Elo GLP-1 Muscle Retention Protein Formula: How it works?

Elo's GLP-1 Muscle Retention Protein Formula helps retain muscle and alleviate the side effects of GLP-1 treatment. The doctor-formulated daily protein blend is specifically formulated to alleviate the common GLP-1 medication side effects of muscle loss, digestive issues, and nutrient deficiencies [1, 2, 3]. Each scoop contains protein (whey or pea), probiotics, fiber, 15 essentials vitamins and minerals, and electrolytes. The products are available in two delicious flavors: Madagascar Vanilla and Rich Chocolate.

Who is GLP-1 Protein made for?

Elo GLP-1 Muscle Retention Protein Formula is doctor-formulated to complement GLP-1 medications, promoting healthy weight management. It enhances protein intake, supports digestive health, and helps minimize cravings with daily use. For best effects, it’s important to ensure regular strength training together with increased protein intake. Always consult with your healthcare provider before changing your diet or adding new supplements to your diet.  

“I encourage my patients on GLP-1 medications to add additional protein to their diet and to ensure regular strength training to avoid muscle mass loss.” 

Robin Heister, MD

What are the common GLP-1 Medications?

Benefits of the GLP-1 Protein

Optimal nutrition plays a crucial role in enhancing the effectiveness of GLP-1 treatment. By ensuring a balanced intake of high-quality proteins, essential nutrients, and fibers, individuals can optimize their body composition, making the most of GLP-1 treatment for effective and sustainable weight management. Developing the right nutritional habits is essential for it to carry forward with weight loss goals once off the GLP-1 treatment, preventing the yo-yo effect and ensuring long-term health and wellness [



Retain muscle: Adequate protein intake paired with resistance training supports muscle synthesis and repair, helping maintain muscle mass during weight loss [



Aid changes in digestion: Added probiotics and psyllium husk fiber support bowel movement changes, including constipation and diarrhea [





Cover nutritional gaps: Each scoop contains 15 vitamins and minerals to meet daily nutritional needs, especially when eating is challenging [





Electrolyte balance: Added electrolytes maintain fluid balance, support nerve and muscle function, reduce dehydration risks, and ensure proper cardiovascular and nervous system functioning [





Elo GLP-1 Protein Bag

Functional Ingredients in GLP-1 Protein

Each ingredient in Elo GLP-1 Muscle Retention Formula is selected based on the latest scientific research and third-party tested to make sure the product is safe, composed of the highest quality ingredients, and optimized for outcomes. Read more about the rigorous

Elo third-party testing process


Whey or Pea Protein

  • Whey Protein: Microfiltered whey protein isolate with sunflower lecithin, free of fat, carbs, and sugar.

  • Pea Protein: Non-GMO yellow pea protein isolate from Belgium.

Other Functional Ingredients

  • Fiber: Psyllium seed husk fiber for digestive health.

  • Probiotics: Bacillus coagulans for gut health.

  • Multivitamins: 15 essential vitamins and minerals including Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, and various B vitamins.

  • Electrolytes: Magnesium, Potassium, and Sodium for fluid balance and cardiovascular and nervous system function.

Elo GLP-1 Muscle Retention Protein Formula - Nutrient Label

How to use GLP-1 Protein?

For optimal outcomes, we recommend using Elo GLP-1 Muscle Retention Protein Formula daily. Each monthly shipment contains two bags with 14 servings each. We ship two bags each month to ensure optimal freshness. The smaller bag also makes it easier to store and take with you when you travel. 

Many Elo members take their GLP-1 Protein in the morning. You can blend your GLP-1 Protein with cold water, plant-based milk or add it to your favorite smoothie, yogurt, and oatmeal. It’s OK to take GLP-1 protein twice a day - once in the morning and then after your exercise.

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It’s easy to build a habit using the Elo iOS app daily reminder to take your GLP-1 Protein dose. The app also recommends the right dose of protein after each workout you record using an Apple Health connected or wearable device. Learn more on

how to connect your wearable devices to Elo Health

How to get started with GLP-1 Protein?

Order the GLP-1 Muscle Retention Protein Formula at the Elo website. On the website, you can select your preferred flavor (Madagascar Vanilla or Rich Chocolate and protein type (Whey or Pea). We offer two convenient purchase options, both with free shipping:

  • Monthly subscription (cancel anytime)

  • One-time purchase 


Elo’s GLP-1 Muscle Retention Protein Formula is doctor-formulated to support individuals on GLP-1 medications by aiding muscle retention, digestive health, and nutritional balance. It combines protein (whey or pea), probiotics, fiber, 15 essential vitamins and minerals, and electrolytes, available in Madagascar Vanilla and Rich Chocolate flavors. The formula is the most effective when paired with strength training. It is available for purchase on the Elo website with options for monthly subscription or one-time purchase, both offering free shipping.

Disclaimer: The text, images, videos, and other media on this page are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended to treat, diagnose or replace personalized medical care.

Key takeaways

  • Targeted Support for GLP-1 Users: Elo’s GLP-1 Muscle Retention Protein Formula helps counteract muscle loss, digestive issues, and nutrient deficiencies common in GLP-1 medication users with a blend of protein, probiotics, fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

  • High-Quality Ingredients: The formula uses high-quality whey or pea protein, psyllium husk fiber, and Bacillus coagulans probiotics, and is available in Madagascar Vanilla and Rich Chocolate flavors.

  • Daily Use for Best Results: Daily use of the protein formula, paired with regular strength training, is recommended for optimal benefits, with the Elo iOS app providing helpful reminders and dosage recommendations.


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