Fuel Whey Protein by SFH

Stronger. Faster. Healthier.

$ 29.99 


Fuel is your complete anytime protein, with a combination of protein, coconut fat (MCTs) and apple pectin (a mixture of medium glycemic carbohydrates in a matrix of natural fiber).

Our newest addition to the SFH Whey Family.  SFH FUEL is made for everyone.  The ultimate anytime protein to fuel your daily needs.  SFH FUEL combines non-denatured whey protein derived from A2 milk (from grass-fed, free range cows), coconut fat (MCTs) and apple pectin (a mixture of medium glycemic carbohydrates in a matrix of natural fiber).

SFH Whey is better because it has: 

  • No Antibiotics
  • No Hormones
  • No Soy Lecithin
  • No Gluten
  • No GMO
  • No Artificial Flavors

 Fuel includes whey concentrate, apple pectin and MCTs:

  • Apple Pectin:  is a complex carbohydrate rich in water soluble fibers.  The fibers help to slow the absorption of high glycemic carbohydrates and sugars.
  • MCTs (medium chain triglycerides):  are high energy fats.  They are never stored and are burned as a fuel to produce 4-5x more energy than a sugar molecule and do not spike the release of insulin.  These fats are broken down to ketone bodies which are the preferred fuel for our brains and hearts.

Contains: Milk, Coconut 

Flavor Choices: Coconut or Strawberry Cream

Each bag contains 30 servings.

Directions: SFH FUEL may be used anytime of the day - morning smoothie (or alone in water or coffee), pre-workout, in duration of an endurance event or snack before bed.  There is no substitute for real food. SFH Fuel is a great between meal supplement.

As a dietary supplement, mix one scoop with 6 to 8oz of water or your favorite beverage.  To avoid clumps do not add ice.  Store in a cool, dry place.  Do not refrigerate.  Once opened use within 90 days.  

Per Serving: 130 Calories / 1 g Fat / 3.5g Carb / 1g Fiber/ 20g protein

Shipping may take up to 7 days for this item.

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