Much more than just another meal shake! This light, nutritious protein powder meal shake is fortified with vitamins, minerals and added dietary fibre from chicory root extract, to support not only protein intake but also healthy digestion, immunity, metabolism, health and vitality.
Both dairy-free and gluten-free, it is an ideal daily shake for vegans. High in lean protein (over 71g per 100g) and naturally low in fat with just 93 calories per serving (12 servings per pot). Our Chocolate Protein Slim Shake offers excellent support to slimmers, particularly in the early stages of weight loss when cravings can be at their worst.
Plus it can be used as a healthy anytime snack, light meal, protein boost or even as a guilt-free dessert – ideal for helping you feel full for longer and your blood sugar levels stable.
Fortified with Essential Vitamins and Minerals:
- Chicory Root: a rich source of gut balancing dietary fibre
- Vitamin A: important for healthy skin and bones
- B-Complex Vitamins: for energy and preventing mental fatigue
- Vitamin C: boosts energy and supports immunity and bone health
- Vitamin E: a powerful antioxidant
- Iodine: essential for a healthy metabolism
- Plus 7 more vital minerals
Soy protein isolate: Made from 100% non-GMO soybeans, using a stringent process which removes the vast majority of the fat and carbohydrate content. The resulting product yields 71.5g of protein per 100g with minimal fat and carbohydrate, whilst being completely free of lactose. Soy protein isolate also boasts a comprehensive amino acid profile and is an excellent choice of protein for all types of athletes and recreational gym-goers to support a variety of training goals. The high protein content will contribute to the growth and maintenance of lean muscle mass.
Chicory root extract: rich in a natural vegetable fibre called inulin. Plants like chicory store extra energy in their roots in the form of inulin and other carbohydrates. The inulin in chicory root can be extracted and isolated for use as dietary fibre. The digestive tract doesn’t have the enzymes needed to digest inulin, so it passes through our gastrointestinal tract and into the large intestine intact. There, it serves as nourishment for our microbiota, making it a prebiotic. Inulin, in particular, is very effective in supporting the beneficial bacteria of our microbiota. Also helps to regulate our metabolism, as well as our hunger/satiety mechanism and lowers blood glucose levels after eating.
Vitamin A: has a role to play in a diverse range of functions, such as vision, immunity, maintenance of skin, bone and body growth, normal cell development, re-production, maintaining healthy teeth, skeletal and soft tissue and mucous membranes.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): affects thyroid hormone production, which is responsible for speeding up the metabolism and providing steady energy. It also helps the body produce immune cells and build red blood cells. Contains substances that assist other nutrients as powerful antioxidants, repair and maintain tissue and heal wounds. It also helps with healthy eye functions and healthy nerves.
Vitamin B12: contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism, normal functioning of the nervous system, normal psychological function, normal red blood cell formation, normal function of the immune system and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin): This vitamin helps the body to convert food into glucose, produce energy and for DNA repair and stress responses. High doses have been used successfully to lower elevated LDL (‘bad‘) cholesterol and fat levels in the blood and to increase HDL (‘good‘) cholesterol.
Vitamin C: supports the immune system, wound healing and recovery, heart health, healthy cholesterol levels, healthy blood pressure, stable blood sugar levels and the growth and repair of cells. It is also a powerful antioxidant.
Folic acid: is needed for the production and maintenance of new cells, as well as for DNA and RNA synthesis.
Vitamin E: a powerful antioxidant, vitamin E helps to remove free radicals – unstable compounds that damage cell structure weakening the immune system. It also protects against eye diseases, diabetes, and supports healthy cholesterol levels, skin and joint mobility.
Potassium: one of the seven essential macrominerals. It can help to lower blood pressure, protect against loss of muscle mass, preserve bone mineral density and reduce the formation of kidney stones. It is also an electrolyte that counteracts the effects of sodium, helping to maintain consistent blood pressure.
Chloride: an essential mineral for humans – a major mineral nutrient that occurs primarily in body fluids. On average, an adult human body contains approximately 115 grams of chloride, making up about 0.15% of total body weight. As the principal negatively charged ion in the body, chloride serves as one of the main electrolytes of the body. Chloride, in addition to potassium and sodium, assists in the conduction of electrical impulses when dissolved in bodily water.
Phosphorus: needed for filtering waste and repairing tissue and cells.
Magnesium: a co-factor in more than 300 enzyme systems that regulate diverse biochemical reactions in the body, including protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control and blood pressure regulation. It is required for energy production and the structural development of bone. Magnesium also plays a role in the active transport of calcium and potassium ions across cell membranes, a process that is important to nerve impulse conduction, muscle contraction, and normal heart rhythm.
Iron: contributes to normal cognitive function, normal energy-yielding metabolism, normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin, normal oxygen transport in the body, normal function of the immune system, the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and the process of cell division.
Zinc: supports normal growth and health of skin, bones, hair, nails and eyes. Furthermore, it assists in the maintenance of the immune, reproductive and digestive systems. It plays a role in cell reproduction, proper absorption of vitamins and protein synthesis, and hormonal balance.
Copper: contributes to the maintenance of normal connective tissues, normal hair pigmentation, normal skin pigmentation, protection of cells from oxidative stress, normal function of the immune system, normal functioning of the nervous system, normal energy-yielding metabolism and normal iron transport in the body.
Iodine (Potassium Iodide): an essential component of the thyroid hormones which regulate many important biochemical reactions, including protein synthesis and enzymatic activity, and are critical for metabolism.
1 to 3 servings to be taken per day or as required.
For best results, stir 1 scoop OR 3 heaped teaspoons (25g serving) into half a large glass of water, juice, soya milk etc. Add more liquid and stir for a delicious, thick and nutritious drink.
- Dairy Free
- Gluten Free
- GMO Free