Our expert says:
Good to hear from you and Eva! and that you are steadily losing weight. For me to be able to evaluate the Annique shake for you, I need to know what weight of powder is listed to contain those nutrients. Is it per 5 g scoop or per tablespoon (15g) or what? I can't imagine that the shake only contains 17 kcal per 100g??? If you look at the macronutrients, then carbs and protein = 6 + 3.8 = 9.8 gram x 4 = 39,2 kcal and 2.7 g fat x 9 = 24.3 kcal, so a total of 63.5 kcal probably per 12.5 g. Is this a portion which you add to the fat-free milk? So please post a new question and let me know the portion of the shake powder that contains these nutrients if you would like me to evaluate it for you. However, if this shake tastes good when mixed with fat-free milk, then it is probably worth the higher price because many Readers complain that the shakes they use for various purposes (weightloss, muscle building, post-op nutrition, etc), do not taste good. So a tasty shake is valuable.
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