Our Move Me Post-Workout Recovery Duo includes:
- Move Me
- Pea Protein Powder (500g)
Move Me synergistically combines fast-acting Boswellia, antioxidant rich AbsoCurcumin® Turmeric and scientifically researched NZ Greenshell™ Mussel. Sourced naturally and rich in omega-3, lipids, proteins and minerals, bioactive NZ Greenshell™ Mussel provides advanced support for healthy cartilage, joint mobility and comfort in as little as 7 days to keep you moving at all ages.
Providing you with a burst of clean energy, our Pea Protein Powders are versatile and available in three delicious flavours: Vanilla, Salted Caramel, and Chocolate. You can count on these vegan-friendly, gluten-free protein powders to satisfy and fuel your body.
Take 2 capsules daily with food or as professionally advised. Best taken in the morning.
You can safely increase this to 4 capsules daily with food as an acute dose, or as professionally advised.
Allergens: Contains shellfish.
Consult your healthcare professional before use if pregnant, breastfeeding or on blood thinning medication.
Always read the label and use as directed.
If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.
Pea Protein Powder
Blend two rounded tablespoons (approx. 25g) as required into 250ml or more, of water, milk, or your favorite smoothie. To ensure your protein is silky smooth we recommend you use a blender or shaker to combine.
Depending on physical activity, gender, age or pregnancy, you may require more than the suggested 25g serve.
Our Move Me cardboard box, glass jar and plastic lid are fully recyclable through community recycling programmes.
Our recycled paper cardboard tubs are printed with vegetable-based ink and contain a food-grade aluminium foil lining. Due to the mixed material of fibre and foil, these plastic-free tubs need to be disassembled in order to be recyclable.
Please separate the components by removing the top and cutting the canister lengthwise. Peel the inner foil lining away from the cardboard, and dispose of the lining in the rubbish. You can put the cardboard in your neighbourhood recycling containers, or tear up the cardboard and put it in your household compost bin. Read about the pros and cons of packaging here.