Redcon1 MRE Lite – Animal Base Protein

Redcon1’s MRE Lite is a meal replacement product based on the use of whole foods, this version of the product has fewer calories than the original.  The concept of this product is simple, it is a ready to eat meal that you can take at any time that taste delicious and supplements all of the dietary needs of the individual user.

Redcon1 says this product will deliver the same great taste and excellent sources as the original MRE. This product contains no whey protein allowing it to be easily digested in the body as it is from real food sources.  Along with the beef, salmon, egg and chicken protein you will get a dose of plant-based protein from brown rice and peas along with some MCT oil.  This is a very well-balanced products compared to most.

This looks to be a solid product for meal replacement and it really sits in a class all of its own.  We look forward to giving this a good but according to many reviews on the internet our experience should be good along with most everyone else.

Serving Size:

  • 1 Scoop (29g)

Servings per Container

  • 30
  • 78


  • $45.49
  • $89.99

Directions: For added dietary protein, a bridge between meals or a protein-rich snack, mix (1) scoop of MRE Lite with 4-6 ounces of your favorite beverage, shake, well and consume. For additional protein support take up to (3) servings per say.

Under 200 lbs. – Use (1) scoop per serving

Over 200 lbs. – Use (2) Scoops per serving

Supplement Facts: 

  • Calories 130
  • Total Fat 1g 3% of DV
    • Saturated Fat 1g 5% of DV
  • Cholesterol 0mg 0% of DV
  • Sodium 85mg             3% of DV
  • Total Carbohydrate 4g 1% of DV
    • Dietary Fiber 1g
    • Sugar 2g
  • Protein 24g 48% of DV
  • Calcium 24mg                         2% of DV
  • Vitamin D 0iu             0% of DV
  • Iron 2mg                                     25% of DV
  • Potassium 125mg 2% of DV


  • Beef protein Isolate (bovine), Salmon protein (fish), Chicken Protein, Egg Albumin (egg), Brown Rice Protein, Pea protein, Coconut water (coconut), MCT Oil.

Percent of daily values (DV) are based on a 2,000-calorie diet.

Previous articleIFBB Pro Bodybuilder David Dearth Dead at 56
Next articleUpdated Top 5 Mr. Olympia 2019 Contenders


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here