Maxines Burn Thermogenic Protein Vanilla Ice Cream 1.25kg / 50 Serves

Maxine’s Burn Thermogenic Protein is a great tasting protein powder designed to build lean muscle, increase strength and shed unwanted body fat, creating a toned, fit physique. Maxines Burn Protein contains thermogenic ingredients to ignite fat burning, assisting in the burning of calories - even when at rest!


  • Maxines Burn Thermogenic Protein 1.25kg
  • Flavour: Vanilla Ice Cream
  • 19.4g of protein per serve
  • 2.2g of carbs per serve
  • Thermogenic ingredients
  • Low fat, low carb
  • Tone-up for long lean muscle
  • Gluten and soy free
  • Country of origin: Australia
  • Expiry Date: 08/10/2022
  • Please note: Contains milk


  • Burn protein can be taken in many ways to assist your personal goals. Mix 1 serve in 200mL of cold water and shake. Consume within 30 minutes post-workout to assist muscle recovery. Depending on your weight loss goals you can replace 1 - 2 additional meals with Maxine's Burn Protein.


  • Always read the label
  • Use only as directed
  • Dietary supplements should not replace a balanced diet
A Bit About The Brand / More Info

Maxine’s Burn is a Thermogenic Protein Formula ideal for active women, gym enthusiasts and athletes, helping to burn fat, tone your body and boost your energy. With a range of delicious flavours in low carbs and fat, these protein snacks are free from gluten and soy, and contains potent fat burners and carb blockers to help improve muscle tone. Stock up and save on this incredible deal!

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08 October 2020

Fast delivery

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29 July 2020

Love this protein!!

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01 July 2020

My fav protein no weird after taste, and price is cheaper then other places

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01 June 2020

Good flavour, not too sweet

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17 June 2019

I love this protein. Delicious in smoothies, or whatever you want to put it in. You also get more protein and less energy/calories per serve than most other proteins.

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