• Angela Hancock

Breakfast?

Some call this breakfast, I call it health insurance❣️(Now even more than ever), read on to find out why.


Getting enough of the right kinds of fat every day is an important part of any healthy diet. This shake is equipped with 6 grams of good fats, supplied for optimal nutrition from sources like olive oil, sunflower oil, safflower oil, and palm kernel oil, to name a few. Fats are crucial not only for proper digestion and absorption of some vitamins, but also for many different body functions. But you can be confident knowing that they are getting proper amounts of fats from good sources with my company.

Olive oil powder: The main source of fat in these shakes, Soups, and Bars because of its naturally high composition of monounsaturated fatty acids, specifically oleic acid.

Sunflower oil powder: Extracted from the seeds of sunflowers, sunflower oil is a rich source of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats.

Flaxseed extract: A high-quality source of alpha-linoleic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid.

Medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) oil: Extracted from coconuts, it is a source of fat that is more rapidly absorbed and used as energy because of its relatively smaller chain length and is a readily available source of fuel for the body.

Dietary Fibre Supports Your Gut

Fibre is an important aspect of any diet because it helps with satiety and helps promote digestive regularity. Unfortunately, most people fail to consume adequate fibre in their diet (5). Working to help close this gap, each shake supplies 8 grams of fibre.

Isomaltooligosaccharide powder: A natural digestion-resistant starch that acts as a prebiotic fibre, supporting the growth of beneficial bacteria.


Yucca root powder: The tuberous root of the yucca plant, native to the Mojave Desert, is naturally rich in dietary fibre.


Psyllium seed powder: An herbaceous plant with seeds that are a rich source of bulk-forming fibre.


Digestive Enzymes and Probiotics

Consuming a healthy meal is important, but your body needs to be able to break down and use the nutrients from it. That is these shakes come with their own blend of enzymes to ensure that your body is getting the most out of each sip. The active enzymes in combination with probiotics in each shake also supports gastric health and digestive regularity.

Enzyme blend: A blend of digestive enzymes are incorporated to aide absorption and digestion of macronutrients.


Bromelain and papain: A mixture of protein-digesting (proteolytic) enzymes naturally found in pineapples (bromelain) and papayas (papain).


Lactobacillus acidophilus: A beneficial bacteria belonging to the genus Lactobacillus that resides in the GI tract and is commonly found in dairy products like yogurt.


A Full Spectrum of Vitamins and Minerals


With 23 vitamins and minerals, provide this shake with the micronutrients that are seriously lacking in a typical diet. Getting a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals in one meal is hard to do, but near impossible in under 250 calories per meal. Each shake provides maximum nutrition in minimal calories.

Magnesium oxide, magnesium citrate: A source of magnesium, an essential electrolyte mineral.

Ascorbic Acid: Also known as vitamin C, a water-soluble vitamin and antioxidant.

Biotin: A water-soluble nutrient belonging to the B group vitamins.

Selenium: A trace mineral that acts as a cofactor of antioxidant enzymes.

Vitamin E: A fat-soluble nutrient with antioxidant properties.

Copper: An essential trace mineral.

Vitamin A: A fat-soluble vitamin that belongs to the carotenoid family.

Zinc: An essential trace mineral.

Manganese: An essential trace mineral. Iodine: An essential mineral.

Niacinamide: Also known as vitamin B3 or niacin. Niacinamide is the non-flushing form of niacin.

Cholecalciferol: Also known as vitamin D3, an essential nutrient.

Chromium: An essential trace mineral.

Molybdenum: An essential trace mineral

Pyridoxine hydrochloride: One of three forms of vitamin B6 that is found naturally in a variety of foods such as avocado, soybeans, fish, lima beans, chicken, and bananas.

Cyanocobalamin: Also known as vitamin B12, is a water-soluble vitamin.

Folate: An essential B vitamin necessary for metabolism. Riboflavin: An essential B vitamin necessary for metabolism.

Thiamin: An essential B vitamin necessary for metabolism.

Tricalcium phosphate: A source of calcium.

Potassium citrate: A source of potassium, an essential electrolyte mineral.

D-calcium pantothenate: Also known as vitamin B5, supports carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism.

Ionic Alfalfa™: A proprietary alfalfa juice concentrate containing organically bound trace minerals.

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