October 3, 2019
Don’t let the coziness of the season put your weight maintenance efforts on standby. With an all-new permanent addition to the Plexus Lean™ family along with a limited-quantity seasonal release, it’s easier than ever to fuel your goals–and your body.
Introducing All-New Lean
Shake up a healthy, protein-packed meal on the go just in time for the busy holiday season with Lean Vegan Vanilla. Whether you live a vegan lifestyle or you’re looking for a healthy plant-based meal replacement or snack, this brand-new, 100% vegan option is for you!
Its flavorful, creamy vanilla taste brings the best in nutrition with pea, rice, and ancient grains proteins free of animal byproducts. It also contains 5 grams of fiber, plant-based omega-3 fatty acids plus 23 vitamins and minerals to satisfy your hunger and keep your weight maintenance goals on track.
Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice
Announcing our first-ever seasonal flavor: Pumpkin Spice Lean Whey!
This limited-release shake is packed with everything you love about Lean – 15 grams of rBGH-free≈ whey protein, 24 highly bioavailable vitamins and minerals, and prebiotic fiber to support your gut and satisfy your craving for season sweets without tipping the scale.^
Enjoy the flavor of the season without the guilt! New Pumpkin Spice Lean Whey is available now. Quantities are limited, so don’t wait!
The Season of Giving
As with all the members of our Lean family, fueling your body with new Lean Vegan Vanilla and Pumpkin Spice Lean Whey is something you can feel good about in more ways than one. Through our Nourish One®Initiative, every purchase of Lean makes a difference for children and families in need.**
**Every bag of Plexus Lean sold contributes a donation equivalent to 14 meals to Feeding America®, providing at least 1.5 million meals annually. $1 helps provide at least 10 meals secured by Feeding America® on behalf of local member food banks.
^When combined with a reduced calorie weight loss diet plan.
≈No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBGH-treated and non-rBGH-treated cows.
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