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Naturade VeganSmart Protein & Greens Vanilla Crème -- 22.8 oz


Naturade VeganSmart Protein & Greens Vanilla Crème
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Naturade VeganSmart Protein & Greens Vanilla Crème -- 22.8 oz

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Naturade VeganSmart Protein & Greens Vanilla Crème Description

  • Plus Fruits & Roots
  • All-in-One Powder
  • Plant Based
  • Certified Vegan
  • Non-GMO Protein
  • Low Glycemic
  • ORAC Certified

Complete Protein Blend - Contains 5 different non-GMO plant based proteins providing all the essential amino acids in precise proportions, readily usable by the body, for building and repairing tissue and muscle.

 

Greens Blend - Includes 14 different healthy greens/vegetables offering naturally occurring polyphenols, antioxidants and flavonoids to support over all wellness.

 

Antioxidant Blend - Includes 40 different fruits and roots offering additional naturally occurring polyphenols, antioxidants and flavonoids to those found in the Greens Blend to establish a total ORAC value of 25,000 per serving (Brunswick Labs Certified)

 

22 Vitamins & Minerals - Act as catalysts in thousands of biochemical reactions every day to support normal and healthy cell function.

 

Fiber & Omega Blend - Provides 6 grams dietary fiber to help keep you regular. Also contains over 200 mg of Omgea-3 to support a healthy brain, heart and circulatory system.

 

Prebiotics - Contains 150 mg ActivAloe® bioactive polysaccharides that stimulate the growth and maintenance of beneficial intestinal flora.

 

Digestive Enzyme Blend - Assists in digesting foods more completely for greater absorption of nutrients and the good health that goes with them.

 

Naturally Flavored & Sweetened - Vanilla Creme natural flavoring with organic sweeteners.

 

Certifications - Certified Vegan by Vegan Action / Certified Low Glycemic Index by Glycemic Index Labs / Certified 25, 000 ORAC by Brunswick Labs.


Directions

Adults: Mix two level scoops of VeganSmart™ Protein and Greens in 9 to 11 ounces of ice-cold water, juice or non-dairy beverage, shake well and enjoy. VeganSmart™ Protein and Greens is also a delicious, nutrient-supplementing addition to your favorite smoothie recipe — just blend and enjoy! Take one, or more servings daily for optimal health. After opening, store in a cool dry place with the lid tightly closed.
Free Of
Acesulfame k, artificial sweeteners, artifical flavors, colors, preservatives, msg, soy, gluten, egg, dairy, yeast, nuts.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Scoops (43 g)
Servings per Container: About 15
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories170
  Calories from Fat45
  Calories from Saturated Fat10
Total Fat5 g8%
  Saturated Fat1 g5%
  Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate13 g4%
   Dietary Fiber6 g24%
    Soluble Fiber5 g*
    Insoluble Fiber1 g*
   Sugar4 g*
  Other Carbohydrate2 g*
Protein20 g40%
Vitamin A (vitamin palmitate)2500 IU50%
Vitamin C (sodium ascorbate)30 mg50%
Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol)600 IU150%
Vitamin K (phytonadione)40 mcg50%
Thiamin (thiamin hydrochloride)0.75 mg50%
Riboflavin0.85 mg50%
Niacin (niacinamide)10 mg50%
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride)1 mg50%
Folate (folic acid)200 mcg50%
Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin)9 mcg150%
Biotin150 mcg50%
Pantothenic Acid (d-calcium pantothenate)5 mg50%
Iron (ferrous fumarate)9 mg50%
Iodine (potassium iodide)75 mcg50%
Zinc (zinc oxide)7.5 mg50%
Selenium (sodium selenate)35 mcg50%
Copper (copper gluconate)1 mg50%
Manganese (manganese sulfate)1 mg50%
Chromium (chromium chloride)60 mcg50%
Molybdenum (sodium molybdate)37.5 mcg50%
Sodium (sodium chloride and sodium citrate)390 mg16%
Potassium (potassium citrate)190 mg5%
Complete Protein Blend
Pea Protein Isolate, Chia Protein, Quinoa Protein, Potato Protein, Chlorella Protein
23 g*
Fiber and Omega Blend
Inulin (from chicory), Flax Seed Powder, Pea Fiber, Bamboo Fiber, Apple Fruit Fiber, Borage Oil
6 g*
Vegan Energy Blend
Organic Cane Sugar, Sunflower Oil, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Organic Rice Syrup Solids
6 g*
Greens Blend
Matcha Green Tea Leaf (Milled Cameillia sinensis), Broccoli Flower and Stem, Spinach Leaf, Organic Spirulina, Parsley Leaf, Cabbage Leaf, Kelp Powder, Alfalfa Powder Concentretd Alfalfa Mineral Complex, Jerusalem Artichoke Extract, Basil Leaf, Oregano Leaf, Kale Leaf, Brussels Sprout Leaf
1070 mg*
Antioxidant Blend
Carrot Root, Raspberry Fruit, Apricot Fruit, Mango Fruit, Pineapple Fruit, Acai Fruit, Cranberry Fruit, Pomegranate Fruit, Strawberry Fruit, Mangosteen Fruit, Blueberry Fruit, Beet Root, Green Tea Extract, Japanese Knotweed Root Extract, Chlorella Powder, Ginger Root, Ginseng Root, Adzuki Bean, Ginkgo Root Extract, Goji Fruit, Grape Skin Extract, Green Coffee Extract, Onion Bulb Extract, Apple Fruit Extract, Sour Cherry Fruit Extract, Camu Camu Fruit, Quercetin, Tomato Fruit,Turmeric Powder, Garlic Bulb, Cinnamon Bark, Hawthorn Berry Fruit, China Root Extract, Rose Hip, Elderberry Fruit, Blackcurrant Fruit, Sweet Cherry Fruit, Chokeberry Fruit, Blackberry Fruit, Bilberry Fruit Extract
675 mg*
Digestive Enzyme Blend
Bromelain, Protease, Amylase, Lipase
300 mg*
Prebiotics
Aloe vera inner leaf (Aloe barbadensis)
150 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Natural flavors, xanthan gum, organic stevia.
Glycemic Index (GI) = 28 [Low]
Manufactured in a facility that processes milk, soy, wheat & eggs..
Warnings

