New Customers Get 40% Off for a Limited Time

LOOKING FOR a plant-based protein to fuel your gains? The Ritual Essential Protein Daily Shake is one of our all-time favorites. Right now through September 5th, new customers can score big with 40 percent off the full range of Ritual products.


Ritual‘s all about keeping things transparent. It’s all-in when it comes to letting you know where a product’s ingredients come from—the source, supplier, and manufacturer of every ingredient is listed right on its website


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Essential Protein Daily Shake 18+

Ritual Essential Protein Daily Shake 18+

Now 40% Off

Essential Protein Daily Shake 50+

Ritual Essential Protein Daily Shake 50+

Now 40% Off

Back to Ritual’s protein powder. Harnessing the power of pea protein, its supplement contains all nine essential amino acids, ensuring that you’re getting all of the building blocks your muscles need to recover and grow. It’s also free of artificial colors, flavors, and sweeteners.

The Essential Protein Daily Shake 18+ and 50+ formulas both offer 20 grams of protein and three grams of fiber for 115 calories per 30-gram serving. The two formulas are largely the same, with the blend designed for older individuals containing slightly more choline and calcium, and reduced levels of sodium and L-methionine.


Whether you opt for the 18+ or 50+ formula, at $2.67 per serving, the full-price buy-in for this protein isn’t cheap. But this sale brings that price per serving down to just $1.60.

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Talene Appleton is the Fitness and Commerce Editor at Men’s Health, a NASM-CPT certified trainer, and former professional dancer and chef. With a background in fitness, nutrition, and culinary arts, her passion lies in inspiring others to lead healthy lives through engaging and research-driven content. You can find her work elsewhere at The Food Institute, The Nessie, and other outlets.

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