Meal replacement proteins (or MRP) contain a blend of calories, carbohydrates, protein, fats, and many other nutrients. They are different to protein powders, which contain very few carbohydrates or fats. Meal replacements are marketed as healthy, convenient options to fitness enthusiasts and those on diets who don’t have time to sit down and eat. In other words, they are designed to replace one of your daily meals. Meal replacements often include amino acids and additional ingredients for muscle repair and immune support. Products in this sub-category differ in terms of nutrients and calorie content, are sold in a wide range of flavors and are available to buy in both ready-to-drink and powder forms.
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