Body Lab Protein is a brand that designs supplements, especially for women by women. The products don’t contain any ingredients that cause havoc with your hormones and is also endorsed by Jennifer Lopez, who is the face of the brand.
About Body Lab Protein
The goal of Body Lab Protein is to provide women with a high-quality protein supplement that is specifically designed to meet their unique nutritional needs.
Body Lab protein supplements are available in several different forms, including protein powder, protein bars, and protein shakes. They are made with a blend of whey and soy protein, which provides a complete source of protein with all of the essential amino acids. The supplements are low in sugar and calories, making them a good choice for women who are watching their weight or trying to lose weight.
Body Lab protein supplements also contain several other ingredients that are designed to support women’s health, including biotin, collagen, and green tea extract. Biotin is a B vitamin that helps to promote healthy skin, hair, and nails, while collagen is a protein that supports healthy connective tissues, such as skin, bones, and cartilage. Green tea extract is a natural antioxidant that has been shown to support overall health and well-being.
Overall, Body Lab protein supplements can be a good choice for women who are looking for a high-quality protein supplement that is specifically designed to meet their unique nutritional needs. However, as with any dietary supplement, it is important to talk to your doctor or a registered dietitian before starting to use Body Lab protein or any other protein supplement.
My review of Body Lab Protein
This Raspberry Vanilla Yogurt shake has 80 calories per scoop and 15g of protein.
When first trying it, I was a bit apprehensive because for some reason I only go for chocolate protein powder. I thought I wouldn’t like it, but it’s actually delicious on its own – which is rare in powders I’ve tried in the past.
I blended the Body Lab Protein it with about 200ml of water and it was quite creamy and like a thick milkshake.
The only thing is that it doesn’t have as much protein per scoop as my other powders, which have about 20-25g on average. I guess this is why it has fewer calories though and you could always add more powder to make it up.
I’m going to try this with a banana added for a quick pick-me-up before the gym, I imagine it tastes amazing. Banana and strawberry – yum!
You can find the range in Superdrug – which also includes a vanilla flavour, supplements to increase your metabolism and a 14-day jump start kit.