Recharge - Whey - Single Box
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Recharge Whey Protein

+ Blend of Organic Superfoods

Hormone, Antibiotic and rBGH Free

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  • Regenerative Nutritional Shake / Meal Supplement
  • Satisfies hunger. Easy to digest
  • Supports weight and fitness goals
  • Phytonutrients & antioxidants strengthen cellular function
  • Supports healthy energy levels, fights fatigue
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Builds lean muscle mass, aids post workout recovery
  • May reduce inflammation & moderate blood sugar levels
  • Easy way to get high quality protein and greens into your diet


Recharge combines non-denatured whey protein from grass fed cows with nutrient-dense, organic fruit and vegetables for a biologically active boost to the energy and immunity of every cell in the body. Ideal for use as a daily shake once you have finished the Cleanse detox. To vary your source of protein, alternate with Sustain.


100% non-denaured whey protein from grass fed cows.Non-GMO. Organic greens and veggies
Organic red and blue berries
Oganic Spirulina
Chlorella Micro-Algae
Alkalizing grass juices
Prebiotics for digestive health
Digestive enzymes to boost nutrient absorbtion

Formulated to exclude wheat, gluten, eggs, soy, corn protein, aspartame, MSG, artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners or preservatives.
Manufactured in an NSF audited GMP certified facility.
Made in the US.


Product Size: 14 Single Serving Packets Packet Size: 34 g Protein Per Serving: 21 g Calories Per Serving: 130


Blend one packet into a smoothie or mix with 8–12 oz. water, coconut water or non-dairy milk (almond, hemp, rice or coconut).

What makes it special

Unlike many commercially available products, this non-denatured whey provides for elevated levels of bioactivity. The milk used comes from cows that graze on pesticide and chemical-free natural grass pastures. The cows are never fed grain or subjected to any growth hormone treatment, chemicals, antibiotics, genetically modified organisms or injected pathogens. Their milk contains a healthy balance of essential fatty acids with elevated levels of CLA and is rBGH Free.

In addition to providing significant amounts of Glutamine – known for its muscle building, gut healing and immune boosting properties – it provides the key regenerative protein components: lactoferrin, immunoglobulins, serum albumin, active peptides, glycomacropeptides and growth factors.

The result is a full range, active protein that naturally contains exceptional levels of cysteine, the critical precursor for the production of glutathione, the body’s master antioxidant.

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Supplement Facts


Safe and recommended for pregnant and lactating women.

The product is intended for use as a dietary supplement in non-hot beverages. Use in hot beverages over 90 degrees will destroy some of the fragile immunity boosting nutrients.

Directions: Blend one packet into a delicious smoothie or mix with 8–12 oz. water, coconut water or dairy-free milk (almond, hemp or rice). Adjust the amount and kind of liquid to your taste.

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What is in the Recharge shakes?

The Recharge shakes include a greens powder and whey protein powder. The greens powder has phytonutrients from organic fruits and vegetables and the whey powder is from grass-fed cows.

How should I prepare my Recharge shakes?

You can make your shakes with water, a cup of almond milk, or you can make a delicious smoothie using the recipes here.

Why do you use whey protein in the Recharge shakes?

Whey is an easy-to-digest protein that contains all the essential amino acids. Especially important is the amino acid cysteine, which is a precursor to glutathione, which decreases as you age. Glutathione is essential in your body’s detoxification process, boosts the immune system, and is one of the most important antioxidants in the body. The whey protein in the Recharge shakes comes from cows that grazed on pesticide- and chemical-free grass and were never fed grain or given growth hormones, chemicals or antibiotics.

Although whey comes from dairy, most people, even those who are sensitive to dairy, tolerate it well. Occasionally I have seen people get gas and bloating from whey. If this happens, you can switch to the dairy-free Sustain shakes.

Are the Recharge shakes gluten-free?

Yes, the shakes are gluten-free.

Are the Recharge shakes safe during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

Yes, the shakes are fine to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Are the shakes appropriate for children?

The Recharge shakes are a wonderful way to start the day for children. Full of top quality protein and phytonutrients which can be added to a smoothie, children love our Recharge shakes. With the addition of good fats like avocado, coconut oil, nut milks or ground flax seed, this is so much better than starting the day with sugary cereals.

Can I travel?

Absolutely! The packets can go with you wherever you go, just take along your blender bottle.

How long can I keep having the Recharge shakes?

You can use the Recharge shakes for the long-term. The shakes are a great way to super-charge your day. If you work out, they make a great pre-or post-workout drink.

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