Protein Energizer Acai Berry Blast is a nonprescription protein and energy support product manufactured by a company called Rainbow’s Light. This product is meant to be great tasting while producing the boost that is needed by many athletes and bodybuilders.
This product is consumed in the form of a shake and provides a low-fat, low-carb, high-protein boost. Each serving contains 14 grams of brown rice protein in combination with botanicals, superfoods and fiber. It also includes enzymes that are known to support proper digestion, in order to boost energy levels and enhance stamina.
The Protein Energizer Acai Berry Blast is completely natural and does not contain artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, sweeteners or other additives. It is also sugar free, gluten free, lactose free and the official website for this product says it is a good choice for people who have concerns regarding allergies.
This product does not contain any of the most common allergens, which include milk, eggs, soy, yeast, fish, nuts and shellfish. It is vegan, vegetarian and animal product free, guaranteed.
To prepare this product, it is mixed into the user’s favorite beverage. At the time of the writing of this review, the ingredients include: Guar Gum, Açai Juice Powder, Beet Powder, Xanthan Gum, Elderberry Fruit Powder, Kale, Spinach, Dandelion Greens, Beet Juice, Eleuthero [root] 15:1 Extract, American Ginseng [root] 1.5:1 Extract, Rhodiola [root] 2:1 Extract, Ashwagandha [root] 2:1 Extract, Eleuthero [root] Powder, Rehmannia [root], Bromelain, Protease, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Ginger [rhizome], Citrus [peel], Rosemary [leaf] Essential Oil, and Stevia [leaf] extract.
This product does provide a boost of protein that can be very important to proper muscle health, growth and maintenance. It can also be helpful in satisfying the hunger that can rapidly form after a workout.
Still, it’s clear that this product attempted to go beyond being a basic protein shake with the addition of some other ingredients such as superfoods and digestive enzymes. Whether or not they would actually make a difference to the individual user’s health, results and overall wellness is not entirely clear. The official website did not cite any studies published in medical journals that could be consulted.
Therefore, the consumer is left with the option of either doing his or her own homework or blindly believing the product’s marketing page online.
For that reason, it’s a good idea to speak with a doctor before starting the use or consumption of this product.