Formulated to include high quality whey protein. Additionally, all 8 essential amino acids, multiple fiber sources, digestive enzymes provide health benefits beyond that of regular protein supplementation. Instantized for easy mixing.

Nutritionists recommend 1.0 to 1.5 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight (one kilogram = 2.2 lbs.) daily.

Nutriex is an excellent source of protein and is low in calories (130 per serving.)
Nutriex Proteins combines 3 protein sources (whey, pea legume and soy) and is low in calories (140 per serving).

Nutriex Proteins allows you to obtain the proteins your body may need in addition to daily food intake. Protein intake should be balanced throughout the day. The chart below will help estimate your daily protein consumption in grams.

Hold Off Hunger........LONGER!

Eating foods high in sugars and starches may raise your blood sugar rapidly, triggering an insulin response which then lowers blood sugar rapidly. What happens? You get hungry….again.

*Sugar (glucose) is given an arbitrary value of 100 and other carbs are given a number relative to glucose. Full chart is available at:

Proteins provide energy with a longer “burn time” and do not trigger a similar insulin response as carbohydrates. Nutriex Protein users report a 2 hour longer period before hunger returns in comparison to a high carb breakfast.

Excellent Amino Acids Profile

Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Because the body cannot make them, the 8 essential amino acids must be obtained from food sources.

Nutriex Proteins combines highest grade whey protein with lesser amount of soy and pea proteins to optimize the delivery of essential amino acids.

Recommended Dietary Allowances

Persons Over 50 Need More Protein

Each day most people need about 1.0 gram protein per kilogram body weight (1 kg = 2.2 lbs.). Individuals in training may benefit by increasing protein to 1.5 grams proteins per kg daily. Importantly, older people need more protein. The following chart reveals your minimum daily allowance according to age:

Protein Energy Deficiency

Deficiency occurs when insufficient or poor quality proteins are consumed.

Signs and Symptoms
Muscle atrophy
Susceptibility to colds and flu
Post surgical infections
Apathy and indifference
Mental confusion & forgetfulness
Reduced appetite
Laboratory Measurements
Serum albumin (low)
Total lymphocyte count (low)
Serum cholesterol (abnormal)

"Go Anywhere Proteins"

Nutriex Proteins go well with many food types. Its natural taste mixes well into:

  • Milk
  • Juice
  • Smoothies
  • Sport Drinks
  • Waffles/Pancakes
  • Hot Cereal
  • Soups
  • Yogurt

Add to soups and sauces after they are thoroughly prepared
Nutriex. Proteins do not require a blender for proper mixing.