Meet the #1 protein shake specifically formulated by a doctor for pregnant and breastfeeding moms.
mPower is the quickest (and tastiest) way for mothers to get their protein & prenatal multi-vitamin requirement & control weight gain!
With This All In One Nutritional Shake To Support Your Hormones, Cravings, And Help Promote Your Appetite, The Quick & Easy Way!
mPower has the perfect ratio of protein to carbs to help mom get the right amount of protein for the increased demands from baby along with the perfect low amount of carbs to keep mom energized and crush cravings by controlling blood sugar.
mPower has medical grade prebiotics, probiotics and digestive enzymes which makes this incredibly easy to digest and good for the gut.
This medical grade, doctor formulated whey protein is also cold pressed and has no heavy metals in it.
While mPower is perfect for pregnant and breastfeeding moms, any woman can take it. The multi-vitamin in it and extra clean ingredients makes this not just a protein shake but a powerful supplement for any woman.
Best Tasting Protein Shake Ever!
I say shocking because I am not one to use protein powder. I can never find one that I like, and whey protein usually doesn’t agree with me. This protein is delicious!!! I use it in berry smoothies and also in my Greek yogurt as a sweetener. It’s my go to pregnancy craving and I love it!! 💗
MPower - Vanilla
This protein powder is the best one I’ve ever bought! I even use it in my morning oatmeal. It’s a great way to pack in healthy protein and help maintain weight!
During my first trimester, I didn't have a big appetite. So, the fact that I had to mix this with either a smoothie or milk to get my vitamins was hard, because I didn't have a taste for milk or smoothies, which made it a press to get this down. TASTE: the vanilla flavor is pretty good. To me, it has a slight after taste, but not bad. I think if I wasn't pregnant, I would enjoy this protein shake more. But given how pregnancy can make your taste buds change, I couldn't commit to always having a full glass of milk (taste horrible with water) or smoothies, which results in me not getting all my vitamin needs. Things may change once I get into my 2nd trimester. As of now, I don't really drink it. But, I think it's of decent quality for someone to try it out and see if they like it.