Health Lab relaunches protein ball range

    health labAustralian brand Health Lab has added two new flavours, Craving Cruncher Coconut and D-Tox Lemon, and improved its existing range of Protein Balls.

    D-Tox Lemon contains dates, almonds, whey protein concentrate, organic coconut, water, and lemon oil. Craving Cruncher Coconut contains dates, organic coconut, whey protein concentrate, quinoa flakes, water and vanilla.

    Like the rest of the range – Refresh Choc Mint, Recover Peanut Butter, Energise Choc and 3pm Almond – the new products are gluten free, protein rich and made from natural ingredients.

    Health Lab was founded two years ago by Jessica Thomas, who says she wanted to satiate her hunger for nutritional and delicious health snacks that were “full of the good stuff and free from the nasties”.

    The brand says it has a social media following of almost 40,000 and more than 12,000 stockists, and counts model Megan Gale, activewear brand Lorna Jane and the Nike Women’s Events series as Health Lab ambassadors.

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