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Carbs and Fiber in Zone Perfect Vanilla Energy Shake

Food Item: Zone Perfect French Vanilla Energy Shake
Food Quantity: 1 serving
Carbs: 31g
Dietary Fiber: 4g
Net Carbs: 27g

Zone Perfect Vanilla Energy Shake and Diet

The Zone Diet by Barry Sears, is one of the least restrictive low carb diet plans, advising 40 percent of daily calories from carbs - about 120 grams of carbs on a 1200-calorie diet. The Zone Diet is not a ketogenic diet. Zone Diet foods and food products, like Zone Perfect Vanilla Energy Shake, are designed as lower carb options to help you stay 'in the Zone.' For other low carbohydrate tips, see low carb eating advice. According to weight loss trials comparing various weight loss plans, low carb diets like the Zone and Atkins offer several benefits including, better control of blood glucose levels, and faster initial weight loss than lower-fat diets, while longer term health risks of low carb diets have yet to be established. But if you want to restrict your daily carb intake, choosing Zone Diet friendly foods, like Zone Perfect Vanilla Energy Shake, will help.

For more details, see Zone Diet low carb foods, see below.

Note: Nutritional values in some Zone Diet foods might vary, so the above carbohydrate details for Zone Perfect Vanilla Energy Shake are intended as a guideline only.


Zone Diet Low Carb Foods
Beef Jardiniere - Beef Lentil Soup - Chicken Dijon - Chicken Gumbo - Vegetarian Chili - Apple Cinnamon Bar
Blueberry Yogurt Bar - Chocolate Energy Bar - Chocolate Mint Bar - Chocolate Peanut Butter Bar
Fudge Graham Bar - Lemon Yogurt Bar - Strawberry Yogurt Bar - Chocolate Drink - Chocolate Shake Mix
Vanilla Nutrition Shake - Vanilla Shake Mix - Soy/Whey Protein Powder - Pancake and Waffle Mix

 



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