MuscleSport Drops New Holiday-Inspired Protein Flavor: Xmas Cookie Shake

New MuscleSport Lean Whey Holiday Flavor: Xmas Cookie Shake

There’s a new reason to be joyful this season! Meet MuscleSport’s newest, holiday-inspired Lean Whey flavor: Xmas Cookie Shake. This new protein is sure to bring you all the holiday cheer, packed with flavor resembling black and white cream filled cookies and peppermint goodness, and it’s s̶n̶o̶w̶ joke. The protein itself is white with green and red flakes of edible holiday glitter to add to its appeal, and its packaging matches with peppermints, frosted cookies, hot cocoa, and ornaments galore. 

So what makes it special?

LeanWhey Revolution is engineered to help you recover from your workouts faster and more efficiently. MuscleSport’s Lean Whey has been dominating the protein scene for some time now with unique, gourmet flavors, and 25g of protein per serving. It’s made with high-quality whey protein isolate and peptides, keto friendly, and formulated for quick digestion and absorption. 

MuscleSport’s Lean Muscle formula separates itself from the competition with its 3 power ingredients: L-Carnitine Tartrate, Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs), and CLA, which work to simultaneously increase your metabolic rate and burn body fat.

Lean Muscle formula:

    • L-Carnitine Tartrate - helps break down body fats 
    • Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) - helps your body more efficiently utilize and dispose of body fat
    • CLA - activates mechanisms to thermogenesis and fat oxidation, and aids muscle development. 

Enough of the same old protein, it’s time to spruce things up! MuscleSport recommends taking 1 scoop of protein with 10-12oz of water or your beverage of choice, so have fun with this festive flavor and try it with your nightly hot cocoa or morning coffee. MuscleSport stays sleigh-in’ the protein game, and this new holiday-inspired Xmas Cookie Shake flavor is no different!

Shop MuscleSport’s Xmas Cookie Shake Lean Whey Protein here.


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