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  • Delivers 21 grams of protein per serving
  • rBGH free*
  • Promotes healthy muscle growth and muscle retention
  • Provides a diversified blend of amino acids
  • Helps reduce occasional muscle fatigue
  • Helps promote optimal body composition
  • Made with Stevia
  • No artificial colors, sweeteners or preservatives
  • Convenient, single-serving packets
  • May help retain muscle mass in older individuals
  • May help support normal muscle protein synthesis in older individuals
  • May help promote normal muscle repair and recovery after exercise

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TLS Whey Protein Shakes

Protein is a necessary nutrient for health, fitness and weight management. If your protein shake doesn't measure up, then it's time to give TLS Whey Protein Shakes a try.

TLS Whey Protein Shakes are a perfect complement to help you manage your weight, helping you to retain muscle. When used before or after a workout, TLS Whey Protein Shakes supply the key nutrient that primes muscles for maximum recovery and results in convenient, single-serving packets.

In everyday living, a diet that incorporates quality sources of protein is ideal for supporting lean muscle retention and optimal body composition. TLS Whey Protein Shakes are free of artificial sweeteners and colors, and are sourced from milk produced by rBGH-free cattle*, providing one of the best whey protein formulas in two great-tasting flavors.

Whatever your reason for boosting protein intake, TLS Whey Protein Shakes give you what you need to succeed!

* According to the FDA, no significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBGH-treated cows and non-rBGH-treated cows.

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

With an rBGH free formula that contains minimal carbohydrates and fat, TLS® Whey Protein is fast-absorbing, providing your muscles with everything they need and nothing they don’t. As an added bonus, TLS Whey Protein is naturally sweetened with Stevia® and comes in convenient single-serving packets that make it easier for you to enjoy extra protein anytime, anywhere. Whatever your reasons for boosting your protein intake, TLS Whey Protein gives you what you need to succeed.

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on 08/21/2015

This is good when I travel. I have my isotonix blender and my protein packs all I need is to mix water or milk in and I am all set. It is so convenient even the blender. All you do is shake it up and its ready.

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on 05/18/2015

I'm very picky about what kind of protein I take to keep athletic performance up and physique in shape. This is my favorite because it's so clean being hormone free and no artificial flavors and it has all the BCAAs. Perfect fuel for post workout to keep the muscles fed while keeping the fat down! I've also used for baking to add extra protein to treats and it tastes great!

TLS Shakes

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on 09/24/2014

The vanilla shake is amazing. I love the taste and how it can really help with my appetite. I usually mix it with fruit - like a banana, strawberries and honeydew melon is my favorite. It hydrates me all day!

Delicious shakes!

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on 08/31/2014

Great in shakes! Add banana, ice and milk to these shakes and they become the best part of the day! Cannot go a week without having one!

Great Post Work out Protein

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on 08/26/2014

My morning routine includes a steep terrain hike, followed by a protein shake... This is an excellent post work out option. It mixes easily, tastes good and has the proper balance of BCAAs. A Clean and lean muscle building meal.


Whey Protein (21 grams per serving) Whey protein is a naturally complete protein, meaning that it contains all of the essential amino acids required in the daily diet, and it has the ideal combination of amino acids to support both optimal body composition and athletic performance. Comparative studies indicate that whey protein may be a superior choice for weight loss over other protein sources due its positive effects on the appetite-regulating hormone known as ghrelin. Whey protein is also an excellent source of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs). These basic building blocks, including leucine, isoleucine and valine, are particularly conductive to muscle growth and retention, as they promote healthy protein synthesis in human muscle.*


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Who should use TLS Whey Protein Shakes? Adults interested in promoting muscle strength and retention with a well-balanced, high-quality protein source, as well as those interested in boosting their overall protein intake without too many extra calories.*

How do TLS Whey Protein Shakes assist in weight loss? TLS Whey Protein Shakes assist in weight loss by providing a low-fat source of quality protein — the key nutrient for supporting the retention of lean muscle tissue during weight loss, which can help support optimal body composition.*

What is the difference between TLS Whey Protein Shakes and TLS Nutrition Shakes? While both products offer a source of quality protein, the benefits offered by TLS Whey Protein Shakes — low fat along with fast absorption — are well-suited for use in the times surrounding exercise, while also providing an easy means to boost protein intake whenever needed.*

On the other hand, TLS Nutrition Shakes, with their more balanced ratio of protein to carbohydrates, are intended as a satisfying between-meal snack and a healthy alternative to desserts and fast food. Both products provide an ideal solution for each situation.*

What do TLS Whey Protein Shakes taste like? TLS Whey Protein Shakes are sweetened with naturally-sourced Stevia, providing a mildly sweet, light and creamy shake which tastes great all on its own. Those looking for more variety in flavors are encouraged to try mixing TLS Whey Protein Shakes with whatever ingredients they like — fruit, yogurt and peanut or almond butter are all popular choices, and the list goes on.

Do I have to exercise to see results? As with most weight loss supplements, this product is designed to be taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise. The steady loss of body fat combined with a steady increase in muscle tissue, achieved through proper nutrition and exercise, is the proven method for achieving weight loss and fitness goals.

Which other products are best combined with TLS Whey Protein Shakes? In addition to being compatible with the entire TLS product line, TLS Whey Protein Shakes can be used in combination with any other supplement, so it is ultimately a matter of your nutritional goals. Interest in healthy muscle retention and anti-aging might mean combining this product with Ultra Prime™ Secretagogue HGH Enhancer or Prime™ Ultimate Longevity Formula by Isotonix. Those seeking support for cardiovascular health may wish to combine this product with Heart Health™ Essential Omega III Fish Oil with Vitamin E, while people seeking antioxidant protection may wish to use TLS Whey Protein Shakes along with Isotonix OPC-3®.*