Get the fibre you need with our High Fibre Vitality Shake. This delicious whole food blend contains apples, flax seeds, almonds, rice protein and quinoa, for a healthy daily boost that helps keep you feeling full. Designed to complement a low GI diet, it is fortified with essential fats, fibre, vitamins and minerals, and features sesame and pumpkin seeds. Naturally sweetened with FOS, create a tasty shake you can drink on the go by mixing with nut mylks, milk or juice.
Why is it a superfood? Because it has an array of essential vitamins, minerals and fibre
Apples, ground Flax Seeds, ground Almonds, Rice protein, Soya isolate, FOS (Fructo-Oligosaccharides), ground Quinoa, Lecithin*, Oat bran, Beet fibre, ground Sunflower, Sesame and Pumpkin seeds, Apple pectin. *from Soya. - VITAMINS AND MINERALS PER 30G SERVING TYPICALLY PROVIDES: 800µg Vitamin A, 6.25µg Vitamin D2, 33.3mg Vitamin E, 100mg Vitamin C, 5mg Vitamin B1, 5mg Vitamin B2, 20mg Vitamin B3, 10mg Vitamin B6, 200µg Folic Acid, 2.5µg Vitamin B12, 150µg Biotin, 20mg Vitamin B5, 20µg Vitamin K, 350mg Calcium, 14mg Iron, 300mg Magnesium, 15mg Zinc, 150µg Iodine, 0.3mg Copper, 50µg Selenium, 2.5mg Manganese, 50µg Chromium.
Blend 3 level scoops (typically 30g) with half a pint of skimmed milk, soya milk, or fruit juice and a piece of low GI fruit.
Contains Vitamin A. Do not take if pregnant or planning pregnancy. Contains nuts. Consume within 30 days after opening.
4 From 3 review(s)
By Mrs D E Taylor - 20 July 2016
I add this to my late afternoon drink - for the extra nutrition. Whizzed in my nutri-chef with maybe a green leaf or two, pear or apple, nectarine and a scoop or two (I think two is recommended - but I'm using as a nutritional top up along side healthy diet and daily supplement support) of this powder - topped up with water. Really enjoy - and the 'texture' only slight - doesn't offend in the slightest as I know what it's made of! Super easy to use and really beneficial. NB I love the 'Breakfast Shake' too!
By Mrs H Harris - 10 February 2014
This is great for a healthy meal option, particularly in the morning...I have soya milk, frozen bananas and sometimes blueberries or other berries. It's very refreshing though I agree it is a little gritty. Haven't tried it with fruit juice or yoghurt-doesn't sound appealing to me.
By Mrs D Lauder - 19 August 2013
I tried this once before and struggled with the grittiness of the texture. I also found the fruit somewhat tart. However, I am going to try it again and see if I can get used to it, as I feel the fibre content will be really good for my digestion. I mixed it with yogurt, but hope to try some different mixes this time.
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