MRE Lite Review - RedCon1
A MAK-Honest Review of MRE Lite
Supplement Type: Protein
MRE Lite is an animal-based protein, RedCon1 is ultra-premium protein MRE Lite is in a league of its own. Jump start your meal replacement with one of the most amazing lean animal protein products on the market.
Our whole food meal replacement, MRE is now available in lower calories. In the military, M.R.E. stands for Meals Ready to Eat, these meal packs are given to soldiers out in the field for fuel during intense combat situations. We built upon that concept and offer to you a delicious tasting whole food meal replacement packed full of healthy food choices that will replenish your system when you need it the most.
When to take MRE Lite?
For added dietary protein, a bridge between meals, or a protein-rich snack, mix (1) scoop of MRE Lite with 400-600mls of your favorite beverage, shake well and consume. For additonal protein support, take up to (3) servings per day.
How does MRE Lite work? Pros?
MRE Lite will deliver the same great taste and excellent source of whole foods as our original MRE formula, but with much lower carbohydrates for the person keeping a close and watchful on his or her macronutrients. That means if you’re dieting and on restricted calories, you too, can enjoy the wonders that MRE can do for your physique.
MRE Lite contains no whey protein allowing for easy digestion. Instead, you’ll get beef, salmon, egg, and chicken protein. Plus, the healthy benefits of brown rice protein, pea protein, and MCT oil. Each serving is just 134 calories with 24g of protein and just 2g of sugar.
- Lean muscle gains
- Improve recovery
- No bloat, delicious taste
- No Whey Protein
- Just 2g of Sugar per serving
- Lactose Free
- Mixes easily without a blender
- Keto friendly
Quick Answers to Common Questions
Is MRE Lite vegan friendly?
Just like regular MRE, MRE LITE is not vegan friendly. MRE LITE is made from animal protein sources such as fish, beef, eggs and chicken.
Is MRE Lite dairy free?
Yes just like MRE, MRE LITE is dairy free and contains no whey.
Is MRE Lite only meant to be mixed with water?
No just like regular MRE , LITE can be mixed with water, milk, almond milk or whatever your preference is.
MRE Lite Ingredients
Beef Protein Isolate (bovine), Salmon Protein (fish), Chicken Protein, Egg Albumin (egg), Brown Rice Protein, Pea Protein, Coconut Water (coconut), MCT Oil, Natural And Artificial Flavors, Cellulose Gum, Ground Cinnamon, Salt, Sucralose, Acesulfame-K.
I didn’t know what to expect with the taste of this product considering it has protein from all meat sources but the flavour is up there with one of the best protein shakes I’ve ever had