If you can’t get through the day without that caffeine fix and are looking for healthier alternatives to straight coffee, this Naturade coffee protein shake is the perfect fit for you!
This delicious protein-packed shake is all you need before heading out the door in the morning to start your day off right. It’s a healthy breakfast and lightly sweet drink all in one.
Here is what you will need to make the Shake:
- 1 cup Almond Milk
- 1-2 scoops of Naturade Weight Loss Shake (Vanilla)
- 1 tablespoon of Instant Coffee
- 15 Ice cubes (optional)
- Sweetener of your choice
- Nutmeg & Cinnamon – add as much as you desire to taste
Enjoy this creamy shake on your way to work or while relaxing on a weekend morning. It will give you just the right amount of kick you need to get going with your active day!
Hi! How this product can expose me to lead? There is that warning on the bag and I’m worried about.
Proposition 65 affects all consumer products sold or distributed in California, including textiles, footwear, hard goods, DIY products, toys, juvenile products, stationery, electrical/electronic items, foodstuff and more. Prop 65 is a consumer “right-to-know law”. California’s Proposition 65, also called the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, was enacted in 1986. Proposition 65 requires businesses to notify Californians about amounts of chemicals in the products they purchase, in their homes or workplaces, or that are released into the environment. By providing this information, Proposition 65 enables Californians to make informed decisions about protecting themselves from exposure to these chemicals.
Certain listed naturally occurring chemicals, such as lead, cadmium, mercury, and arsenic (the four most common heavy metals found in food) are naturally occurring in the environment in the air, soil and water. As a result, these types of chemicals can be found in commonly eaten foods (like fruits and vegetables) and throughout the food supply even though they are not intentionally added to foods or nutritional supplements. Practically all foods contain certain levels of one or more of the substances listed by the State of California. Products containing plants and minerals all are well-known to contain substances that exceed those allowed exposures on the Prop 65 list. Prop 65 has inadvertently affected dietary supplements and herbal ingredients which naturally contain very low levels of certain elements commonly found in soil, plants, and water – a common example is lead.
Our products fall well below the nationally and internationally recognized safety levels for Heavy Metal content.
The State of California requires this warning for any product sold or distributed in California that could result in a consumer ingesting more than 0.5 mcg of lead in a day.
As an example, here’s a look at the average naturally occurring lead counts in some common foods:
24x higher lead-count than the Prop 65 limit:
Italian salad dressing — 12.2 mcg
Roasted mixed nuts (no peanuts) — 10.2 mcg Fried beef liver — 9.0 mcg
16 x higher lead-count than the Prop 65 limit:
Fresh, boiled brussel sprouts — 7.9 mcg
Fresh, baked sweet potato — 7.2 mcg
Boiled spinach — 7.0 mcg
Dry table wine — 6.8 mcg
8 x higher lead-count than the Prop 65 limit:
Raw avocado — 4.5 mcg
Honey — 4.5 mcg
Raw watermelon — 4.5 mcg
Raisin bran cereal — 4.1 mcg
Dried raisins — 3.5 mcg
Cottage cheese (4% milk fat) — 3.4 mcg
Raw cucumber — 3.4 mcg
Raw peach — 3.4 mcg
Granola cereal — 3.0 mcg
Raw red apple — 2.6 mcg
We hope this information is helpful.
Need recipes for non fat milk
Hello Ana, If you visit our website and click the link at the very top that says recipes you will find a great deal of fantastic recipe ideas for your shake.
Why are vertically NO recipes for:
NATURADE PLANT BASED WEIGHT LOSS HIGH PROTEIN SHAKE/Vanilla Crème??
Hello Pat, If you visit our website and click the link at the very top that says recipes you will find a great deal of fantastic recipe ideas for your shake.