Power Pops Protein Puffs - Product Review

Power Pops are a great snack for right after an intents training session. These little puffs pack quiet a lot of punch to them. Not only do they come in great flavors such as Bacon Cheddar, Parmesan Garlic and White Cheddar, they also taste amazing. And let's face it, who does not like some puffs?



Each packet comes filled with 21 grams of protein to refuel your muscles and provide them with the energy they need. Power Pops has 28,500 mg of amino acids per serving, which are the key building blocks not only for building muscle and healthy day-to-day functions but may promote brain function and your immune system. Oh and most importantly, it's 100% made in the USA!

Website: https://www.powerpopsprotein.com/

Price $3.00/each - $3.33/each

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