HMR 800 Diet Shake Reviews 2017

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Protein Quality:
3.0/5
Appetite Suppressant:
3.9/5
Taste:
4.8/5
Value:
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HMR 800 Diet Shake Reviews 2017
Product overview
2016 HMR 880 shake reviews
Protein type
Milk
Price
$2.13 / serving

Ingredients (Mouse over ingredients to read details)

* Color guide: GOODNEUTRALCONTROVERSIAL
    &Nutritive Sweeteners: Contains milk, eggs, soy
    SOURCE: www.hmrprogram.com 12/20/13

    Summary

    HMR 800 claims it is medically supervised and engineered to help those that are obese. The validity of those claims makes us a bit uneasy, and haven’t been able to verify the veracity, so instead we have taken a look at their ingredients to find out if they at least have some quality points.

    At first glance, there is soy, artificial ingredients, and sucralose. The trifecta of bad when it comes to meal replacement shakes is found right up front, and that’s just the beginning. The overall blend features high sugar, and calories that are derived from fat, which is not conducive to weight loss plans.

    Ingredients

    Saccharin  Saccharin is a sulfa-based sweetener; its primary ingredient is benzoic sulfimide.  So what the heck is that and more importantly is it harmful?
    Let’s begin with the reported side effects: For those with sulfa allergies, saccharin may cause nausea, diarrhea, skin problems or other allergy-related symptoms.
    Concerns: Early safety studies of saccharin showed the sweetener caused bladder cancer in rats. The FDA recently lifted the requirement that saccharin be labeled as a probable carcinogen on food packaging.
    The link between saccharin and bladder cancer has contributed to saccharin being the most investigated of all artificial sweeteners. To date, no connection between saccharin andbladder cancer in humans has been proven.
    We encourage you to test yourself.  Simply try switching out this artificial sweetener for all-natural alternative (agave syrup, stevia, etc) and you might feel better.

    Sucrose or table sugar.  Once thought to be an innocuous indulgence sugar is now being viewed as the american cancer.  In “The New Sugar Busters,” the authors contend that sugar makes it difficult to lose weight. Sugar consumption results in an increase in insulin, which promotes the storage of sugar in the liver and muscles. Insulin interferes with the breakdown of glycogen–sugar stored in the liver–and triglycerides, also known as fat. This disturbance makes it difficult to lose weight, as even low levels of insulin inhibit fat breakdown.
    Artificial Flavors The search for “natural” sources of chemicals often requires that a manufacturer go to great lengths and expenses to obtain a given chemical. For this reason, synthetically produced flavors are frequently used in foods and beverages. Artificial flavors have been known to cause an array of health problems such as chest pain, headaches, fatigue, nervous system depression, allergies, brain damage, seizures, nausea, dizziness and many more.

    Conclusion

    Overall HMR 800 is less than ideal when it comes to replacing a meal, and is not preferable overall. Fillers and controversial ingredients are high on the ingredient list and “Dry Milk” as your core engine and or  protein is a bit shaky in our opinion.  Even with 16 grams of protein, 20 grams of sugar, and less than ideal vitamins and minerals, you are not going to get the benefits of a meal with just this shake.

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    1. Janet

      I bought this shake having no clue what was in it. After finding out I stopped. You should be able to trust that if a company says a shake is healthy it should be but that’s not the way it is!

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