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Orgain Organic Nutritional Shake Creamy Chocolate Fudge -- 12 Shakes


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Orgain Organic Nutritional Shake Creamy Chocolate Fudge -- 12 Shakes

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Orgain Organic Nutritional Shake Creamy Chocolate Fudge Description

  • 16 Grams of Organic Protein
  • Organic Complex Carbs for Sustained Energy
  • Certified USDA Organic - Fruit & Veggie Blend
  • 23 Vitamins and Minerals
  • Free of Soy, Gluten, Animal Products, GMOs
  • Grass Fed
  • Doctor Developed
  • Kosher

Free Of
Gluten, soy, GMOs, animal products.

*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: (11 fl oz) (330 mL)
Servings per Container: 12
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories250
   Fat Calories60
Total Fat7 g11%
   Saturated Fat1 g5%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol20 mg8%
Sodium260 mg10%
Potassium320 mg10%
Carbohydrate32 g11%
   Dietary Fiber2 g8%
   Sugar12 g
Protein16 g35%
Vitamin A25%
Vitamin C25%
Calcium40%
Iron2%
Vitamin D25%
Vitamin E25%
Thiamine10%
Riboflavin20%
Niacin20%
Vitamin B615%
Folate25%
Vitamin B1225%
Biotin10%
Pantothenic Acid25%
Phosphorus30%
Iodine25%
Magnesium20%
Zinc25%
Copper25%
Other Ingredients: Filtered water, Orgain Organic Protein Blend (organic grass fed milk protein concentrate, organic whey protein concentrate), Orgain Organic Carbohydrate Blend (organic brown rice syrup, organic cane sugar, organic rice dextrins), organic high oleic sunflower oil, organic cocoa, organic natural flavors, organic rice bran extract, Orgain Vitamin Blend (DL-alpha tocopherol acetate, sodium ascorbate, zinc gluconate, niacinamide, calcium pantothenate, copper gluconate, vitamin A palmitate, thiamine hydrochloride, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin, rolic acid, biotin, potassium iodide, cholecalciferol, cyanocobalamin, magnesium suflate), sodium phosphate, potassium chloride, tricalcium phosphate, tripotassium citrate, organic locust bean gum, sea salt, gellan gum, organic inulin, Orgain Organic Veggie Blend (organic kale, organic beet, organic spinach, organic carrot, organic tomato), Orgain Organic Fruit Blend (organic blueberry, organic banana, organic acai, organic apple, organic raspberry), natural flavor. ALLERGENS: Contains Milk
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Is a Keto 'Cheat Day' Ever OK?

Most diets allow for the occasional cheat day here and there when cravings start to strike. However, the ketogenic diet depends on maintaining a strict state of ketosis, and even a few grams of carbohydrates can throw off your body’s fat-burning abilities while also taking a toll on your progress.

Three Tempting Vanilla Cupcakes with Buttercream Icing and Berries on To as Example of What to Enjoy on a Keto Cheat Day | Vitacost.com.blog

Of course, giving in to the occasional indulgence is inevitable, even for the most dedicated dieters out there. This article will take a closer look at how cheat days can impact ketosis, the best ways to “cheat” on the ketogenic diet and some simple ways to get back on track after a slip-up.

Is a keto cheat day OK?

Depending on your definition of a cheat day, straying too far from your diet can definitely kick you out of ketosis on the ketogenic diet. A single serving of high-carb foods like pizza, donuts, candy and soda, for example, can nearly knock out your carb allotment for the day and get your body to start burning sugar for fuel instead of fat.

Falling out of ketosis not only hinders your progress, but can also mean going through keto flu symptoms all over again as your body tries to adapt and adjust. In fact, transitioning back into ketosis after a slip-up can cause symptoms like brain fog, fatigue and changes in mood.

However, that doesn’t mean that the occasional cheat day is entirely off the table on the ketogenic diet. Picking keto-friendly ways to indulge is an easy way to stay on track while still allowing some room for flexibility in your daily keto diet plan.

Best ways to cheat on keto

So what’s the best way to cheat when you’re following the ketogenic diet? Here are a few simple tips to help quench your cravings. 

1. Swap in low-carb substitutes

No matter what foods you’re craving, there are plenty of healthy substitutes you can use to keep your carb count low. For example, you can give pizza a keto-friendly twist by using cauliflower crust instead of regular flour crust. You can also swap zucchini noodles for regular noodles, use lettuce leaves in place of wraps or whip up turnip fries instead of French fries.

2. Cheat with high-fat foods

If a cheat day is absolutely unavoidable, be sure to pick high-fat foods to indulge in. Dark chocolate, cheese, avocados, nuts and seeds are all high-fat ingredients that can be added to fat bombs, milkshakes or keto-friendly ice creams, dips and snacks.

3. Drink smarter

While ordering a mixed drink, beer or cocktail may sound pretty tempting on your next night out, it can ramp up carb consumption and quickly kick you out of ketosis. Instead, go for red or white wine, both of which are low in carbs, so you can enjoy your cheat day without the extra sugar. Alternatively, select pure forms of alcohol like rum, tequila or vodka and combine with your favorite low-carb mixers such as seltzer or sugar-free tonic.

4. Enjoy smaller portions

If the strategies above don’t work for you, you may want to consider simply scaling back on your portion sizes instead. Eating smaller amounts of even high-carb ingredients can help reduce your carb consumption without cutting out your favorite foods altogether. Try eating more slowly, minimizing distractions during mealtimes or using a smaller plate to decrease portion sizes and keep your carb count low.

If you fall out of ketosis, how to get back fast

If you do fall off track and wind up out of ketosis, have no fear. Ensuring a seamless transition back into ketosis is simpler than it seems.

Start by tracking and measuring your carbs more meticulously than usual, and keeping carb consumption low to kickstart ketosis. Be sure to carefully limit most carb-containing foods during this period especially, such as fruits, dairy and sweets.

You should also stay active, as this can help burn up any extra carbs you may have eaten to get back on track fast. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a great option for a daily workout, which involves cycling between short bursts of activity and brief rest periods.

Finally, be sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day. Many keto flu symptoms are actually worsened by dehydration, so drink up to prevent those negative side effects.

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