1. Caroline Sanchez


    I just ordered the fit girl essential pack that includes protein shake, BCAA, president workout, and creatine. Can you please help me create an ideal scenario for using them efficiently and the best way to get results? Can I mix them together, like the BCAA with pre workout or protein shake? I’m not good at consuming things especially through supplements like these, so I need to figure out how to manage that. I have a sensitivity to taste even if they are masked with flavor, so the faster I can consume them the better. Also, how often, if everyday how many times? Do you have to sip these drinks throughout or can you just gulp it down at the moment?

      1. Devin Olsen

        Hi Caroline-good question! The pre-workout is, of course, meant to be taken just before your workout, while the protein is best for right after your workout when it can feed your hungry muscles. The BCAAs and the creatine, however, can be taken anytime you like 🙂 you can take either of them before, during, or after your workout! Whenever’s best for you is a fine time to use them.

  2. Tiffany

    Love the taste of all your products, but I always have residue at the bottom when I drink the BCAA no matter how much I shake it. Is that normal?

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      It’s totally normal to have some residue in the bottom. If you feel like you have a lot, I would suggest taking the scoop out of the container and shaking it up a bit. Sometimes the ingredients will separate during shipping. Shaking it helps to re-mix everything together.

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      IdealLean Protein isn’t usually enough to replace a meal. It depends on your goals and nutrition needs though.

  3. Maria

    Are your protein shakes free of artificial hormones including rBST & rBGHT? Are they fillers free?

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      Yes, IdealLean Protein is tested gluten free and is lactose free as well.

        1. Kirsten Jackson

          Yes it is! But 100 % pure whey protein isolate (the protein we use in IdealLean Protein) doesn’t contain lactose, it just contains the protein from the milk.

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