The Well Being Shake is a healthy, nutritious drink that contains many valuable ingredients. You can make it quickly and easily wherever you are – at work, at school, in the gym, or on the road. the Well Being Shake completes your diet with components that are often lacking for various reasons. These include:
• The seasonality of certain fruit and vegetables (kale, watermelon, etc).
• Exotic fruits unavailable because they’re difficult to transport (passionfruit, acai, etc).
• Taste (green tea, green coffee, kale, broccoli, spinach, etc).
• A lack of knowledge of how to prepare tasty meals using them (goji, kale, green coffee, etc).
The Well Being Shake is based on a pure soy protein isolate (which is both healthy and safe). This is a wholesome composition of freeze-dried extracts of 14 fruits and vegetables. Freeze-drying is regarded today as the best method of preserving food, as it retains the most natural flavour, aroma, colour and nutritional value, and precludes the need for artificial preservatives. The ingredients for our new shake have been very carefully and specially selected with regards to the metabolic needs of the human body.
Who’s it for?
For everyone: the shakes contain a large amount of protein, which fuels our bodies and causes us to feel full for longer. Protein provides for better recovery of the organism, and contains amino acids that contribute to the improved appearance of your hair, skin and nails.
For people on a diet: the Well Being Shake offers a balanced meal that’s low on the Glycemic Index and has only a small number of calories – very important when we want to lose those extra kilograms.
For people practising sport: the Well Being Shake is great for consumption after training, as it accelerates muscle regeneration and fat reduction.
For busy people: it’s also a healthy, tasty alternative to traditional meals and frequently reached-for unhealthy snacks (fast food, chocolate bars and crisps, etc).
Raspberries (40% ellagic acid) – The health-promoting effect of raspberries has been known since ancient times. Raspberries contain simple sugars, organic acids – including phenolic acids – and essential oils that have warming and antiseptic properties. They are a rich source of mucus compounds, pectins, anthocyanins, vitamins, macro- and micronutrients, and minerals. Thanks to the presence of potassium, raspberry supports the heart’s function, while its iron and phosphorus content has a beneficial effect on red blood cells and its magnesium regenerates the nervous system. Raspberries have been used in folk medicine for centuries, but only in recent years have the beneficial effects of the ellagic acid contained in raspberries been confirmed. Ellagic acid is a simple phenol which has been investigated by researchers interested in its anti-cancerous activity and antiviral properties. Raspberries are also a rich source of compounds with antioxidant properties, mainly in the form of polyphenols (phenolic acids, flavonoids with anthocyanins), vitamins A and C, and tocopherols, carotenoids, organic acids, calcium, selenium, and many others. They are also a source of macro and micro elements, including potassium, magnesium, zinc, copper, manganese and iron. The fibre (7%), pectins and mucilage contained in raspberries all have a beneficial effect on the digestive system.
Acai berries – The Acai berry grows in rainforests and is considered by the people of the Brazilian Amazon as a necessary component in the maintenance of health and vitality. It is also said that acai is the secret to the longevity of the indigenous people of Brazil. The acai fruit contains fatty acids that are high in fibre and protein, including 19 amino acids. It also contains fat-soluble vitamins A and E, B vitamins and antioxidants. Scientific research has focused on the antioxidant potential of polyphenols contained in the acai. Every day, all of the cells in the human body have to deal with around 10,000 attacks from reactive forms of oxygen, called free radicals. The progressive destruction of the whole system by the continuous biochemical attacks of free radicals has been thoroughly documented in numerous studies. But scientific evidence shows that polyphenols in berries with antioxidant properties prevent many degenerative diseases, from cancer and atherosclerosis to abnormal blood glucose control and lipid metabolism. And recently-published scientific evidence confirms the strong antioxidant properties of acai berries in particular.
Goji berries – A fruit of the Tibetan wolfberry family (Lycium barbarum), originating from China. It grows in the valleys of Tibetan areas, untainted by industrial pollution. The first records of its use in natural medicine date back 2,300 years. Currently, scientific research has confirmed their high nutritional content and health benefits. They are a source of protein (18 amino acids), carbohydrates, and 5 unsaturated fatty acids from the omega 6 group, which are responsible for the production of hormones, brain functioning and the nervous system. In addition, goji are sources of vitamins B1, B2, B6 and E, as well as minerals. Furthermore, with their high content of 5 carotenoids, they also have a beneficial effect on eyesight.
