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Health Benefits

Health Shakes

Wheat Germ.


Contains gluten. Great source of vegetable proteins, fiber and healthy fats. Also a good source of magnesium, zinc, thiamin, folate, potassium and phosphorus. An excellent source of vitamin E. Can aid to boost immunity and help keep the heart and cardiovascular system healthy.





Gluten free product. Can help reduce risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes. A very good source of Omega-3 essential fatty acids, lignans and fiber. Omega-3 Fatty Acids - "Good" fats shown to have heart-healthy effects. Lignans - Helps reduce risk of heart disease, menopausal symptoms, osteoporosis and breast cancer (and in some cases, prostate cancer). Flaxseed also lowers blood pressure and can block inflammatory illnesses and reactions from occuring.





Rich in vitamins A, C and K. Great source of folic acid, calcium, magnesium, iron and manganese. May benefit eye health. Can reduce oxidative stress and blood pressure levels. Research shows there is help in preventing cancer and may even help fight type 2 diabetes. Anti-inflammatory benefits help against brain aging.





Fruits are an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals, and they are high in fiber. Fruits also provide a wide range of health-boosting antioxidants, including flavonoids. Eating a diet high in fruits and vegetables can reduce a person's risk of developing heart disease, cancer, inflammation, and diabetes.



Whey Protein.


Whey is an Excellent Source of High-Quality Protein. Whey Protein Promotes Muscle Growth. Whey Protein May Lower Blood Pressure. Whey Protein May Help Treat Type 2 Diabetes. Whey Protein May Help Reduce Inflammation. Whey Protein May Be Beneficial for Inflammatory Bowel Disease.


Peanut Butter (All Natural).


Peanut butter also contains omega-6. This fatty acid lowers bad (LDL) cholesterol and increases protective (HDL) cholesterol. In addition, peanuts are a natural source of arginine, an amino acid that may prevent heart and vascular disease by promoting good blood vessel function.

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