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Lean Machine - 330ml

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Standard: £4.95

The perfect post-workout shake, or for those monitoring calories. Our signature triple-release protein is mixed with organic whey and Madagascan vanilla and blended by hand with overnight oats, almond butter and bananas for a snack that won’t have you reaching for another right after.

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  • No artificial additives
  • GMO free
  • Soy free

Not only is Lean Machine lower in calories, but it is also the product with the highest protein content within the range, packed with 40g per portion.

This is useful for people who struggle to reach their protein requirements and is great used post-workout to restore muscles and keep DOMS at bay. The addition of oats, banana and roasted almonds contribute further to the nutrient provision.

It’s useful for those who want to provide their body with nourishment, but also want to be more conservative with their calories, for example, if your goals are to gain muscle and lose fat.

Ro Huntriss

Ro Huntriss

Clinical-lead Dietitian & Nutritionist

From my experience when people are focused on lean muscle growth or are looking to lose weight via restriction of calories they often miss out on essential nutrients, which hinders progress.

Lean Machine is made with signature triple release protein. You've got seven hours of protein and just the right amount of carbs to keep you going, essential fats and some added natural salt to balance electrolytes after training . This is exactly the right mix - and it tastes great.

Once again I highlight the importance of accessing the highest quality protein as a cornerstone of the recovery process. The quicker I recover the better I feel, allowing me to train harder the next day.

Mckenzi Sager

Fitness Expert

What's good about it?

Low Fat

40g Signature Triple-release Protein

Low Sugar

All natural. No compromise

What's in it?

Organic Whey Protein 

Overnight Oats

Almond Butter

Banana

What the science says

Protein is well-known for its ability to promote muscle protein synthesis1 but in addition to this, a high-protein diet can be very useful in weight management. A high-protein diet promotes satiety2 so can help to manage your hunger levels and prevent additional, unnecessary snacking.

The added salt and potassium from the banana can help to replenish electrolytes lost through sweat during a workout.



Learn more about our ingredients

Powered By: EXALT Organic Whey Blend


Our signature triple-release protein blend is flavoured with natural no-expense-spared luxurious ingredients such as Madagascan vanilla & organic raw Cacao from the Congo. We combine this with organic whey protein, free-range egg white and milk protein (Casein) from grass-fed cow’s milk.

We add a touch of ground dates, apple fruit powder, low-GI organic unrefined coconut blossom sugar and Stevia plant extract for a little sweetness.

Combined, these ingredients deliver a natural-tasting luxurious creamy vanilla / chocolate flavour.

This unique blend of protein provides all nine essential amino acids needed to contribute to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass. As well as keeping you fuller for longer with a sustained protein release over seven hours.


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*Our recipes are free from ingredients containing gluten and soy but there is still a small risk of cross contamination from one of our suppliers. Please see our FAQs for more details or contact us

The information above is a review of the literature to demonstrate potential health benefits of the ingredients within the products. We do not claim that our products or any ingredient within our products can treat, cure or prevent any health condition. Products should be consumed as part of a healthy diet. For individual advice about any health condition, please speak to your GP.

[1] Hoffman, JR. and Falvo, MJ. (2004). Protein – Which is Best? Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 3, pp. 119-130.
[2] Paddon-Jones, D., Westman, E., Mattes, R.D., Wolfe, R.R., Astrup, A. and Westerterp-Plantenga, M. (2008). Protein, weight management, and satiety, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 87(5), pp. 1558S–1561S.