RedCon1 Green Beret is pea protein alternative to the Redcon1 family. Each serving of Green Beret contains 20g of high-quality protein. Easy to mix and works fast to boost recovery and improve muscle development.
Is this product Vegan?
This product contains a plant-based protein blend, and is therefore free from whey protein - a commonly used ingredient which is derived from milk. Green Beret contains no animal-based products and is 100% suitable for those living a vegan lifestyle, or for individuals with a lactose intolerance.
Does this product contain any banned substances?
No, this product has been tested and confirmed to contain no banned substances. However, we advise that the list of banned substances as noted by the Australian Regulatory Board, ASADA, changes very frequently. For utmost assurance, please consult the ASADA Supplement Checker or contact the MAK Crew.
Is this product safe during pregnancy?
Use of this product is advised against for women during pregnancy without prior consultation with a medical professional. However, minimal evidence of adverse effects exist, and several sources and medical research projects have determined that women during pregnancy require a slightly increased protein intake to support optimal growth and health. Therefore, if choosing to use, consult a medical professional, and ensure the product uses all natural ingredients.
Is this product Gluten Free?
This product is approved and tested to be 100% gluten free!
Does this product contain any artificial colours or flavours?
No, this product has been designed and manufactured to ensure all colours, flavours and sweeteners are 100% natural.
We recommend a serving size of 1 heaped scoop (31g).
To mix, combine with 200ml of water (cold tastes best!), and use a shaker or blender to mix.
Depending on your dietary protein goals, several servings may be taken throughout the day (up to 4).
This product can be used at a variety of times - either directly post workout to aid muscle recovery, throughout the day as a convenient meal or snack, or mixed into smoothies or baked goods (such as pancakes) to increase protein intake.