Formula 1 Shake Mix
Formula 1 free From Soya, Lactose and Gluten, is a delicious shake mix that provides protein and nutrients. This shake provides the same benefits as the original Formula 1 Shake.
Available in delicious Vanilla flavour.
Each shake is calorie-controlled, providing less than 230 calories, health-protecting antioxidants, fibre, pomegranate and blueberry and Pisane®, a vegetable protein sourced from pea. Formula 1 Free From soy, lactose and gluten contains 22 vitamins and minerals including B-vitamins, which are important to support the normal metabolism of nutrients
- Each shake contains Pisane® – a high quality vegetable protein sourced from peas.
- When mixed with 250 ml of semi-skimmed cow’s milk or soya milk, each serving of Formula 1 Free From:
- Provides 905 kJ (220 Calories) (semi-skimmed cow’s milk) or
- 958 kJ (240 Calories) (soya milk)
- Is high in protein
- Provides B-vitamins: Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), B6 & B12Contains vitamin E, Selenium and Zinc
- FREE From: Soy, Lactose and Gluten
Mix two tablespoons of powder (26 g) with 250 ml of semi-skimmed cow’s milk (1.5 % fat).
For those who wish to enjoy a lactose and gluten free shake: Mix two tablespoons (26 g) of powder with 250 ml of soya milk.
Enjoy a Formula 1 Shake every day.
Enjoy this product within a balanced and varied diet as part of a healthy, active lifestyle.
Container: 550g (21 Servings / 10 days, when using it 2 x daily)
Serving: 2x tablespoons, 1-2 times daily
F1 SHAKES: UNDERPINNED BY SCIENCE
A clinical study confirmed that a high protein diet combining Herbalife F1 shakes and F3 Personalised Protein Powder was more effective at managing weight, than limiting kilojoules alone as part of a conventional food diet.
Flechtner-Mors, M., B. O. Boehm, et al. (2010). “Enhanced weight loss with protein-enriched meal replacements in subjects with the
metabolic syndrome.” Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews 26(5): 393-405
Gluten intolerance Soy intolerance
- Occurs when the body reacts abnormally to gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and oats.
- In Europe, approx. 1 person in every 250 to 300 people has a gluten intolerance (Source: medicalnewstoday.com)
- The inability to metabolize lactose, because of a lack of the required enzyme lactase in the digestive system.
- Lactose is a sugar found naturally in milk.
- It is estimated that 75% of adults worldwide show some decrease in lactase activity during adulthood (Source: asge.co.uk)
- The inability to fully digest soy protein. Soy is found in many vegetarian products, miso soup, some chocolate and vegetable oil.
- Soy Allergy affects 300 million people worldwide (Source: Euromonitor 2011)