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Redcon1 MRE Powder Strawberry Shortcake -- 25 Servings


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Redcon1 MRE Powder Strawberry Shortcake -- 25 Servings

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Redcon1 MRE Powder Strawberry Shortcake Description

  • Real Whole Food
  • Meal Replacement Powder
  • Contains No Whey
  • Low Carbohydrate

The Objective:

The most important fuel you can give your body is real food, especially whole foods. To give your body the best fuel possible, we created M.R.E. In the military, MREs are rations to give the soldiers the nutrients they need to survive on a mission. With M.R.E. we have given you the fuel you need to repair and recover muscle tissue from the best possible whole foods sources. Stop reaching for fast food and reach for whole foods with M.R.E.

 

Fuel your body with MRE, commonly known in the Military as Meals Ready-to-Eat. M.R.E. are rations given to the soldiers to provide them with nutrients to keep running strong while out in the field.

 

The most important fuel you can give your body is real food, especially whole foods. MRE is made from natural ingredients and a real protein blend. Our formula contains absolutely no whey!

 

With MRE, we have given you the nutrients you need to repair and recover muscle tissue from the best possible whole foods sources. Stop reaching for fast foods and reach for whole foods with M.R.E.


Directions

MRE Suggested Use:

Take (1) serving mixed with 14-16 ounces of water or favorite beverage at least once per day. For maximum results, take (1) serving immediately post workout and (1) serving anytime throughout the day to add an additional meal.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 4 Scoops (130 g)
Servings per Container: 25
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories525
Calories from Fat35
Total Fat4 g6%
   Saturated Fat Less than1 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium200 mg8%
Potassium250 mg7%
Total Carbohydrate75 g25%
   Dietary Fiber8 g32%
   Sugar5 g
Protein47 g84%
Other Ingredients: Rolled oats, protein blend [beef protein isolate (bovine), salmon protein (fish), chicken protein, egg albumin (egg), brown rice protein, and pea protein], dehydrated yam, dehydrated sweet potato, pea starch, coconut water powder (coconut), dehydrated blueberry fruit, dehydrated goji fruit, maltodextrin, dextrose, MCT oil, natural and artificial flavors, cellulose gum, sucralose, acesulfame-k.

Contains: eggs, fish (salmon), coconut.
Allergen Information: Manufactured on shared equipment which processes products containing milk, egg, soybeans, wheat, shellfish, fish, tree nuts flavor and peanuts flavor.

Warnings

This product is intended to be consumed by healthy adults 18 years of age or older. Before using this product, seek advice from your pharmacist or physician. Avoid using this product if you have any pre-existing medical condition including but not limited to: high or low blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia, stroke, heart, liver or kidney disease, seizure disorder, thyroid disease, psychiatric disease, diabetes, difficulty urinating due to prostate enlargement or if you are taking MAO Inhibitor or any other medication or supplements. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing, prone to dehydration or exposed to excessive heat. Discontinue use and consult your healthcare professional.

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Get Fit with Kickboxing: A How-To Guide for Beginners

Finding new forms of exercise is an excellent way to stay healthy, try new things and, most importantly, to have fun! If you have yet to give kickboxing a go, you might want to check it out. Not only will kickboxing add variety to your routine, but it also offers a ton of benefits. Find out what they are -- and what you need to do to get started -- in this guide. 

Fit Woman in Workout Clothing and Boxing Gloves Experiencing Kickboxing Benefits in Modern Warehouse-Like Gym Setting | Vitacost.com/blog

What is kickboxing?

Kickboxing is a form of martial arts. It features a combination of karate moves and high-intensity cardio moves for the ultimate workout experience. It’s called kickboxing, but you’ll use both your hands and legs, as well as other parts of your body, for an intense full-body workout.

Boxing gloves are worn so that you’re protected when you punch, hook and jab. If you want added protection, hand wraps can be used. Many people also choose to wear a mouth guard while kickboxing.

Kickboxing benefits

Whether you're trying to lose weight, stay in shape or build muscle, kickboxing is ideal. It's great cardio exercise. It's great for building overall strength (especially in your core). It also helps to increase flexibility and improve balance and coordination.

According to a Harvard Health Letter article, kickboxing additionally improves certain brain functions, such as eye-hand coordination. It also can help you feel more attentive and alert in your daily life.

As with other forms of exercise, if you kickbox regularly, you may even experienced reduced stress. Boosted confidence is another bonus many people enjoy. 

How to get started

As a beginner, it's a good idea to get some professional guidance as you explore kickboxing. Consider enrolling in a group class at a gym or fitness studio for starters. Prefer to exercise alone? Try to find a gym that offers one-on-one training sessions.

Of course, you can learn the basics at home by watching kickboxing instructional videos online. The most important thing is to get some education and training before diving into it.

If you do injure yourself or feel off after a workout, consult with your coach or a medical professional. Muscle soreness is not uncommon. If you feel a lot of discomfort, try taking an Epsom salt bath or applying some homeopathic arnica pain relief cream. Stretching with a foam roller also provides relief.

Don't forget to hydrate -- before, during and after your kickboxing workouts! 

Mistakes to avoid

Knowing what mistakes to avoid can help you keep safe and will make the exercise more enjoyable for you. Here are a few things to watch out for: 

Rushing: You should never rush into a kickboxing workout. Take your time and learn the moves before getting started. This will help you to avoid injury, and you’ll get better results.

Forgetting to warm up: Always take plenty of time to warm up and stretch before your kickboxing workout. This will warm up your muscles and get you ready for intense exercise. When you get forget to warm up, it’s easier to pull a muscle or have pain and discomfort throughout your workout.

Not paying attention to form or proper kickboxing moves: It’s essential that you fully understand the movements and have proper form and positioning before beginning. It can be easy to injure your leg, for example, if you’re not kicking the right way. As you continue to train, your form and moves will only get better.

Ignoring your fitness level and doing too much: It’s best to be honest about where your current fitness level stands. It’s OK to be a beginner! When you work out too much or too intensely, it can have a negative impact on your health. Listen to your body as you explore this workout.

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