium, omegas, vitamins, and minerals and is easy to digest, bioavailable and lectin free. It is grown above 10k ft in the Andes mountains through regenerative agriculture.