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Mutant’s carefully crafted meal replacement Flex Food launches in bags and sachets

Mutant Flex Food

Following its preview of the balanced, nutritious, whole-food-based supplement at this year’s Arnold Expo in Columbus, a couple of months ago, Mutant has officially launched its all-new meal replacement Flex Food. The legacy brand carefully crafted this product with a strong 46 different real food ingredients, creating what is intended to be the ideal meal being more than just a great source of nutrition.

Mutant’s Flex Food packs 25g of protein per serving from a blend of micellar casein, three types of whey in isolate, hydrolysate and concentrate, pea protein, and pumpkin seed protein. The carbohydrates sit at 12g per serving, so about half of the protein, and that is from pea starch, sweet potato, and quinoa. The brand has kept the fats reasonably light at 3g, rounding out with a calorie count of 170.

Mutant Flex Food Label

To make Flex Food even more of a comprehensive meal replacement, Mutant has also included superfoods for general health and wellness, Aquamin marine-sourced minerals, prebiotic fiber and probiotics to improve gut health, and digestive enzymes for better digestion. Again, the goal of Flex Food is to be an ideal meal replacement for bodybuilders, athletes, and fitness enthusiasts, designed from the ground up to cover all of the bases and give you everything you need.

Mutant’s Flex Food has launched this week in two traditional flavors in, Chocolate Brownie and Vanilla Cupcake, and it comes in bulk bags of 20 servings at $39.99 or a box of six individually packaged servings at $18.99. It is a nutrition supplement, and you can scale the servings if your diet demands more; for example, two servings would get you to 50g of protein with 24g of carbohydrates, 6g of fat, and 340 calories.