Have you got time?
In a perfect world we wouldn’t need a meal replacement diet. We would all have time to get home and prepare a nutritious homemade healthy meal and sit down with our family to eat.
But people in the real world are busy and have things to do. You might be on the go, rushing out of the house in the morning or working through lunch and need something nutritional to see you by.
You could be quite adventurous riding your bike through Cumbria, you won’t want to carry a full meal with you.
Or, you might not be feeling well. If you’re not up for eating a full meal a meal replacement shake would be a great way to get you by.
Or, you might be looking to diet. Using the meal replacement diet to manage your diet, giving your body enough nutrients while managing your calorie intake.
If any of these examples are you, you’re short on time to cook meals, you physically can’t manage to ear meals or your’re dieting then a meal replacement is the answer.
Should I start a meal replacement diet?
Meal replacements such as Kendalife are convenient and easy to make. It includes all of the essential vitamins and minerals your body needs and is overall a healthy lifestyle choice.
Kendalife diets work. Just ask Grant.
If you’re looking to lose weight using Kendalife we recommend you switch just 1 or 2 meals per day. Each portion has 215 calories and can be complimented with other liquids and healthy foods.
Weight loss is 75% diet, 25% exercise so it is important you get your diet right.
Our meal replacement is free from artificial sweeteners, flavourings, colours, preservatives, gluten, soya and GMOs. Each 50g serving is packed with 15g protein from whey and casein to deliver a steady release of energy.
Just mix 250ml of water with 3-4 teaspoons of powder and shake. You can prepare a weeks’ worth of Kendalife is just a few minutes.
To get a full days nutrition we recommend you have at least one healthy meal each day and the recommended 6 – 8 glasses of water.
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