Labrada Lean Body Diet Shake Reviews 2017

Labrada lean body shake reviews 2017
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Labrada Lean Body Diet Shake Reviews 2017
Product overview
Labrada lean body shake reviews 2017
Protein type
Whey/Soy
Price
$3.50/serving

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    Summary

    Labrada Lean Body differentiates themselves from the rest of the marketplace by stating that they are not meant for weight loss. With that in mind, it’s important to note that this shake is designed to help build muscle and get lean body tone as the name implicates.

    A quick glance at the label will tell you what’s inside, and the caloric number may catch you off guard. The calories are 330 per serving, and around triple the calories that others in the meal replacement market offer.

    Ingredients

    Soy – In our opinion, soy is not an ideal protein source, as there are a lot of alternatives out there. Recent studies have linked soy proteins to thyroid issues, food allergies, danger for pregnant or nursing women, immune system problems, and much more.

    Sucralose – What’s in it: Sucralose is a synthetic additive created by chlorinating sugar. Manufacturers say the chlorine in sucralose is no different from that in table salt. Fact: the chemical structure of the chlorine in sucralose is almost the same as that in the now-banned pesticide DDT.  Several grocery and retail chains nationwide have taken note and have banned any products containing sucralose in them, the latest being Whole Foods.  Several watchdog groups are up in arms over artificial sweeteners like sucralose suggesting research on it’s safety is flawed and doesn’t account for how long-term use of the additives may impact health.  Reported side effects: Head and muscle aches, stomach cramps and diarrhea, bladder issues, skin irritation, dizziness and inflammation.   Concerns: Research has shown sucralose can cause shrinking of the thymus gland, an important immune system regulator, and liver and kidney dysfunction. A recent study by Duke University found sucralose reduces healthy intestinal bacteria, which are needed for proper digestion and can impact the effectiveness of prescription and other drugs.

    Acesulfame potassium What’s in it: Acesulfame-K is a potassium salt containing methylene chloride, a known carcinogen. Reported side effects: Long term exposure to methylene chloride can cause nausea, headaches, mood problems, impairment of the liver and kidneys, problems with eyesight and possibly cancer. Acesulfame-K may contribute to hypoglycemia. Concerns: Of all artificial sweeteners, acesulfame-K has undergone the least scientific scrutiny. Early studies showed a potential link between the sweetener and development of multiple cancers in laboratory animals. Acesulfame potassium is a calorie-free sugar substitute, also known as Acesulfame K or Ace K. In the U.S., it is used in such products as candies, baked goods, frozen desserts, beverages, dessert mixes and tabletop sweeteners. The FDA, which is the governmental agency responsible for ensuring the safety of all foods, has approved acesulfame potassium for use in numerous food products.

    Fructose – Fructose is a monosaccharide (simple sugar), which the body can use for energy. Because it does not cause blood sugar rise tremendously (has a low glycemic index), it was once thought that fructose was a good substitute for sucrose (table sugar). However, the American Diabetes Association and nutritional experts have changed their minds about this.  When too much fructose enters the liver, the liver can’t process it all fast enough for the body to use as sugar. Instead, it starts making fats from the fructose and sending them off into the bloodstream as triglycerides (you can actually gain weight).

    Conclusion

    Labrada Lean Body offers 40 grams of protein per shake, which is a hefty amount, however, the blend they are utilizing contains soy protein. Furthermore, this blend is riddled with controversial ingredients, fillers, and sweeteners. As such, this may not be optimal for weight loss, meal replacement, but may be for body builders that need calories and protein in one.

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