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Shake it up

Trying to hit your healthy weight? Help is at hand


hen it comes to losing weight, it can seem as though life has an annoying habit of wedging itself in the way. From our endless to-do lists to juggling friends and family, it can be hard to find time to conjure up that nutritious breakfast and ultra-healthy packed lunch. But luckily there is an easy answer that you can whip up in two shakes (literally).


Almased is a meal replacement shake with a major difference. It’s made with three natural ingredients – soya, yogurt and honey – is free from artificial flavours, fillers and preservatives, and has 25 years of scientific research behind it1. Packed with 34g protein per serving*to help you feel full, Almased (in conjunction with an active lifestyle), can help you to reduce body fat without loss of essential muscle mass**.


When used to replace two daily meals, Almased is proven to be more successful in contributing to weight loss vs a fat-restricted low-calorie diet†3. And the good news? The Almased diet plan means that after the first few days you can still eat a normal, balanced (scrummy!) meal, knowing that life, the universe and everything hasn’t got in the way of your weight-loss goals.


On top of being a handy back up when you’re strapped for time to rustle up a healthy meal, Almased makes a great protein-packed post-gym shake. As well as the original 500g tub, new single serving sachets have just launched – ideal for your gym bag or desk drawer. Plus, for easy mixing, there’s the Almased Shaker Spiral Wire Whisk – a 500ml carry cup with a built-in spiral wire, so you can create a perfectly smooth shake, on the go. Easy.


If you have a medical condition, speak to a GP or healthcare professional before embarking on a new exercise regime.

Go nuts

Try this delicious breakfast shake – simply mix in a blender and enjoy…


200ml semi-skimmed milk

50g Almased

1tbsp walnut oil

1tbsp walnuts


For more on the Almased range, visit

*34g protein when mixed with low-fat milk. **Deibert, P et al (2004). Intl. Journal of Obesity; 28(10):1349-52. König, D et al (2008). Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism; 52(1):74-78.


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