If pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription drugs, consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use.
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† Based on 2000 calorie diet.
Whey proteins are high quality and nutritious dairy proteins. Milk contains two primary proteins: casein and whey protein. When cheese is produced the liquid whey separates from the 'curd' or casein. The whey proteins are then separated from the liquid whey and purified to various concentrations of whey protein.
The whey protein concentrate provides a minimal amount of dairy products, namely, lactose and casein. It contains a maximum of 7% lactose and 15% casein. This calculates to a maximum of 0.6 grams of lactose and approximately 0.9 grams of casein per serving of Fatigued to Fantastic! Energy Revitalization System. For comparison purposes, there are 10 to 16 grams of lactose in an 8-oz glass of milk.
Due to the extremely small amount of lactose and casein in Fatigued to Fantastic! Energy Revitalization System, dairy allergies should not be aggrevated in the majority of individuals. However, those who are sensitive to even the smallest amount of dairy protein should not use this product.
This product includes over 50 vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients. Many people choose to use it in place of a traditional daily multivitamin – especially those who find a drink mix easier to take than large tablets or capsules. However, you may want to consider adding a calcium supplement.
Can Fatigued to Fantastic! Energy Revitalization System be used as a daily multivitamin?