Nutrisport MRP 60:30 is designed as a meal replacement shake, each serving containing 60% protein and 30% carbohydrates (48g & 24g, respectively). The protein is provided by faster absorbing whey proteins as well as slower digesting casein protein, allowing for a more sustained release of amino acids. The carbohydrate comes in the form of whole grain barley, a low GI source of carbohydrates. While vegetable and fruit are the best sources of carbohydrate, compared to most mass gain and meal replacement shakes, low GI barley is a very good sources.
Considering each serving only has a moderate amount of carbohydrate (24g) and it is low GI, the resulting insulin response should not be too high, making this ideal to be taken as a snack/meal. This is especially ideal for those on more moderate carbohydrate diets but don’t have to time to always cook meat and vegetable based meals throughout the day. Unfortunately MRP 60:30 only provides 3.6g of fat per 100g serving, which is not great considering a normal healthy meal would ideally get 25-30% of its calories from good sources of fat. For this shake to do that it would have to contain 7-10g of good fats. While the fat content is not ideal, this supplement is a lot better than many of its competitors, which usually also contain hardly any fats as well as providing mostly high GI sugary carbohydrates.
Flavours: chocolate malt, banana and malt
Sizes: 1kg (2.2lb), 2.5kg (5.51lb)
- Provides good amounts of carbohydrate and protein, suitable for those who eat a more carbohydrate moderate diet, which is a common diet used for getting lean.
- Provides whey and casein protein for faster and slower digestion of amino acids and low GI whole grain barley carbohydrate, a good source for snacks/meal replacement.
- The only negative is the small amount of fat, which could be higher to be a truly effective meal replacement.
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How to use
per serving (100g):