Our amazing Meal Replacement shakes boast a PDCAA score of 100, which means they are a complete protein, so you know you are getting the high-quality protein you need (24-27 g per serving). Available in sweet and savory flavors: Caramel Latte, Deep Chocolate, Vanilla Bean, Bananaberry, Cinnamon Roll, and Chicken Soup. Caramel latte and Cinnamon Roll are perfect for starting the day and watching the fog rise up over the hills as you enjoy your sweet shake. Deep Chocolate and Vanilla Bean are great for walking around the fair on a weekend, and Bananaberry was made for whenever you need to be transported away to a remote island where the fruit falls ripe from the trees. On cold, rainy, and snowy days, cuddle up inside with a book and a warm Chicken Soup.
Key Elements: · 24-27 g of protein · 5-7 g of fiber · Only 140-180 calories · Gluten Free
Key Note Regarding the Meal Replacements: · It is recommended to mix with 8 oz of water (or milk of choice), shake, and enjoy, but it can be mixed with more or less water (or milk) to taste.
Key Things to Look for in Our High Protein Meal Replacements: · Taste - When you have to take use product frequently, it needs to be something that you like. Our High Protein Meal Replacement flavors will wow your taste buds! · Fiber – including fiber helps with satiety, the feeling of fullness. Fiber may also help to regulate blood sugar and insulin levels, as well as assist with bowel regularity. · Protein Quality - Since quality is a critical element of all of our products, we only use high-quality whey protein isolate and soy protein isolate with a final score of 100 (out of 100) on the PDCAA scale, making this a complete protein providing your body all of the essential amino acids it needs. · Nutrition Stats – With nutrition stats of only 130-180 calories per serving, being low in sugar, and low-fat, your waistline will appreciate this product being a part of your pantry staples!
* Patients should follow the instructions of their bariatric surgeon regarding proper supplementation. Proper supplementation should be viewed as an individualized regimen based upon each patient’s individual medical history, laboratory studies, and current medication use.
* Patients should follow the instruction of their bariatric surgeon regarding how much protein should be consumed daily.