CARNIVOR RTD Featured in MD’s

Carnivor RTD

Beef has always powered athletes and enabled them to reach the heights of physical achievement beyond those of mortal men. In Ancient Greece, men consumed 20 pounds of meat daily to fuel their indomitable strength, power and athletic prowess. Fast-forward to 2019, and beef is still fueling elite athletes such as IFBB pros Victor Martinez, Akim Williams and Nicolas Vullioud. Since today’s athletes live busier lives, they don’t have time to eat an entire bull in one sitting. They know that beef is superior to whey for building muscle, and they get the muscle-building power of pure beef protein in a delicious and convenient shake with CARNIVOR RTD.

40 GRAMS OF MUSCLE-BUILDING POWER CARNIVOR RTD packs 40 grams of super clean, muscle-building beef protein isolate per serving, and is 350% more concentrated in aminos than steak. It’s loaded with amino acids from high-quality beef protein and fortified with branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs). No fat, cholesterol, lactose or sugar … and amazing great taste! The Chocolate flavor tastes like a Hershey’s bar and the Strawberry flavor tastes like strawberry Quik. After you try CARNIVOR
RTD and savor the delicious taste you will exclaim, “Holy cow!”


Promotes lean muscle. Beef protein isolate was shown in a clinical study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (Sharp et al., 2017) to be as effective as whey protein for promoting lean muscle and strength. Hard-training male and female athletes exercising five days weekly over eight weeks while taking
46 grams of beef protein isolate daily gained an average of 4.6 pounds of lean muscle mass— more than double the amount of the placebo control group. Subjects taking
beef protein isolate also increased deadlift strength by 90 pounds and bench press strength by 40 pounds from baseline.

Builds lean body mass. New research on protein intake and body composition demonstrates that beef protein provides effects similar to whey protein. Researchers
conducted a systematic review and metaanalysis of randomized controlled trials that compared the effects of exercise training combined with beef, whey protein or no protein supplementation on body composition or exercise performance. The researchers concluded in Nutrients (11(6), 1429; Published: 25 June 2019) that beef protein “provides similar effects to whey protein on protein intake and body composition and, compared to no protein, might be an effective intervention to increase total daily protein intake, lean body mass and lower-limb muscle strength.”

Superior mTOR Activation. Researchers examined the benefits of whey protein, and found that the muscle-building power of beef was unsurpassed by whey. Consistent
with these results, a muscle cell culture trial demonstrated that beef supports superior mTOR activation relative to whey protein — a key molecular signal that increases
muscle protein synthesis (Detzel et al. 2015, ISSN Poster). These results powerfully demonstrate that beef is a powerful nutrient that can be used to spur muscle growth and anabolism in athletes.


Not all protein supplements are formulated to optimal standards of purity. When you buy a protein supplement, you might think you are getting good, clean protein, but that’s not always the case. Typical whey protein powders are only 70 to 80 percent protein content. The other 20 to 30 percent of whey protein may consist of fats, carbs and sugars as well as significant amounts of cholesterol and lactose— which bodybuilders need like a hole in the head. Beef protein isolate is an astonishing 99 percent protein, so you’re going to get more bang for your buck with beef protein isolate than any type of whey.


  • 40 grams of Beef Protein Isolate
  • 350% More Concentrated In Aminos Than Steak
  • 0 Fat • 0 Cholesterol • 0 Lactose • 0 Sugar
  • Chocolate and Strawberry Flavors


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