Pomegranates – A rich source of vitamins A, C, E and B, as well as minerals such as calcium, silicon, iron, potassium and iodine. Pomegranates also contain fibre, organic acids and protein, and have antioxidant properties. In folk medicine, pomegranates have been used to treat heart disease, to protect blood vessels and the prostate, improve mood, rejuvenate and add vitality. They contain large amounts of organic acids, proteins, vitamins and minerals and are a source of punicic acid (Omega 5), which shows anti-aging, anti-inflammatory and anti-swelling effects. Pomegranates, in addition to containing a huge amount of antioxidants, are one of the main sources of ellagic acid (see ‘Raspberries’, above). The ellagic acid contained in pomegranates is a powerful antioxidant that strengthens the walls of skin cells, which increases their resistance and protects against free radicals.
Broccoli – Considered to be a vegetable with high nutritional and health properties. Broccoli contains vitamins and micro and macro elements such as vitamin C, β-carotene, B vitamins, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus and potassium. Broccoli is low in calories and contains protein and fibre, which promotes digestion and gives us a sense of satiation. Studies show that broccoli also has an antitumor activity and antioxidant activity.
Kale – An excellent source of vitamins K, A, C, B6, calcium, potassium, copper and manganese. Moreover, kale also contains fibre, thiamine, riboflavin, folate, iron, magnesium and phosphorus. Kale has a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system, and its high calcium and magnesium content helps build bones and protect against skeletal degeneration. Its fibre content helps with digestion, and its carotenoids (beta carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin) which work as antioxidants, slowing down the oxidative processes and contributing to the prevention of cancer. Kale actually contains a large amount of carotenoids (of yellow, orange and red colour), masked by the green chlorophyll pigment. It has an antioxidant effect and supports the body’s cleansing of toxic compounds.
Spinach – Thanks to the beta-carotene, vitamin C and lutein – all well-known antioxidants – contained in spinach, it protects cells from atherosclerosis and is indicated for anticancer diets. Spinach is also recommended for people coping with stress, as it is a source of magnesium, which has a large impact on the functioning of the nervous system. In effect, spinach significantly reduces susceptibility to stress, shows good calming properties and also helps prevent pain and vertigo. Spinach leaves contain large amounts of pressure-lowering potassium, and the interaction between its potassium and magnesium regulates heart function. Spinach is rich in vitamin K, which plays an important role in blood clotting; B vitamins, which lower cholesterol levels, and vitamin E, which is an important help in delaying the aging process.
Extract of green tea leaves – Green tea has been known in China and Japan for thousands of years as a drink of great power. It is a powerful antioxidant that supports the immune system and counteracts the effects of aging. Green tea has a very high content of polyphenols, which are organic compounds that exhibit a potent antioxidant effect, binding the free radicals that help speed the aging process. But the polyphenols help to reduce and delay the signs of aging, while supporting vitality at the same time. Green tea also helps the circulatory system, helps to prevent the destruction of cells, and also supports the body’s own immunities. Studies in England conducted by researchers from the University of Birmingham have shown that green tea extract significantly enhances the fat-burning process while at rest. It also has a great effect on the body in the fight against overweightness and obesity.
Blueberries – Native Americans first discovered the healing properties of blueberries, preparing preserves and concentrates from them, and using them as a panacea. In the Middle Ages, blueberries were used in Europe to treat poisoning, and even typhoid. Later, during World War II, blueberries were found to have an effect on blood vessels and became important in ophthalmology. This was proved by pilots in the war, who after consuming berries and jams could see better when flying at night. Blueberries are a source of necessary nutrition for our bodies. They are rich in anthocyanins, tannins and resveratrol dietary fibre, vitamins A, C, B₁, B₂, B₃ (PP), folic acid, iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc, manganese and chromium. We should especially highlight their high anthocyanin content, which serves as powerful antioxidants.
Apples – Vitamin C, B vitamins, beta carotene, vitamins E and K, pectin, quercetin, minerals and antioxidants are all found in apples. As part of the daily diet, apples show numerous health benefits. Thanks to their pectin content, they inhibit absorption of fat in the small intestine and help lower levels of bad cholesterol in the blood. The antioxidants and vitamins A and E contained in apples have a good effect on our skin, slowing down the aging process, and improving skin tone and blood supply. Vitamin C and zinc support the functioning of the immune system. And due to the high fibre content in apples, they’re also recommended in weight loss treatments as they fill-up the stomach and help satiate the appetite.
Bitter orange – One of the world’s top sources of vitamin C, as well as polyphenols, anthocyanins, and powerful antioxidants, B vitamins and minerals such as phosphorus, iron, sodium and selenium. Bitter oranges also contain folic acid, which is needed for proper brain functioning; magnesium, which regulates blood pressure, and potassium, which supports the normal functioning of the cardiovascular system and electrolyte balance.
