MRE Lite unlike any other protein powder on the market

MRE Lite

Redcon1’s MRE spin-off MRE Lite, features a significantly lower amount of carbohydrates and is now almost here. To get everyone ready for the release the brand has passed on everything you need to know about the supplement including, macros, ingredients, and flavors.

What is it

As mentioned, Redcon1 MRE Lite is intended to be just like the original MRE, but without anywhere near as many carbohydrates. It is essentially a protein powder, however like MRE, it doesn’t use any of the more common protein sources such as whey or casein.

Ingredients

Regarding ingredients, MRE Lite features the same formula as MRE minus all of the carbohydrate sources. Its clean list of main ingredients includes a blend of beef isolate, salmon, chicken, egg, brown rice, and pea protein, along with coconut water and MCT oil.

MRE Lite

Nutrition profile

The macros making up each serving of Redcon1’s MRE Lite are 24g of protein, 4g of carbohydrates compared to MRE’s 75g, with 2g of that sugar. 2g of fat (less than 1g saturated), and a total of 134 calories.

Looking at everything for MRE Lite, the product is truly a one-of-a-kind protein powder, and unlike anything we’ve seen in the usually predictable category. Redcon1 did a great job with making the original MRE unique and has certainly repeated that for its spin-off.

Available soon

MRE Lite is due to launch soon through the brand’s online store at redcon1.com. It will be available in the one 30 serving tub size with three MRE original flavors to choose from in Blueberry Cobbler, Banana Nut Bread, and Dutch Apple Pie.

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