One of the current dietary conversations is about a Keto Diet. Here’s response to the often-asked question: Can I use Shaklee Products while I’m following these keto-friendly protocols? The answer is YES.
Here’s another Question: “Why doesn’t Shaklee specifically label these products Keto-friendly?” Here’s a helpful PS from an experienced consumer. :
“I cannot imagine Shaklee ever having a shake that is specifically branded toward a certain nutrition trend/fad. However, for someone who is Keto they most certainly consume MANY foods that are not specifically Keto branded. No such thing as KetoBacon, KetoVeggies, KetoMeat…but they still consume all those things. Shaklee’s Shakes, with an exception of just a couple that are designed for specific athletic recovery such as Physique/Build+/BioBuild, can fit very well into our customer’s nutrition plans who follow Keto guidelines. The main concern of Keto is keeping carbs/sugars minimum to none. The Build Whey protein and the Lifeshake both meet the standard for many Keto folks I know as the carbs are 3g and 8-10g respectively. And many who are looking for quality protein powder are willing to use their limited daily carbs toward a protein shake.”
Here’s official reply from the Shaklee Blog:
Note the last sentence in the blog: “If you do decide to try the keto diet, one good thing is you can continue to use Shaklee while you’re on it. Our no-added-sugar Life Shake™ can be used as a keto-friendly meal.”
Here is the LifeShake_FAQ_Eng. From this sheet (Page 2):
- IS LIFE SHAKE™ KETO-COMPATIBLE? Yes.
Here are some of the other highlights from this FAQ:
- IS LIFE SHAKE™ LOW GLYCEMIC? Yes. All Shaklee 180® products, including Life Shake, are
- IS LIFE SHAKE™ KOSHER? Yes.
- IS LIFE SHAKE™ VEGAN? Yes.
- IS LIFE SHAKE™ GLUTEN FREE? Yes.
- IS LIFE SHAKE™ LACTOSE FREE AND DAIRY FREE? Yes.
- DOES LIFE SHAKE™ CONTAIN ANY ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS, SWEETENERS, OR PRESERVATIVES? No.
If you have questions or hear of others trying a keto-friendly diet, you can assure them that the Shaklee products are a totally compatible companion.
See also Sugar & Glycemic Index
And here’s a helpful resource if you’re looking to manage blood sugar or diabetes.