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Meal Replacement Drinks

Whether you're maintaining your current weight or dropping a couple of kilos, meal replacement drinks are easy to prepare and nutritious. They provide adequate calories, nutrients and protein for an afternoon snack or a meal substitute. Likewise, they are available as meal replacement shakes, smoothies and other types of drinks in multiple flavours to supplement your weight loss or maintenance plan diet.

Coffee Meal Replacement Drinks

A favourite morning or all-day beverage, coffee meal replacement drinks are available in containers and sachets of instant coffee that contain vitamins and trace minerals. Benefits include cholesterol reduction, improved blood circulation and increased energy while controlling your appetite. Moreover, as the replacement drink helps you slim down you can enjoy the aroma of roasted coffee beans. Manufacturers develop these weigh-control blends by adding specific extracts that help convert fat into energy. They recommend pairing replacement drinks with regular exercise.

Shake Meal Replacement Drinks

Without giving up a favourite flavour such as chocolate or vanilla, you can prepare a meal replacement shake that you mix with skim or low-fat milk. It provides dietary fibre and a mix of high-protein, low-carb ingredients. While these shakes curb hunger, they improve your mental and physical performance while you lose weight. Furthermore, both non-vegetarian and vegan formulas are available in quantity choices to last from one to three months or more.

Smoothie Meal Replacement Drinks

For a refreshing pick-me-up, meal replacement smoothies are available in familiar flavours, such as strawberry, mango and banana. Most are free of artificial sweeteners and fillers and include whole rather than processed foods. You can mix the drinks with water and keep one chilled in the refrigerator so it's ready for your next meal. To gain the maximum benefit, manufacturers suggest consuming one drink at breakfast and lunch and eating a regular dinner consisting of a protein-rich meat and recommended vegetables.

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