Advocare Shake Review

Advocare Meal Replacement Shake Review

Advocare meal replacement shakes have been around for a while now.  So I thought it was about time that I had a taste test.  Here’s what I found out:

PRICE:  B-

You can get 14 servings of Advocare shakes for about $45.  That comes to about $3.20 per meal.  That’s a little bit on the higher end of meal replacement shakes.  Yes, you are getting a quality shake, but the price is a little hard to swallow for someone on a tight budget.

TASTE:  B+

Advocare comes in four different flavors: chocolate mocha, chocolate, vanilla, and berry.  Since chocolate is a common flavor for most meal replacement shakes, I decided to see how Advocare compared. I have to say that I liked it.  Even though it’s a thick shake, it goes down smooth.  Overall, it definitely wasn’t as tasty as some other shakes, but it still held its own.

APPETITE BLOCKER:  A

The 5 to 6 grams of fiber in Advocare shakes really help to block your appetite.  It also has 24 grams of protein, which is high for any meal replacement shake out there.  That extra helping of protein will keep you feeling full for hours longer than most shakes.  So drink one of these and you’re set without having to constantly snack throughout the day.

NUTRITIONAL VALUE:  B

Advocare has a lot of good things going for it.  It’s packed with over 26 vitamins and minerals.  It’s low in sodium and low in fat.  It also has over 50% of the daily value of calcium.  There are some negatives though.  It’s pretty high in calories (220 per serving) and high in sugar (12 grams per servings). Those two things definitely ding the shake’s nutritional value.

Overall, Advocare is a middle of the road meal replacement shake.  It’s definitely not the best kind that’s out there, but it’s not the worst either.

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  • Steve May 4, 2014 at 7:29 am

    As I write this, I’m on day 29 of the Advocare 24 day challenge (I’ve kept going after the challenge ended) and I’ve lost 15 lbs in 29 days. The beauty of Advocare is it’s portability. I live out of a suitcase and other weight loss programs just aren’t made for traveling. I have followed the Advocare plan with an almost religious dedication to the program and the results have been astonishing even to me. The only downside of Advocare is the cost. I love the shakes and other products (especially Spark), but I need to rob a bank to keep it going. The bottom line is that as with any diet, if you follow it to the letter and maintain food discipline, it works.

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    • Steve K July 4, 2014 at 8:30 am

      Steve,
      If the price is too high for you, all you have to do is get to the 40% discount and the products will be more affordable and if you start sharing with others, your product wont cost you anything!!

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  • Michael Scott February 15, 2014 at 2:06 pm

    I have had several different brands. Of all that I have had, AdvoCare’s MRS and EAS’s MRS have Been the most satisfying and flavorful. I am now an AdvoCare Independent Distributor, so I no longer use EAS but I believe it is a great alternative.

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