Shakeology-Healthiest Meal of the Day
I try to answer some of the common questions you may have about Shakeology. I know there are many products on the market that people have tried and wonder what makes Shakeology different. While Shakeology is being called the healthiest meal of the day by many doctors here are some answers to the questions I’ve been getting.
Your Questions Answered About Shakeology
Can I drink more than 1 shake a day?
Yes you can but I would recommend no more than 2 shakes a day for meal replacement.
Is Shakeology all I need to take in order to get back in shape?
While shakeology is the perfect meal replacement you should try to and maintain a healthy and balanced diet. The shake makes it alot easier for people with busy schedules instead of falling into the fast food trap. It’s also great to incorporate a exercise program to see optimum results.
Can I drink Shakeology before and after workouts?
While you can drink it I would recommend a recovery drink before and after your workouts as it has more sugar and less fiber for more rapid absorption.
Does it contain caffeine?
Shakeology contains no caffeine. It does contain green tea extract, but the caffeine has been removed.
Is Shakeology vegetarian?
Yes. In fact, the only non-vegan ingredient is whey protein, which comes from milk.
Is it safe for people with diabetes?
Because needs vary for each person with diabetes, it is recommended you check with your doctor first. However, since Shakeology is a low-caloric meal replacement with a lower glycemic index than most meals, it should be acceptable for most people with diabetes.
Is it safe for kids?
Shakeology is a healthy drink with low sugar and a wide variety of nutrients, it is a much healthier option than many other drinks or snacks on the market and should be appropriate for most children over the age of 6. You may want to start out with a smaller serving size until you are sure of the child’s tolerance. It is not recommended to be given as a meal replacement for children younger than six years old without first checking with your pediatrician.