Plenny Shake active gives you optimized science-based nutrition with zero effort. An affordable and nutritionally complete meal that can be prepared in under a minute. It saves you time and effort so that you can focus on the task at hand.
Take it before, during or after exercise. Plenny Shake Sport supports your energy level, stimulates muscle growth, and helps with the recovery of your muscles after physical exercise.
Balanced nutrition is essential for an active lifestyle
Consuming a proper amount of carbs, protein, and fats after exercise is essential. It will stimulate muscle protein synthesis, improve recovery and enhance performance during your next workout.
- Science-based nutrition
- Plant-based nutrition (100% vegan)
- Free shaker and scoop with your first order
packaging label with nutrition and ingredient information (pdf)
It's basically Plenny Shake with extra calories (mostly protein) and supplements (creatine & beta-alanine). We also replaced part of the Maltodextrin with Isomaltulose.
Yep! When we reformulated we went for an all plant-based product.
The Plenny Shake Active has a high sugar content because we add Isomaltulose. This ingredient ,just like table sugar, consist of glucose and fructose, but has a different bond that connects these two sugars. Because of this bond the Isomaltulose is more slowly released in the body and thus providing energy gradually, perfect for when you're working-out!
At the moment we only have the banana flavour available, but we're planning on expanding the flavour varieties in the near future!
One serving (129gr) equals 500kcal. One bag contains five servings or 2500kcal.
One bag of Plenny Shake Active contains 4 grams of creatine and 6.5 grams of Beta Alanine!
Depending on how much you consume, Plenny Shake will satisfy your hunger for about 3-4 hours.
Beta-alanine improves athletic performance. It can reduce fatigue, increase endurance and boost performance in high-intensity exercises.
Creatine is a substance that is found naturally in muscle cells. It helps your muscles produce energy during heavy lifting or high-intensity exercise