How (and why) to make the perfect Super Shake.

How (and why) to make the perfect Super Shake. [Infographic]
Delicious liquid meals that save time, nourish and satisfy.

By Dr John Collier

If you are anything like me you might find it hard to get your nutrition in on a very busy work schedule. I don’t have the time to sit and eat breakfast at 6am before I go to work. Then I have to feed the kids and get them ready for school. And after that I have to let the cat in and feed her. Everybody else get fed first. And before you know it the time to leave the house and crept up on you! The other issue is then when I’m travelling around the country. I might be getting a train to Dublin at 6am or leaving in the car to be somewhere by 9am. Breakfast is always my challenge and I’m sure it is for everyone else too. So here is one of my tips:- a healthy shake

Something you can tote in the car or a knapsack, that doesn’t require cutlery, napkins, or a fancy tablecloth.

Something healthy, packed full of nutrients — fruits and vegetables, lean protein, and healthy fats. And easy.

Meet the Super Shake.

It’s a meal in a glass — high-quality liquid nutrition that gives you everything you need in a convenient, portable, delicious package.

Print this and stick this to your fridge — then blend, sip, and repeat.

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Happy blending!

Want to take these tips everywhere? Click here for a fully printable version of this infographic.

This is just one of the tips or techniques you learn on our Nutrition for Life programme. We are opening the programme on the 20th of July to a limited number of people. Follow the link above to find out more information or to sign up to our Pre-sale list. This will give you the opportunity to register 24hrs before anyone else and also gives you a 20% discount off the programme!

Don’t forget to check out our healthy meals on www.lifekitchen.ie where a lot of the confusion around healthy eating is done for you so you can get on with the important things in your life!

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