Meal replacement can be one of the menu options when you want to lose weight, because the calorie and nutritional content are already measured.

Diet substitutes are usually low in calories, low in sugar, but dense in nutrients such as protein and high in fiber.

Meal substitutes can be consumed as a substitute for breakfast and or dinner.

  • Superfoods

    • Chia Seeds

Source of DHA, rich in antioxidants, fiber, iron and calcium. Help reducing appetite and weight, lowering cholesterol and lowering blood sugar level.

    • Flax Seeds

Execellent source of vitamin and mineral. Flax seed also contain lignans, a type of antioxidants found in some types of fiber.

    • Quinoa Seeds

Quinoa seeds can be black, red and white. The red quinoa contains more nutrient (high of antioxidant),  has heavier texture compared to white and also has “nutty” mouthfeel.

White quinoa has light flavor and texture.

Black quinoa has “earthier” flavor and taste sweeter than white quinoa.

    • Oat

Oats are a Gluten-free whole grain and contain important vitamins, minerals and fiber. Also contain large amounts of beta-glucan, a type of soluble fiber. Oats help lower cholesterol levels, aid digestion and improve metabolism.

  • Multigrains

    • Soy Bean

Contains a high concentration of isoflavones, which is good for hearth health and maintenance of bone health in post-menopausal women

    • Mung Bean

Rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber. Reduce your risk of heart disease and diabetes

    • Red Bean

Red bean can help balances sugar levels and reduce the risk of diabetes. Also, improves digestion because the fiber content in red bean. Low-fat and high of protein content.

    • Barley

Rich source of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Improves skin, hair and digestion health.

    • Black Soy Bean

Black soybean contain anthocyanin, the type of antioxidants. It helps prevent the free radical in body and relieve the damage body cell

    • Red Rice

Rich in iron and vitamin, which is good for skin health. The fiber content in red rice, help lowering the risk of obesity

    • Sesame Seeds

This tiny seeds rich in essential oil which is good for body’s health. Contain 15% saturated fat, 41% polyunsaturated fat and 39% monounsaturated fat.  They’re lowering cholesterol level

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