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Zone Perfect Carb Wise RTD Shake Vanilla Ice Cream -- 11 fl oz Each / Pack of 4


Zone Perfect Carb Wise RTD Shake Vanilla Ice Cream

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Zone Perfect Carb Wise RTD Shake Vanilla Ice Cream -- 11 fl oz Each / Pack of 4

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Zone Perfect Carb Wise RTD Shake Vanilla Ice Cream Description

  • Cut Carbs, Get Lean
  • 4 g Net Carbs
  • 1 g Sugars
  • 150 Calories
  • 30 g Protein
  • Kosher

With 4 g net carbs, smooth vanilla flavor, and no added sugar, our Vanilla Cream shake is a simple and satisfying way to stay on tract with your low carb lifestyle. Our experts crafted this go-to snack or small meal with 30 g of protein to fuel your day and keep you fuller longer, helping you tone up and get lean!

 

• No Gluten

• No Soy

No Added Sugar

 

» 30 g Protein

» 4 g Net Carbs

» 1 g Sugars

» 21 Vitamins & Minerals

Free Of
Guten, soy and added sugar.

*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
Servings per Container: 4
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories150
Total Fat1 g1%
Saturated Fat0.5 g3%
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol25 mg8%
Sodium220 mg10%
Total Carbohydrate5 g2%
Dietary Fiber1 g4%
Total Sugars1 g
Added Sugars0 g0%
Protein30 g60%
Vitamin D2 mcg10%
Calcium630 mg50%
Potassium190 mg4%
Vitamin A35%
Vitamin C30%
Vitamin E30%
Vitamin K20%
Thiamin30%
Riboflavin35%
Niacin35%
Vitamin B625%
Folate (Folic Acid 170 mcg)70%
Vitamin B1240%
Biotin200%
Pantothenic Acid30%
Phosphorus35%
Iodine30%
Zinc50%
Selenium35%
Manganese20%
Chromium150%
Molybdenum40%
Chloride8%
Other Ingredients: Water, milk protein isolate, calcium caseinate. Less than 2% of: Natural & artificial flavors, sunflower oil, inulin, maltodextrin, sucralose, acesulfame potassium, cellulose gel, cellulose gum, carrageenan, and vitamin & minerals (potassium phosphate, sodium phosphate, sodium ascorbate [vit. C], sodium chloride, zinc gluconate, dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate [vit. E], niacinamide [vit. B3], manganese gluconate, calcium pantothenate [vit. B5], vitamin A palmitate, pyridoxine hydrochloride [vit. B6], thiamine hydrochloride [vit. B1], riboflavin [vit. B2], chromium chloride, folic acid [vit. B7], beta-carotene, vitamin D3, biotin [vit. B7], sodium molybdate, sodium selenite, potassium iodide, phylloquinone [vit. K1], cyanobobalamin [vit. B12]).

Contains milk ingredients.

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1. Set action-based goals

Goal setting is an essential step when learning how to start exercising again. Dedicate some time to self-exploration and determine what you hope to accomplish, and what steps you must take to get there. The problem with traditional goal setting is that it focuses on the destination without identifying a clear path forward. Setting action-based fitness goals helps ensure that you're taking baby steps forward, even on difficult days. Instead of saying you want to get back into training, think about what you can do each day to support it. Action-based goals might include:
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  • Getting to bed at a certain time and getting up earlier
  • Signing up for virtual classes for the week every Sunday
  • Drinking eight glasses of water per day for hydration
Set goals that focus on actions rather than results.

2. Start small and scale-up

Another important lesson when resuming exercise is to start small. Muscle memory is a powerful thing, and you will get back to your previous levels quickly. However, delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is also a powerful thing that can derail your initial efforts to get back on track. According to fitgid.net, the best way to get back on track is to start slow and build from there. For your first few sessions back, don't push the intensity. Keep the weights a little lighter and the movements a little slower. Instead of exhausting yourself during your first few workouts, create a strong base for improvement in the coming weeks.

3. Create schedules and routines

Everyone is experiencing schedule fluctuations and new routines. Sit down with a calendar and outline your day. Then, determine the best time of day to exercise and schedule it like an appointment. Don't be afraid to use a time audit sheet or app to see where you're potentially wasting time. Many people who feel as though they don't have time to exercise just need some help with time management.

4. Set a daily minimum

Give yourself a daily minimum for exercise. Five minutes of training may not help you burn a ton of calories or get stronger, but it will help you build a routine. On the days you don't feel like exercising, commit to completing five minutes of a workout. When the five minutes is up, push to do five more. If you decide to call it quits before the end of your workout, focus on what you've accomplished to create a positive mindset.

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How to start exercising after a break

Motivation is fleeting and won't always be there when you need it. Instead, dedicate yourself to getting back on track and sticking with it. Your body and your mind will thank you!
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