Protein Drink Mix (PDM)can be consumed in 2 delicious ways. Prepare it as a tasty, calorie controlled high protein snack, or add it to your favourite Formula 1 shake, for an indulgent, rich, creamy drink. Until the introduction of PDM, Herbalife Formula 1 could be mixed with all types of milk (semi skimmed, soy, almond and rice), juices and juice/soy milk combos. Now F1 can also be mixed with water using the Herbalife Protein Drink Mix. Contains essential nutrients to help satisfy hunger and give you lasting energy. A light vanilla flavour which is versatile and can be mixed with all the Formula 1 Flavours.
High in protein, low in carbs
Get a protein boost with 15 grams of heart healthy soy protein
Only 7 grams of carbs per serving
Packed with 20 vitamins and minerals.
Supports weight loss
Only 108 calories per serving.
Get more protein than mixing the shake in milk
Save some trips to the shops for milk
Doesn’t need additional refrigeration
Here are some options:
Two scoops with 8 fl. oz ( 250ml). of cold water = 15g of protein.( 108 calories)
Two scoops with 8 fl. oz ( 250ml). of cold water = 15g of protein + 1/4 cup of fresh or frozen raspberries. (123 calories)
Two scoops of Formula 1 and 1 scoop of Protein Drink Mix in water = 16.5 g of protein (153 calories)
Two scoops of Formula 1 and 2 scoops of Protein Drink Mix in water = 24 g of protein. (207 calories)
Two scoops of Formula 1 and 1 scoop of Protein Drink Mix in water + half a banana and 1/4 cup of blueberries = 16.5 g of protein (231 calories)
Two scoops of Mint Chocolate Formula 1 plus two scoops of Protein Drink Mix(PDM)
2 scoops of Vanilla or Strawberry Formula 1
1-2 scoops of Vanilla PDM
250 ml of water
4 ice cubes( you don’t need if using frozen fruit)
½ of Banana
¼ cup fresh or frozen Blueberries/Strawberries
Add all ingredients and blend thoroughly until the ice cubes are completely crushed, at least 45 seconds. Top up with water to find the consistency perfect for you.
Think Plant Protein!
Some protein sources do contain a higher amount of calories than others; it’s worth knowing which ones to choose. Protein that comes from animal products such as meat, dairy and eggs provide all eight essential amino acids that the body needs, but they come with a higher-calorie, fat and cholesterol count than other sources. Eating these food-groups in moderation is great, but there is also the option of plant based protein to choose from that are just as beneficial.
Plant proteins are:
1. Low in saturated fat
3. Easy to digest
Protein rich foods keep you fuller for longer. Think in terms of both plant based protein as well as animal protein. Aim for min of 15g protein per meal, usually higher with the main meal. PDM will help you achieve your recommended daily protein intake.
The difference between PDM and F3 is that PDM is used as a base for a shake, much like you could use milk or juice and F3 is used to help hit a persons protein target and curb hunger.
The benefit of PDM compared to other bases is that it’s lower in calories and carbs but proportionally higher in protein and contains vitamins and minerals. Also it is mixed with water which is available pretty much anywhere. (PDM can also be used as a snack).
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