My Favorite Healthy Shake

Updated Ingredient List

Proprietary Protein Blend

  • Pea protein provides amino acids that can stimulate muscle growth. Pea protein also has branched-chain amino acids (leucine, isoleucine, and valine).
  • Flaxseed has the potential to lower LDL cholesterol, stabilize blood sugar, lower the risk of breast, prostate, and colon cancers, and reduce the inflammation of arthritis. Flaxseeds’ omega-3 fats are a good source of fiber, aid in digestion, and help stabilize. Also, its combination of healthy fat and high fiber content makes it great for weight loss! Flax is perhaps the best source of Lignans, which transform in our intestines to substances that may balance female hormones. Lignans may also promote fertility, reduce peri-menopausal symptoms, and may even help prevent breast cancer. There is also evidence that lignans may help prevent Type 2 diabetes.
  • Quinoa is a superfood, solid plant protein option, quinoa also contains trace amounts of key minerals. Quinoa was once called “the gold of the Incas” for increasing the stamina of Incan warriors. The protein this seed supplies has all nine essential amino acids. These proteins are required by the body as building blocks for muscle. Quinoa is a good source of dietary fiber (to help ease elimination), magnesium (to rid your body of dangerous disease-causing substances), phosphorous, folate, and iron.
  • Rice protein is higher in the essential amino acids methionine and cysteine, which makes it complementary to pea protein which tends to have lower amounts of these two essential amino acids.

Proprietary Adaptogen Herb Blend

  • Maca Powder comes from a plant root. Powdered Maca root promotes energy, mood, and general health. Maca powder is good for the skin, it also promotes sexual function.
  • Astragalus Root Powder supports heart health, aids the respiratory system, stimulates blood circulation, aids nervous conditions, lowers high blood pressure, and promotes a healthy bladder.
  • Ashwagandha Powder is derived from the root of the Ashwagandha shrub. The powder is thought to have anti-cancer and weight loss properties. Powdered Ashwagandha has antibacterial properties; it also stimulates the immune system and combats hypertension.
  • Cordyceps is a type of fungi. Cordyceps aids the respiratory system, keep the heart healthy, aids sexual health, strengthen the immune system, promote longer life, reduce fatigue, promote weight loss, and help to build muscle.
  • Reishi Powder is made from powdered mushrooms. Powdered Reishi promotes a healthy heart, combats viral infections, supports HIV, aids high blood pressure, and supports the respiratory system. Reishi powder has weight loss benefits.
  • Maitake Powder is a dried mushroom powder. The mushroom powder aids chronic fatigue, lowers cholesterol levels, aids a healthy liver, and encourages loss of weight.
  • Chiaga As a fungus that grows on birch and other trees in cold climates as diverse as Siberia, Korea, and Alaska, chiaga mushrooms aren’t much to look at, but that hasn’t stopped traditional herbalists from using this adaptogen-like fungus in their practice.

