Horleys Crossfire Review
What You Should Know
Horleys Crossfire is a premium blend of multiple protein sources designed to facilitate short and long-term muscle support. The idea is to provide a quick-acting protein to feed the muscles right now and a long-acting protein to keep the muscle fed well into the recovery stage. Horleys did a fantastic job of adding vitamins and minerals to the protein powder in an attempt to support muscle synthesis, but those vitamins open the door for dieters to use Horleys Crossfire as a healthy, quick mid-day meal.
List of Ingredients
- Crossflow Microfiltered Whey Protein Isolate
- Ultrafiltered Whey Protein Concentrate
- Calcium Caseinate
- Magnesium Oxide
- Magnesium Phosphate
- Sodium Ascorbate
- Zinc Sulphate
- Vitamin E Acetate
- Ferrous Fumarate
- Vitamin A
- Pyridoxine Hydrochloride
- Thiamine Hydrochloride
- Folic Acid
- Potassium Iodide
At first glance Horleys Crossfire is nothing more than a protein powder, but that first glance would bring dieters to the wrong conclusion. Horleys Crossfire supplies three different proteins. The two whey proteins are relatively fast-acting, supplying the muscle with food immediately. The calcium caseinate is a long-acting protein that takes longer to digest and thus, supplies protein or food to muscles well after the whey protein is all used up.
In addition to the strong protein variety, Horleys Crossfire supplies vitamins and minerals in an attempt to promote muscle growth and recovery. These vitamins and minerals are a game changer for the supplement. Horleys Crossfire can be used as a meal replacement as it supplies the body with many of the vitamins and minerals that would normally be consumed in food.
The nutritional impact of Horleys Crossfire is also in line with dieting – supplying 136 calories per serving, about 25 grams of protein and less than 7 grams of carbohydrates. Of those carbohydrates less than 2 grams are sourced from sugar.
- Horleys lists all ingredients found in Horleys Crossfire.
- There is an official website for all Horleys supplements.
- The protein powder contains vitamins and minerals.
- Supplies only 136 calories per serving.
- May not taste fantastic.
- Appears to be available in four flavors – vanilla, chocolate, banana and strawberry.
Horleys Crossfire may not be promoted as a diet meal replacement shake, but the ingredient list proves otherwise. We love the fact that the product contains short and long-acting proteins and a complete vitamin profile. The price is not listed because Horleys does not sell products directly to the consumer but we found the supplement listed on an external website for $54.99.