If you are using this product for weight loss and have any healthy problems, or are taking medications, or are under 18 years of age, or are following a diet recommended by a physician, consult a doctor before starting any diet program. Weight loss greater than 30 pounds, or more than 2 pounds per week in the first week, is unsafe and may cause health problems. Do not use this product as a sole source of nutrition. Always consume at least 1,200 calories per day for optimal health. Do not use this product if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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Eating Red Meat: Study Says it's OK, But is it Really Safe?

For decades, experts have warned us to cut back on hamburgers, say no to bacon and shun steak if we want to live a long, healthful life.

A new study suggests that advice might be all wrong.

Torso View of Woman Not Concerned About the Health Effects of Eating Red Meat About to Dig Into a Burger at a Restaurant | Vitacost.com/blog

Is red meat healthy?

Researchers at two Canadian schools – McMaster University and Dalhousie University – have concluded that cutting back on red meat and processed meat will not significantly boost your health over the long haul.

The researchers analyzed a host of controlled trials and observations in reaching their verdict. In their analysis, they failed to find a strong link between eating meat and increased risk of disease.

So, the study authors now recommend that people simply continue to enjoy red meat and processed meat as they always have.

But is that advice right for you?

Can you safely eat red and processed meat?

Although the researchers’ findings have received a lot of media attention, not everyone agrees with the conclusion that it is safe to eat higher levels of red meat and processed meat.

The American Cancer Society and the American Heart Association are among the organizations that have criticized the study findings.

Lauren Harris-Pincus – a New York City-area registered dietitian nutritionist and founder of NutritionStarringYOU.com – also is skeptical.

She says the study contradicts “a very large body of evidence” linking higher consumption of red meat and processed meat with an increased risk of:

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Certain types of cancers
  • Premature death

Harris-Pincus – who is also author of “The Protein-Packed Breakfast Club” – notes that the World Health Organization even categorizes red meat and processed meat as carcinogens.

“So, telling people to ignore this significant data and eat however much they want is not responsible practice,” she says.

Eating too much meat also can contribute to weight problems. Nearly 72% of Americans ages 20 and older are overweight or obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“Our caloric intake is generally in excess of what we need, and most people consume larger portions of protein than is necessary,” Harris-Pincus says.

To make matters worse, people who eat meat tend to skip lean cuts of and instead reach for higher-fat, higher-calorie beef, hot dogs and sausages, she says.

How to eat meat healthfully

Enjoying a few servings of red meat per week is “probably OK,” Harris-Pincus says. The key to eating meat without damaging your health is to choose leaner cuts of meat, and to avoid going overboard.

“The recommended portion is 3 or 4 ounces (of meat) per meal,” she says. “Most people eat at least double that -- especially in restaurants, where it's common to find a half-pound burger.” 

So, cut back on the portion of meat and balance your plate with a larger volume of fruit,  vegetables and other plant-based foods,” Harris-Pincus says.

“A petit filet mignon with broccoli and a sweet potato is very different than a huge burger with cheese, large fries and soda,” she says.

Grass-fed beef will have a better fatty-acid profile than grain fed beef, Harris-Pincus says. “So, I prefer that if possible,” she adds.

Overall, Harris-Pincus urges people to avoid making meat the centerpiece of their meals.

“Think of meat as the accent instead of the star of the meal,” she says. Build a plate with salad and vegetables, and a fiber-rich carbohydrate like a sweet potato, beans or a whole grain, she adds.

“If you fill up on those items, you will need a smaller portion of meat,” Harris-Pincus says. “Minimize the processing, which brings a ton of salt and saturated fat as well.”

 

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