Primal Fuel (Chocolate Coconut, 15 Servings)

February 8, 2015 - Comment

Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or as a snack or dessert, Primal Fuel is perfect for any occasion. Quick, easy, cost-effective and convenient, Primal Fuel provides balanced, healthy doses of high-quality fat, protein and carbs in a delicious and incredibly satisfying shake. At fewer than 6 grams of natural sugar (and no HFCS) per

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Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or as a snack or dessert, Primal Fuel is perfect for any occasion. Quick, easy, cost-effective and convenient, Primal Fuel provides balanced, healthy doses of high-quality fat, protein and carbs in a delicious and incredibly satisfying shake. At fewer than 6 grams of natural sugar (and no HFCS) per serving, Primal Fuel fits perfectly into any low carbohydrate eating style: Primal, Paleo, Atkins, South Beach, Protein Power, or Caveman Diet. Get off the sugar roller coaster and drop those cravings forever. There is no other product on the market that comes remotely close by comparison. Available in 15 or 30 servings per polybag. Available in Chocolate Coconut and Vanilla Coconut Creme.

Product Features

  • 20 Grams of the Highest Biological Value Protein
  • 9 Grams of Delicious Fat (From Coconut)
  • 5 Grams of Natural Sugars (No HFCS)
  • 6 Grams of Soluble Fiber (as Prebiotics)
  • 30 Servings per Bag (Now packaged in more environmentally friendly poly-bag!)

Comments

C. Pauli says:

A quick and tasty, albeit small meal. I am new to the world of protein/meal replacement shakes. Over the years I have tried a few different “shakes” but this is the first one I have ended up using on a regular basis.Let me back up. For about 6 months I have been trying to eat a primal/paleo diet. A big part of the diet is cooking bigger meals than needed and then eating the leftovers for breakfast and lunch. It makes perfect sense and is a good use of time but as it turns out, I am not the cook every night kind of guy…

Eric T. Ford says:

What is the best protein powder on the market worth to you? I’ve been through ‘em all. I consider protein powders on taste, mixability, and quality of ingredients. There are always trade-offs. The best tasting and easiest mixing powders generally have longer and more unpronouncable lists of ingredients. Some “whey” protein powders are even watered down with hydrolized wheat protein – ugh. As of this writing, probably the protein most well-known for its quality ingredients (free of artificial sweeteners, soy lecithin, etc) is…

Shopped Out says:

Grok is making a killing. 0

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