Do you ever find yourself pressed for time and run out the door hungry? I hate it when I do that to myself. That’s when I am tempted to grab fast food (Chipotle or Panera) or the worst is going to the grocery store while hungry. Never do that! It’s not a good plan!
It’s important to give your body good nutrition every day and Young Living’s meal replacements are one of the quickest, easiest ways to get balanced nutrition.
Young Living has created three types of meal replacements to meet a variety of needs. Power Meal is a vegetarian option that’s high in protein, while Pure Protein Complete is a good, basic vanilla whey protein powder. Balance Complete is an ideal everyday choice that can be used as a complete meal replacement.
Here’s what I do for quick nutrition:
I just add a few ounces of NingXia Red and 2 scoops of Pure Protein Complete to my shaker cup and top off with water. Shake, shake! I am good to go and out the door! If I have more time, I blend frozen berries, almond milk or water, Pure Protein Complete, and sometimes, a handful of spinach. That combination is delightful and very satisfying.
So, how do you know which meal replacement is right for you?
Use the comparison chart below to help you decide which one is best for you.
|Power Meal||Balance Complete||Pure Protein Complete|
|Serving Size||52 grams||52 grams||45 grams|
|Usage||Vegetarian solution for a filling snack or as a complete meal replacement||For use as a filling snack or as a complete meal replacement||Ideal for use as a snack or to supplement protein intake|
|Protein Sources||Brown rice||Whey (dairy derived)||Whey (dairy derived)|
|Protein Per Serving||20.6 grams||11 grams||20 grams|
|Fiber Per Serving||7.1 grams total3.2 grams insoluble||11.02 grams total2.27 grams insoluble||5 grams total0.1 grams insoluble|
|Total Fat||3.32 grams||6.17 grams||2.85 grams|
|Saturated Fat||1.1 grams||2.78 grams||1.27 grams|
|Carbohydrates||24.2 grams||26.11 grams||16.68 grams|