Phytonutrient Super Greens Blend

  • Spinach Powder is an antioxidant-rich vegetable that promotes heart health. Spinach powder supports age-related macular degeneration, promotes the immune system, and aids the nervous system. Spinach is another little miracle food as if all these superfoods aren’t! It contains a plethora of nutritional and medicinal properties which help to strengthen our immune system and boost energy levels. It provides our bodies with the necessary vitamins and minerals. In experiments, Spinach has shown to be effective for hypoglycemia, cataracts, heart disease, cancer, memory loss, stroke, osteoporosis, bone loss, increasing brain function, age-related cognitive problems, and circulation. The leaves are also used for their laxative and cooling properties, anemia, indigestion, to detoxify and cleanse the colon, in the treatment of difficult breathing, inflammation of the liver, jaundice, febrile conditions, urinary calculi, inflammation of the lungs, arthritis, and it relieves the temporary symptoms of asthma and allergies.
  • Kale This dark, leafy member of the cabbage family has been a staple of Mediterranean diets since Roman times—and recognized as a nutritional powerhouse for just as long. It’s a particularly good way to get fiber. It comes in a variety of colors from bright green to purple, which are produced by the plant’s numerous phytonutrient compounds.
  • Matcha Green Tea is made from powdered green tea leaves, matcha is one of the world’s most celebrated health foods. It delivers important phytonutrient compounds called catechins. Green tea’s antioxidants, called catechins, scavenge for free radicals that can damage DNA and contribute to cancer, blood clots, and atherosclerosis. Its potential to fight cancer and heart disease — has been more than intriguing, as have limited studies about green tea’s role in lowering cholesterol, burning fat, preventing diabetes and stroke, and staving off dementia.
  • CINNAMON – Cinnamon has extremely high antioxidant activity, and the oil of cinnamon has strong antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Cinnamon is also a great source of manganese, fiber, iron, and calcium. Reducing blood sugar levels and treating Type 2 Diabetes, lowering cholesterol, aiding digestion, treating diarrhea, curing a common cold, reducing arthritis pain, boosting memory and cognitive function, treating toothaches, eliminating bad breath, curing headaches and migraine pain. It has an anti-clotting effect on the blood. It has been found to be effective in fighting vaginal yeast infections, oral yeast infections, stomach ulcers.
  • CHLORELLA  – Chlorella is known to be effective when attempting to eliminate poisonous substances from the body by improving digestion and acting as an ‘intestinal broom’. Chlorella has the highest chlorophyll content of any plant including spirulina and wheatgrass. Chlorophyll helps build the oxygen-carrying red blood cells and this benefits our whole body. Chlorella helps to keep our nerves calm and helps us deal with stress better.

