Vanilla Nutrimeal™ (9-10 servings)
The French Vanilla Nutrimeal shakes are low-glycemic, meaning that the ingredients are formulated to produce only small fluctuations in blood glucose levels for sustained energy and to keep you satisfied longer. Each serving of Nutrimeal contains 8 grams of dietary fiber, which can help maintain a healthy heart and circulatory system. Each serving also provides 15 grams of soy, whey, and other proteins. Soy helps maintain cardiovascular health, diastolic blood pressure, and HDL-cholesterol levels, provided they are healthy to begin with. Soy protein is a complete protein, containing all of the essential amino acids in optimal ratios and in a highly digestible form. Whey protein, which is also easily digestible, is an excellent source of amino acids essential for building a healthy body.
Try the rich flavor of French Vanilla for breakfast, or any time you want a healthy meal you shake! Enjoy the great taste and convenience of French Vanilla Nutrimeal. For a rich creamy shake, combine 3 scoops with 10-12 ounces of cold water. Thoroughly mix in a blender or blender bottle for 45 seconds.
The Benefits of Fiber and Protein
Diets high in soluble and insoluble fiber are generally rich in essential nutrients. Fiber is important for maintaining digestive health. When regularly eaten as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, soluble fiber has been shown to help support healthy cholesterol levels, provided they are healthy to begin with.*
Twenty-five grams of soy protein a day, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. A serving of French Vanilla Nutrimeal provides 15 grams of soy protein. Soy protein is a complete protein, containing all of the essential amino acids and in a highly digestible form. Whey protein, which is also easily digestible, is an excellent source of amino acids essential for building a healthy body.*
Guaranteed Low Glycemic
USANA foods are guaranteed to be low glycemic. The glycemic index (GI) was developed to rank different foods according to the extent to which they increase blood glucose following digestion.
Foods that are assigned a higher GI score generally contain higher levels of rapidly digested carbohydrates and produce a larger rise and fall in blood glucose. High-glycemic foods provide quick energy, but it is usually short-lived and hunger soon returns. High-glycemic diets have been linked to obesity, type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, and heart disease. Many convenience foods on the market today are high glycemic.
Foods with a lower GI score generally contain lower levels of carbohydrates and/or carbohydrates that are digested more slowly and produce a more gradual and relatively lower rise in blood glucose. Low-glycemic foods provide greater satiety and sustained energy. By virtue of their slow digestion and absorption, low-glycemic foods can help control appetite and delay hunger.*