Mango – A fruit originating from India, where it is known as the Fruit of the Gods. In some parts of India, and at certain times of year, mango is the main (or only!) source of food for the poor. Due to the high nutritional value of this fruit – it contains about 17% carbohydrates – it is a great source of vitamins and minerals, especially vitamins A and C (containing twice as much as citrus fruit). Mango is also considered one of the richest sources of copper, is involved in the production of red blood cells and fibre, and lowers cholesterol levels in the blood.
Watermelon – A delicious fruit originating from the central and southern regions of Africa, where it grows in the wild. In folk medicine, it has been used for treating gout, liver irritation and difficulty in urination. Watermelon pulp is approximately 92% water, carbohydrates and fibre. It also contains vitamin A (beta-carotene) and vitamin C, and to a lesser extent vitamins B1, B2, B5 and B6. The minerals in watermelon include magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, copper and manganese. Watermelon is a source of lycopene and glutathione, valuable antioxidants and citrulline, which stimulates the bodies natural immunities. And due to its high water content, watermelon is a diuretic and helps cleanse the body of toxins.
Wheat fibre – Cleansed of gluten and free of any allergens or GMOs. Wheat fibre is the most effective in removing harmful intestinal deposits from the body. Among the different types of fibre, wheat fibre is characterized by the maximum absorption of water, and thus adds appropriate density and weight to the final product.
Extract of passionfruit – An aromatic fruit growing in tropical climates, passionfruits contain b-carotene, vitamin C, niacin, potassium, calcium, iron and fiberer. Studies of their beneficial health properties have already been conducted for around 100 years! These have shown that compounds belonging to three groups – alkaloids, glycosides and flavonoids – are responsible for the health-promoting action of passionfruit. Studies have also confirmed their anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and calming properties.
|Składniki / Ingredients||Zawartość w 1 porcji (30g) / |
Content in 1 portion (30g)
|Bilberry extract standardised to 25% of proanthocyanins / Ekstrakt z borówki stnadaryzowany na 25% proantocyjanów||100 mg|
|Raspberry fruit extract (40% of ellagic acid, 0.7% of anthocyanins) / Ekstrakt z owocu maliny (40% kwas elagowy, 0,7% antocyjaniny)||150 mg|
|Acai berry extract (25% of phenolic acid, 1% of anthocyanins) / Ekstrakt z jagody acai (25% kwas fenolowy, 1% antocyjaniny)||400 mg|
|Green coffee bean extract (10% of chlorogenic acids) / Ekstrakt z jagód zielonej kawy (10% kwasów chlorogenowych)||200 mg|
|Dry extract of goji berries (20% of polysaccharides) / Suchy ekstrakt z jagody goji (20% polisacharydy)||250 mg|
|Dry extract of the pomegranate fruit (40% of ellagic acid) / Suchy ekstrakt z owocu granatu (40% kwas elagowy)||250 mg|
|Broccoli extract (10% of indole-3-carbinol) / Ekstrakt z brokułu (10% indol3karbinol)||100 mg|
|Kale extract (2% of lutein) / Ekstrakt z jarmużu (2% luteiny)||100 mg|
|4:1 spinach extract / Ekstrakt 4:1 ze szpinaku||250 mg|
|4:1 extract of green tea leaves / Ekstrakt 4:1 z liści zielonej herbaty||250 mg|
|4:1 dry extract of the apple fruit / Suchy ekstrakt 4:1 z owocu jabłka||100 mg|
Bitter orange extract
|10:1 extract of the mango fruit / Ekstrakt 10:1 z owocu mango||200 mg|
|4:1 extract of the passion fruit / Ekstrakt 4:1 z owocu marakuja||150 mg|
|Watermelon fruit extract (1000 ppm lycopene) / Ekstrakt z owocu arbuza (1000 ppm likopen)||100 mg|
|Glocose / Glokoza||500 mg|
|Soy protein isolate 90% / Izolat białka sojowego 90%||15,5 g|
|Wheat fiber (gluten free) / Błonnik pszenny (bez glutenu)||3,1 g|
|Dutch cocoa GT 78 10/12% / Kakao holenderskie GT 78 10/12%||6,626 g|
30 g of Well Being Shake (3 scoops), mixed vigorously with 200 mL of water*.
One Shake prepared this way provides a balanced, healthy meal with only 66 calories.
One package contains 420 g of Well Being Shake – 14 servings.
* Water can be replaced with milk, vegetable milk or yoghurt. You can also add your favourite mixed fruits.
You can also try your Well Being Shake in other ways:
• 30 g of Well Being Shake (3 scoops) + half a banana + 200 mL of water
• 30 g of Well Being Shake (3 scoops) + half a banana + half kiwi + 200 mL of water
• 30 g of Well Being Shake (3 scoops) + 200 mL of natural yoghurt + your favourite fruit.