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Orgain Organic Nutrition Shake Grass Fed Protein Iced Cafe Mocha -- 12 Shakes

Orgain Organic Nutrition Shake Grass Fed Protein Iced Cafe Mocha
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Orgain Organic Nutrition Shake Grass Fed Protein Iced Cafe Mocha -- 12 Shakes

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Orgain Organic Nutrition Shake Grass Fed Protein Iced Cafe Mocha Description

  • 16 Grams of Organic Protein
  • Organic Complex Carbs for Sustained Energy
  • Certified USDA Organic - Fruits & Veggies
  • 20 Vitamins and Minerals
  • Free of Soy, Preservatives, Artificial Sweeteners, Corn Syrup
  • Doctor Developed

For those in need of a shake that’s as delicious as it is nutritious, look no further. We’re serious about good, clean nutrition, and when we say “good” – we mean it in every sense of the word! It can’t just be good for you; it’s got to taste Good too (great actually)! That’s why we worked relentlessly to craft our smoothest, creamiest, and most delicious shake possible while providing optimal all-in-one nutrition. Conveniently portable and packed with 16 grams of organic, grass-fed milk protein per serving.


Every shake is Certified USDA Organic and made with high-quality ingredients, like an organic blend of fruits and veggies powder, and 20 essential vitamins and minerals, including B12, Zinc, Vitamin C, and Vitamin D to help in immune support. You also won’t find any GMOs, carrageenan, soy, gluten, or artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, or preservatives in these nutritional powerhouses.


Not to mention, they’re perfect for the busy professional, parent, athlete, or anyone needing a quick breakfast or all-in-one nutrition shake during their day and are available to enjoy in four enticing flavors: creamy chocolate fudge, sweet vanilla bean, strawberries and cream, and iced café mocha. Good, clean, and all-in-one nutrition ready for you to take it on the go, whenever and wherever you need it.

  • Cleaner Ingredients: Orgain Nutritional Shakes serve up complete nutrition including 16g of organic grass-fed protein, 20 vitamins and minerals, and organic fruits and veggies
  • Higher Standards: non-GMOs, carrageenan free, glute-free, no soy ingredients, and no artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, or preservative. Oh yeah, it's Certified USDA Organic, too.
  • Udderly Wholesome: Our grass-fed milk protein is sourced entirely from cows that can graze freely on pastures year-round just like nature intended them to.
  • On The Go Nutrition: Perfect for those with a busy lifestyle, as a quick breakfast, or for pre-or-post workout
  • Immune Support: Support the immune system with an excellent source of B12, Zinc, Vitamin C, and Vitamin D. We make shakes that give you the power of nutrition to help you stay fueled and full for whatever life decides to throw at you.

Free Of
Gluten, soy, preservatives, artificial sweeteners and corn syrup.

*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.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Shake (11 fl oz) (330 mL)
Servings per Container: 12
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Fat8 g10%
   Saturated Fat1 g5%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol10 mg3%
Sodium260 mg11%
Total Carbohydrate29 g11%
   Dietary Fiber1 g4%
Total Sugars12 g
Includes 11g Added Sugars022%
Protein16 g32%
Vitamin D23 mcg10%
Calcium510 mg40%
Iron0.3 mg2%
Potassium260 mg6%
Vitamin A23025%
Vitamin C24 mg25%
Vitamin E26 mg15%
Thiamine0.12 mg10%
Riboflavin0.28 mg20%
Niacin3 mg20%
Vitamin B60.3 mg20%
Folate90 mcg DFE25%
Vitamin B120.6 mcg25%
Biotin3 mcg10%
Pantothenic Acid1 mg20%
Phosphorus370 mg30%
Iodine25 mcg15%
Magnesium65 mg15%
Zinc3.7 mg25%
Copper0.2 mg20%
Other Ingredients: Filtered water, Orgain Organic Protein Blend (organic whey protein concentrate, organic grass fed milk protein concentrate), Orgain Organic Carbohydrate Blend (organic evaporated cane juice, organic brown rice syrup, organic rice syrup solids), organic high oleic sunflower oil, organic natural flavors, organic inulin, organic guar gum, organic arabic gum, xanthan gum, organic rice bran extract, sodium phosphate tricalcium phosphate, potassium citrate, potassium chloride, carrageenan gum, sea salt, organic stevia.

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What is Food Aversion? A Dietitian Explains Causes and How to Overcome Them

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First, what is food aversion – and what causes it?

A food aversion s when someone has an extremely strong dislike for a particular food and has a very strong reaction, such as gagging, nausea or even vomiting, when exposed to that food. Needless to say, food aversions go way beyond picky eating. Food aversions also are different than food allergies or intolerances. There’s often emotion associated with food aversions. For example, if a child experiences a frightful or traumatic event (such as an argument between parents) during dinner, they may associate the food they were eating during with that event going forward, triggering an extreme negative reaction when the food is presented again. Food aversions also can be caused by changes in hormones, such as during pregnancy. It’s common for pregnant women to crave certain foods and completely avoid others during pregnancy, due to a heightened sense of taste or smell. Other causes of food aversions are sensory or texture issues. Highly sensitive children or children with autism might avoid certain foods or food groups because of the way the food feels in their mouths. Lastly, genetics can play a role in food preferences and aversions. Some people have very strong taste receptors that make certain foods taste extremely bitter to them. You can test for this at home with a "supertaster" test kit. If you’re a supertaster, you probably aren’t a big fan of broccoli or other bitter, strong-flavored foods.

Can food aversions be harmful?

If a person has multiple food aversions or avoids entire groups of foods, it’s possible for them to develop nutrient deficiencies. This is something to pay particular attention to with developing children. Children can sometimes go through phases of not liking certain foods, and that’s completely normal. But if they’re unable to eat a well-balanced diet over a more extended period of time, it may be beneficial to seek treatment. Signs that food aversion is potentially causing health issues in a child include weight loss, stunted growth, getting emotional during meals, choking, coughing, gagging or vomiting when eating, taking a long time to eat meals and eating 20 or fewer foods. Adults who develop food aversions are also at risk for nutritional deficiencies if they are avoiding entire food groups or have developed aversions to a large number of foods. Note that food aversions that develop in adulthood also may be a sign of an eating disorder. If a person has multiple food aversions, it also can take a toll on social and emotional well-being. The fear of not knowing what’s going to be served at a gathering can be debilitating for some. If stress around eating around others (or otherwise) starts to get overwhelming, it’s wise to seek help. In general, having one or two food aversions is not typically cause for concern.

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