Antioxidant Super-Fruit Blend & Proprietary Fruit Powder Blend

  • CAMU-CAMU – Camu-Camu is a powerful antioxidant that contains more vitamin C than any other plant in the world (30 to 60 times more than an orange)! The phytochemicals in Camu Camu are highly effective in curbing the effects of the herpes virus; you wanted to know that right? It is effective against depression and has even been used by medical professionals to wean users off anti-depressants. Alternative medical practitioners have also been using it to combat attention deficit disorder. Camu-Camu provides immune system support, helps maintain good eyesight, reduces inflammation, supports collagen, tendons, and ligaments, helps fend off viral infection, improves respiratory health, and helps maintain clarity of mind during stress.
  • Acerola Powder is derived from the Acerola cherry. The antioxidant-rich powder helps to fight disease, infection, and inflammation. The Acerola cherry powder promotes dental health, prevents hair loss, fights chronic fatigue, increases iron absorption, regulates blood pressure, promotes the healing of burns and wounds, and aids collagen formation. Acerola powder also helps people to lose weight. Acerola Cherry has one of the highest concentrations per gram of natural vitamin C in any fruit. Rich in vitamin A, magnesium, niacin, potassium, thiamine, iron, and calcium. Traditional healers used the leaves to fight dysentery and diarrhea and liver issues, while the fruit was used for the treatment of colds and infections.
  • Pomegranate Powder is made from the dried seeds of the pomegranate fruit. Powdered pomegranate promotes heart health, supports digestion, aids fat burning, and lowers high cholesterol. Pomegranate promotes optimal blood flow to the heart. It has also been shown to lessen the amount of plaque in the arteries which results in smooth blood flow and reduction in disease. Lastly, it also helps to raise much-needed levels of cholesterol whiling helping to lower bad cholesterol that can cause heart attacks. Pomegranate benefits your body as a whole because your body contains plenty of unstable molecules that can damage your DNA and your cells. This type of damage often leads to other diseases such as stroke and Alzheimer’s. The pomegranate benefits these areas by using its antioxidant powers to fight off the unstable molecules thereby preventing these diseases. Therefore when you eat pomegranates that contain antioxidants such as polyphenols and tannins you are going to live a much healthier life and reduce your chance of catching a fatal disease such as cancer or a heart attack.
  • Bilberry Powder is made from the dried fruit of the Bilberry shrub. Powdered Bilberry benefits heart health, improves night vision, improves blood circulation, maintains healthy tissue, and prevents inflammation. Bilberry is high in antioxidant-rich flavonoid compounds called anthocyanidins, which have been shown to play a supporting role in maintaining good cardiovascular health and a strong immune system. Bilberries are also linked to eye health, in particular, the possibility of slowing or reversing the effects of macular degeneration. Helpful for supporting healthy blood sugar levels, bilberry is also used for its beneficial effects in improving blood circulation, maintaining healthy cholesterol levels, and relief for nausea and indigestion. Bilberries are also known to be helpful for joint health, kidney and urinary tract health, menstrual cramps, and diarrhea.
  • Blueberry Powder is made from dried blueberries. Powdered blueberry boosts gut bacteria, lowers cholesterol levels, promotes a healthy heart, improves blood sugar levels, and aids loss of weight. Magical little fruits! Blueberries are a good source of vitamins and dietary fiber, blueberries are believed to help reduce eyestrain and improve night vision. Blueberries are also high in phytochemicals resveratrol, which has been linked to reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer.
  • Lycium (the Goji berry) is a flowering plant belonging to the Nightshade family. The antioxidant-rich superfruit slows the aging process; promotes heart health and combats disease. The lyceum fruit also promotes healthy skin, treats pain, aids longevity, and boosts the immune system. Lycium is also thought to increase metabolism to encourage weight reduction.
  • Schisandra Berry Powder aids the nervous system, promotes healthy skin, increases sexual energy, improves mental function, combats insomnia, promotes a healthy bowel, and protects the liver. Schisandra powder is known to have anti-aging properties. Schisandra is used to treat a variety of medical conditions and is widely known as a longevity herb and aphrodisiac. It is used to treat lung and liver disorders, coughs, relieve fatigue, depression, and stress, increase stamina and insomnia and help with forgetfulness and night sweats. Helps with circulation and normalizing blood sugar and blood pressure. Normalizes body systems and speeds recovery after surgery. Aids irritable bowel syndrome..
  • Rose Hips Powder is commonly used to treat the symptoms of osteoarthritis. Powdered rosehip supports a healthy heart and lowers cholesterol levels. A daily dose of rosehip powder may lower blood pressure and help people to shed unwanted fat.
  • Luo Han Guo Often called monk fruit after the Buddhist monks who cultivated this small green melon in the misty mountain regions of southern China, luo han guo is prized for its intense sweetness, which is about 150 times sweeter than sugar. But unlike sugar, the low doses of this fruit extract don’t contribute calories or carbohydrates.
  • Whole Coffee Fruit For centuries, farmers would harvest only the seeds, which we recognize as coffee beans, and discard the surrounding red fleshy fruit. However, all that changed when science revealed this tart and juicy coffee fruit have antioxidants, chlorogenic acids, and polyphenols. Harvesting the entire fruit and not just the bean also minimizes our carbon footprint while increasing sustainable farming.
  • Cocoa central American cultures have long valued cocoa beans. The Olmecs cultivated this superfood as early as 1500 B.C. for use in religious ceremonies and funerals, and to promote vigor in battle. Later, the Mayans worshipped cocoa, calling it the “food of the gods.” Today, cocoa is most commonly used for chocolate production, but its list of potential health benefits is growing. It delivers antioxidant-like compounds called flavonoids, and studies show that cocoa powder may support overall wellness.

