Metabolic Drive® fat-burning protein is a unique blend of thermogenic micellar casein and fast-acting whey isolate, making it ideal for building muscle and losing fat. The best-selling formula also tastes so good that high-end food companies and smoothie bars use it to make their products. It's the "secret ingredient" for delivering a genuinely fortified gourmet experience that's impossible to get from solid foods alone. Metabolic Drive® protein also provides a blend of the most technically advanced and highest-quality proteins, making it the ultimate muscle building, performance-enhancing tasty nutrition. Contains no hidden fillers.*
The Fat-Burning Effects of Award-Winning Protein
Replacing a meal or two every day with a Metabolic Drive® shake will help shed excess fat without feeling deprived. Adding a couple of Metabolic Drive® shakes per day will also give your body the extra protein it needs to build muscle and perform at its best.*
Whether your goal is losing fat or gaining muscle, adding more protein to your diet will help get you closer to your goal. Here's why:
- Diets higher in specialized, lean protein lead to greater fat loss. One reason for this is because protein is filling. It satisfies hunger and naturally reduces calorie intake, making it an effective appetite suppressant. On top of that, it's difficult for your body to convert protein into body fat, even in very high amounts, which means you can eat a lot of lean protein, feel full and satisfied, and still lose fat.*
- Protein burns almost twice the calories digesting compared to carbohydrates and fats. Eating protein is thermogenic and can lead to a higher metabolic rate, which means greater fat loss when dieting and less fat gain when overfeeding to build muscle.*
- Without adequate protein, muscle building halts, strength gains are slow or nonexistent, and athletic performance is impaired.*
- Protein is essential for preserving muscle and sustaining metabolic rate. Without a steady supply of consumed protein, the body breaks down its muscle to meet its demand. A diet higher in protein prevents this loss.*
Only 7 Ingredients! Contains No Hidden Fillers.
Metabolic Drive® Ingredients
|1.||Whey Isolate, Hormone Free|
|2.||Micellar Casein, Hormone Free|
|3.||Flavors and Cocoa|
|4.||Sunflower Oil Powder (mouth feel)|
|5.||Potassium Chloride (flavor)|
|6.||Vegetable Thickener (mouth feel)|
|7.||Pinch of Sweetener (sucralose)|
Micellar casein is ideal for burning fat & building muscle.
The formula's micellar casein is digested more slowly, giving it a distinct advantage over whey isolate due to its superior ability to increase nitrogen retention. Increased nitrogen retention is critical for building muscle, enhancing performance, and burning fat, making micellar casein the ideal muscle-building protein.
Whey isolate boosts protein synthesis.
The formula's whey isolate is an excellent source of fast-acting essential amino acids, making it ideal for jumpstarting protein synthesis and the body recomposition process.
Both proteins are gently membrane filtered to minimize lactose, carbohydrate, and fat.
CHOCOLATE SUPPLEMENT FACTS
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Ingredients: Whey protein isolate, micellar casein, cocoa (alkalized), natural flavors, sunflower oil powder (high linoleic sunflower seed oil, tapioca dextrin), soy lecithin, potassium chloride, cellulose gum, sucralose.
VANILLA SUPPLEMENT FACTS
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Ingredients: Whey protein isolate, micellar casein, natural flavors, sunflower oil powder (high linoleic sunflower seed oil, tapioca dextrin), soy lecithin, potassium chloride, cellulose gum, sucralose.
Combine one or more scoops with water and mix thoroughly in a blender or shaker. Use the following guidelines for mixing:
|1 (30g)||22 g||8 oz|
|2 (60g)||44 g||16 oz|
|3 (90g)||66 g||24 oz|
Do you have examples of gourmet foods made with Metabolic Drive?
Yes, we have a Lean-Built Desserts Recipe book you can download for free and a YouTube Lean-Built playlist showing how to make some of our best desserts. Here's one of the videos:
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Disclaimer: Individual results may vary.