Low GI foods are broken down slowly,
trickling glucose into your system over
time, providing a stable energy level.
On the other hand, high GI foods cause
sudden spike in your blood glucose,
which leads to peaks and troughs in
energy. When your blood glucose insulin
move up and down rapidly or stay high
it disrupts your natural blood glucose
balance. Over time, this can lead to
your body having trouble responding to
your blood glucose levels, which may
contribute to insulin resistance.
HIGH IN PROTEIN
A high protein shake can help suppress
hunger and appetite and helps you to
feel fuller for longer. Protein can boost
your metabolism which can help you
burn more energy. High protein intake
can help prevent against muscle loss.
Each serving provides the equivalent
protein of 2 eggs.
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OF WHICH SUGAR
OF WHICH SATURATED
OF WHICH MONOUNSATURATED
OF WHICH POLYUNSATURATED
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Meal Replacement: 2 Scoops mixed with
water or milk.
Snack:1 Scoop mixed with water, milk,
porridge or smoothie.
Not recommended for pregnant,
breastfeeding mothers and children below