As a registered dietitian, I work with a wide variety of clients. Some clients have medical conditions that have specific nutrition requirements, some are athletes who have increased protein needs, while others simply want to focus on healthy eating habits.
Proteinex is a high-quality, easy to consume protein that is suitable for anyone. Whether you have a medical condition that increases your protein needs (dialysis, bariatric surgery, diabetes), or you’re someone who doesn’t get enough protein in your diet, Proteinex is right for you. It’s also an excellent option to supplement protein intake for older individuals who don’t eat much.
Proteinex is hydrolyzed, meaning it’s broken down to its simplest form, which makes it easy to digest, even for those who have problems with nutrient absorption. It’s also free from common allergens such as soy, gluten, dairy, nuts, shellfish, and eggs. It’s safe for almost everyone, and it’s keto and paleo friendly if that’s important to you.
Each serving of Proteinex contains 18 grams of collagen protein, 72 calories, and zero sugar, carbs or fat. Every ingredient in Proteinex serves a purpose, so you’re only getting what your body needs. It comes in a liquid form that makes it easy to drink by itself or added to your favorite beverage. You can choose unflavored and add it to smoothies, coffee, and juice, or you can choose from one of the many other delicious flavors.
I recommend Proteinex highly to any of my clients who are looking to add more protein to their diet. For my athletes and clients who are always on-the-go, I recommend Proteinex 2GO, a premixed drink that packs 26 grams of hydrolyzed collagen protein and no fillers. It’s perfect for after a workout or as an afternoon pick-me-up. If you’re someone who typically eats a carb heavy breakfast with little protein, Proteinex is a great way to add some balance with your breakfast, too.
Kristen Carli has always had a passion for nutrition, which culminated in 2018 when she graduated with honors from Arizona State University with her degree in nutrition and dietetics. After completing her clinical training and board exam, she earned the credential of registered dietitian and promptly started her business, Camelback Nutrition and Wellness, a private nutrition practice specializing in chronic disease prevention and management. She uses her expertise to help her clients achieve their nutritional goals and build good food habits that can last a lifetime. As part of her business, she has consulted with many major brands, food startups, and has been featured in several top-tier publications sharing her unique insight on nutrition and the culinary world.