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Dark Chocolate Shake

Beyond Dark Chocolate Shake is a high-antioxidant meal replacement that is formulated with the perfect combination of the world's finest ingredients optimized to help you achieve your nutrition goals, lose weight, and stay fit.

Retail: $84.99 / Subscribe + Save: $64.99

Key Benefits

  • High-antioxidant meal replacement – only 90 calories per serving!
  • Fitness grade pure whey protein isolate (10g per serving)
  • Supports weight loss and nutrition goals
  • Good source of prebiotic soluble fiber
  • Power-packed with antioxidants from cocoa, acai and blueberry powders

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Dark Chocolate Shake

  • TYPE OF PROTEINPure Whey Protein Isolate
  • ANTIOXIDANTSCACAO, ACAI, BLUEBERRY
  • ORAC6 PER SCOOP52,300
  • Vitamins and minerals Yes
  • Calories per serving 90
  • MEAL REPLACEMENTYES
  • HEALTHY CHOCOLATE™YES
  • DIRECTIONS1 Scoop + 8 Oz. Water

AMAZON'S LEADING BRAND

  • TYPE OF PROTEINWhey Protein concentrate
  • ANTIOXIDANTSNONE
  • ORAC6 PER SCOOP15,025
  • Vitamins and mineralsYes
  • calories per serving290
  • MEAL REPLACEMENTNO
  • HEALTHY CHOCOLATENO
  • DIRECTIONS2 scoops + 8 Oz Water

Behind The Science: Free Radicals

It's no mystery we are suffering from a major obesity problem. Surprisingly, a major component of the obesity problem may be a free radical problem. Free radicals are <q>rogue</q> molecules that rob electrons from other molecules, which, in turn, become free radicals and <q>pinball</q> around the body, creating a continuous cycle of damage and destruction to our bodies’ cells, tissue and organs. The end results of free radical damage are some of today's obvious health problems—we are overweight, we look terrible, we feel terrible and we are simply less healthy.

Multiple studies confirm that free radicals can lead to weight gain. For instance, researchers from the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University found a direct correlation between oxidative stress (free radical damage) and increased obesity. Authors of the study stated, <q>Obesity</q>, as measured by body mass index (BMI), is independently associated with oxidative stress and confirms recent data.” (Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology. 2003;23:365.)

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Antioxidants Protect and Prevent

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