Prebiotics, Probiotics, Digestive Enzymes

  • YACON ROOT is rich in oligofructose (fructooligosaccharide) also known as FOS. FOS is a dietary sugar that our bodies are unable to metabolize. Since the body is unable to fully digest the sugar it is classified as a non-digestible carbohydrate. Study’s show a diet rich in FOS can help with weight management, cardiovascular diseases, prevention and the risk of cancer, and support for the control and prevention of many chronic diseases. Yacon root is shown to help obesity, constipation, insomnia, arthritis, hypertension, kidney disease. Yacon root has also shown some properties to lower the formation of harmful blood clotting and can lower cholesterol levels. This root has been known to help the gut since it is also is known to be a bit of a colon cleanser, cleaning out the colon section of bad bacterias..
  • Chicory Root A relative of the dandelion, the chicory plant has a variety of culinary uses from coffee substitute to salad leaves (both radicchio and Belgian endive are close relatives). Chicory root contains inulin, a type of dietary fiber that works as a prebiotic, meaning that it helps feed the good bacteria in your gut.
  • Pea Fiber is an excellent source of fiber—particularly insoluble fiber—which can provide a range of benefits for gut health. In addition to feeding the good bacteria in your intestines, the fiber from peas can help facilitate the flow of waste through your digestive tract.
  • Lipase works on the fat that you eat; it breaks lipids (fats) down so that your body can use it. When your body doesn’t create enough Lipase to break down the fat, undigested fats can cause weight gain, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. Additionally, Lipase helps your body better utilize omega fatty acids.
  • Lactase is a common enzyme that exists in the small intestine of many people. It is essential for the digestion of lactose, the naturally occurring sugar in milk. Benefits of Lactase –Lactase has been used in connection with the following conditions in lactose-intolerant individuals: diarrhea, indigestion, heartburn, and irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Cellulase enzyme is an outstanding antioxidant as it binds to profound metals and other contaminants, and it discharges them from your body. It’s responsible for the digestion of fiber from fruits and vegetables which are successful in binding to excess cholesterol, noxious substances and eliminating them from the body for proper muscle building.
  • Amylaseglucoamylase, and alpha-galactosidase are responsible for improving your digestive system quite instantly. They help break down complex carbohydrates called polysaccharides.
  • Invertase to help break down simple carbohydrates (disaccharides) like sucrose
  • Bacillus Coagulans is different from many other probiotics in that it forms spores, meaning it can stay dormant until activated in the gut. This makes it more tolerant to conditions (e.g., high temperatures, acidic environments) it might encounter during processing or in the stomach.
Vitamins and Minerals contained in my favorite shake
  • Vitamin A (as beta-carotene)
  • Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)
  • Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol)
  • Vitamin E (as d-alpha-tocopheryl succinate)
  • Vitamin K1 (as phytonadione)
  • Vitamin B1 (as thiamin HCL)
  • Vitamin B2 (as riboflavin)
  • Vitamin B3 (as niacin)
  • Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCL)
  • Magnesium (as oxide)
  • Whey protein (isolate)
  • Manganese (as manganese amino acid chelate)
  • Copper (as copper oxide)
  • Folic acid
  • Molybdenum (as sodium molybdate)
  • Chromium (as chromium amino acid chelate)
  • Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin)
  • Biotin
  • Iodine (as kelp)
  • Pantothenic acid (as d-calcium pantothenate)
  • Calcium (as dicalcium phosphate)
  • Zinc (as zinc oxide)
  • Iron (as ferrous fumarate)
  • Phosphorous (as dicalcium phosphate)
Typical Amino Acid Profile
Amino Acid Amount Per Serving Amount

Alanine 670 mg
Arginine 1,290 mg
Aspartic Acid 1,790 mg
Cysteine 160 mg
Glutamic Acid 2,650 mg
Glycine 650 mg
Histidine 370 mg
Isoleucine 730 mg
Leucine 1,260 mg
Lysine 1,100 mg
Methionine 170 mg
Phenylalanine 830 mg
Proline 670 mg
Serine 750 mg
Threonine 560 mg
Tryptophan 150 mg
Tyrosine 570 mg
Valine 760 mg

If you are still reading this, I’m surprised. Most people give up halfway through realizing that this Shake is full of more goodness than you ever wanted to know! The nutritionists who put this together for us into one super-supplement have really done something special!

Try your risk-free Shake today.

 

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