Whey Protein • Vanilla
Whey Protein • Vanilla Supplement Facts

Whey Protein

From Grass-fed Cows

Hormone, Antibiotic and rBGH Free.
30 Servings

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  • Satisfies hunger. Easy to digest
  • Supports weight and fitness goals
  • 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 into your diet


This state of the art complete protein provides the full range of Amino Acids – the essential building blocks of cellular life. Made with a proprietary filtration and drying process to maintain the fragile immune-boosting and regenerative components naturally present in fresh raw milk. Especially good for those feeling exhausted and depleted.


100% non-denaured whey protein from grass fed cows.Non-GMO.

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: 900 grams
Servings Per Container: 30 servings
Protein Per Serving: 21 grams
Calories Per Serving: 120

When to take it

Take it for breakfast to feel more energized and satisfied throughout the morning.
Swap out unhealthy junk foods with a smoothie any time you need a meal-on-the-run, a snack or a pick-me-up.
Perfect for the whole family. Great after school snack for kids.
Ideal for use as a daily shake once you have finished the Cleanse detox.
To vary your source of protein, alternate with Sustain.


Blend one scoop into a delicious smoothie or mix with 8–12 oz. water, coconut water or dairy-free milk (almond, hemp or rice).
Try out some different combinations, simply adjust to your taste.

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.

Store in a cool, dry, dark place. Keep out of the reach of children. Naturally occurring
color, taste and density may vary between lots.

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5 Reviews

* Results May Vary

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Linda March 20, 2017
have found the BEST G.F. Whey protein pwd.
I LOVE the Whey Protein Powder...I never put it in the blender...i put it in a hand shaker with a mixing ball...with my green powder and collagen..
Rosanna December 30, 2016
I make a whey protein shake every morning for my husband and me. I use 1 cup of filtered water or coconut water, a small handful of almonds, 1 cup of fruit, a banana or half an avocado, and 1 tbsp greens powder. We love it and we have a lot of energy in the morning now that we have given up coffee. I love the taste of the vanilla. If you put more fruit in or a banana it won't be foamy at all--it will be thick and creamy.
MJ December 2, 2015
Very foamy
I thought the Cleanse shakes were so wonderful but I wanted to be more economical and buy a large container instead of individual packages but now I wish I had purchased the Cleanse Shakes. They are delicious and the Whey Protein is just so so.
Lynda October 28, 2015
The best tasting protein powder on the market! Every morning I mix 1 scoop with a frozen banana & 1/2 cup of blueberries (organic & frozen) I also add E3Live along with a tbl of Dr Lipman's Fiber. Then I top it all off with Coconut Milk. Turn on the Vitamix and blend, pour it out and sprinkle organic nutmeg. Tastes Delish and gives me energy with clarity. Thank you Dr for sharing the love...
T G October 22, 2015
Very foamy in smoothies
I mix one scoop of BE WELL Whey Protein Vanilla in the VitaMix with one cup of water, one tablespoon Greens Powder and a handful of frozen blueberries. It tastes ok (not too sweet or chalky) but it becomes VERY FOAMY even on the lowest speed. As in, MOSTLY FOAM.
It seems to keep me from getting hungry til lunch time and keeps my energy level up so I gave it 4 stars, but the foam is a problem

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