BOOST® High Protein Drink
Complete Nutritional Drink with 15 g High-Quality Protein to Help Maintain Muscle
Protein is a building block of muscle, and is necessary to build and repair tissue. BOOST High Protein Drink—with its delicious new taste—is a great source of protein. It provides more than 25% of the daily value for protein in one 8 fl oz serving to help you be your best and keep pace with your busy life.
BOOST High Protein Drink comes in 3 delightful flavors —Very Vanilla, Rich Chocolate, and Creamy Strawberry. All flavors of BOOST High Protein Drink are now backed by our money-back Great Taste Guarantee.* That’s how sure we are you’ll love our delicious taste. To find out more, click here.
Some of the benefits of an 8 fl oz serving of BOOST High Protein Drink are:
Full Nutritional Information
|15 g High-Quality Protein
||To help maintain muscle
|21 Vitamins and Minerals
||To help meet your daily nutritional needs
|Calcium and Vitamin D
||To help support bone health
|Antioxidants (Selenium, Vitamins C, E, and beta-carotene)
|Low in Saturated Fat
||With 6 g of total fat, just 2 g saturated fat, and 10 mg cholesterol per serving
||Suitable for people with gluten sensitivity or celiac disease
|Suitable for Lactose Intolerance**
BOOST® Nutritional Drinks can be used as an ingredient in healthy recipes for snacks, smoothies, and more. Try these delicious recipes.
BOOST® Mango Tango
Number of Servings: 1
Calories per Serving: 260
BOOST® Baked Cinnamon Apple French Toast
Number of Servings: 4
Calories per Serving: 440
BOOST® Orange Pineapple Cake
Number of Servings: 12
Calories per Serving: 310
BOOST® High Protein Complete Nutritional Drinks help provide the nutrition you need for active days. Read more about the many benefits of BOOST.
*Offer only applies to the purchase of one (1) BOOST® Original or High Protein Complete Nutritional Drink 6 pack (chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry flavors) made between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013. LIMIT ONE REFUND PER NAME, ADDRESS OR HOUSEHOLD.
**Not for individuals with galactosemia
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