· People with busy and active lifestyles
· People eating on-the-go
· Every athlete, from the weekend warrior to the professional
· Those requiring liquid nutrition for health conditions
· For pre or post-workout
· For weight management (gain or loss)
While we wouldn’t advise that you substitute all food for Rumble, Rumble can be used as a light meal. There are many people in the Rumble community who depend on Rumble as a major part of their diet due to health challenges, and there’s no limit to how many Rumbles you can have per day (though those with kidney disease or on protein-restricted diets should consult their doctor to ensure they are within limits for protein).
What's In Rumble?
There are only 2.5g of healthy saturated fats in Rumble, which are balanced with fibre, protein, carbohydrates, and both Omega 3 and Omega 6 polyunsaturated fats. The saturated fats in Rumble come mainly from Coconut MCT oil.
Health wise, Grass fed dairy is typically richer than conventional dairy in beta-carotene and a highly beneficial fatty acid called conjugated linoleic Acid (CLA), and also tends to be higher in Vitamin E.
Sustainability: When cows graze on the lawn, neither fuels nor chemicals are needed to keep the grass growing. Grain and soy production—both used to feed conventionally raised cattle—create water and air pollution and require use of fossil fuels for waste removal and transport.
This is one more reason we are happy to used Grass fed protein in Rumble.
The healthy fats in Rumble provide clean fuel, and are balanced with fibre, protein, and quality carbohydrates in what we believe is the ideal ratio of macronutrients.