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Good Meal - 1000 g

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Plant-based drink powder with different kinds of superfoods, 10 kinds of vitamins and no added sugar. It is rich in dietary fibers and protein.

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Good Meal.
Anywhere.
Anytime.

A shake packed with valuable nutrients

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13 valuable ingredients
all in one shake

The superfoods present in Good Meal are valuable nutrient sources on their own; however, consuming them together you can quickly and simply contribute to your intake of micro- and macronutrients your body needs.

*The product does not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Rice Protein

Rice protein is among the most popular types of plant-based sources of protein. On its own it does not qualify as a complete source of protein, but combined with any kind of legume proteins, for example, pea protein, it does.

Pea Protein Isolate

Pea protein isolate is also a popular plant-based source of protein not qualifying as a complete source of protein on its own, but combined with rice protein it can be regarded as complete. Rice protein is poor in lysine, but rich in sulphur amino acids (for example, cysteine, methionine), while pea protein contains a lower level of sulphur amino acids and a higher level of lysine.

Almond Flour

Almond flour is the gluten-free alternative of flours made of cereals. It has significantly lower levels of energy and carbohydrate compared to wheat flour. It is rich of monounsaturated fatty acids and is an excellent source of plant-based protein and vitamin E. It can replace wheat flour in gluten-free pastries 1:1.

Quinoa Flour

Quinoa is a pseudocereal considered as a superfood. It has a lower level of energy and carbohydrate compared to wheat flour and a higher level of fibre. It is an excellent choice for gluten-free pizza, tortilla, or other salty snacks.

Citrus Fibre

Citrus fibre is a water-soluble source of fibre. Dietary fibres reach the large intestine without being digested, where they exert their prebiotic effects by becoming nutrients for friendly bacteria. Due to its high water holding capacity, we can use citrus fibre as a thickener for both cooking and baking.

Inulin

Inulin is another type of water-soluble source of fibre usable for thickening, and due to its sweet flavour it is also applicable as a sweetener. It can be naturally found in Jerusalem artichokes, chicory (chicory coffee) and onions. Similarly to citrus fibre, inulin also is a prebiotic source of fibre.

Flaxseed Powder

Flaxseed is a popular ingredient in vegan diets since it is an excellent source of natural plant-based omega-3 fatty acids. It is much easier to digest and use in a powder format compared to consuming it as a whole seed. It is of diverse use: you can add it to your oatmeal, shakes or you can also enrich the dough of pastries with it.

Sunflower Seed Powder

The flour made from sunflower seed is particularly popular among those looking for flour alternatives not only because of the minerals and fibres contained by it, but also for being an excellent source of protein. Thanks to its mild flavour you can use it as diversely as you would use wheat flour. You can use it for cooking, baking, preparing thick soups, sauces, and dressings.

Pumpkin Seed Flour

Similarly to whole pumpkin seeds, pumpkin seed flour also contains fat soluble vitamins and essential fatty acids (plant-based omega-3 fatty acids). Consequently, consuming it regularly is especially recommended as part of a balanced and varied diet.

Acai Berry Powder

Acai berry belongs to stone fruits and is similar to blueberries not only in its looks but also in its antioxidant content. Acai berry powder is a popular ingredient of shakes and smoothies. The tiny fruit coming in powder, in a concentrated form, provides various nutrients to your diet.

Goji Berry Powder

Similarly to acai berries, goji berry powder is also popular among those consciously following a balanced diet not only because of its simple use but due to its vitamin and fibre content.

Glucomannan Flour

Glucomannan also commonly known as konjac is a superb source of fibre making it an ideal ingredient of a balanced and healthy diet. It is a water-soluble fibre able to effectively absorb water, making it a more and more popular alternative for thickening various foods.

Psyllium Husk Powder

Psyllium husk powder is another water-soluble source of fibre. It is an ideal way to contribute to our daily fibre intake by adding it to yoghurts and shakes or consuming it on its own. Similarly to glucomannan it can absorb a great amount of water and may swell to the multiple of its own weight.

13 valuable ingredients all in 1 shake

Rice Protein

Pea Protein Isolate

Almond Flour

Quinoa Flour

Citrus Fibre

Inulin

Flaxseed Powder

Sunflower Seed Powder

Pumpkin Seed Flour

Acai Berry Powder

Goji Berry Powder

Glucomannan Flour

Psyllium Husk Powder

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Ingredientes, nutrition facts

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Oat flakes flour, fat-reduced cocoa powder, rice protein 9%, pea protein isolate 7%, quinoa flour, citrus fibre, chocolate powder [cocoa mass, cocoa butter, fat-reduced cocoa powder, emulsifier: lecithins (soy), flavouring], inulin, almond flour, acai berry powder 3%, flax seed powder, sunflower seed flour, pumpkin seed flour, goji berry powder 1%, flavourings, anti-caking agent (magnesium salts of fatty acids), salt, glucomannan (from Amorphophallus konjac tuber) (contains sulphurdioxide), Psyllium husks powder (from Plantago ovata seed), sweetener (sucralose), DL-alpha-tocopheryl acetate, nicotinamide, retinyl acetate, D-pantothenate, calcium, cholecalciferol, thiaminmononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin, pteroylmonoglutamic acid, D-biotin, cyanocobala-min. Made in a plant that manufactures milk, egg, soy, peanuts, crustaceans, fish, molluscs, sulphur dioxide and nuts containing foods. This product is suitable for vegans.

Nutrition facts I Serving size: 100 g 

 

100 g

RI1 (100 g)

Energy

1540 kJ/ 368 kcal

18%

Fat

11 g

16%

- of which saturates

4 g

20%

Carbohydrate

33 g

13%

- of which sugars

1,8 g

2%

Fibre

17 g

**

Protein

25 g

51%

Salt

0,60 g

10%

1Reference intake of an average adult. (8400 kJ/2000 kcal).

**No RI value has been established.

Vitamins

100 g

RI2 (100 g)

Vitamin A

733 µg

92%

Vitamin D

4,4 µg

89%

Vitamin E

5,9 mg

50%

Vitamin B1

1,3 mg

121%

Riboflavin

1,3 mg

95%

Niacin

13 mg

83%

Pantothenic acid

4,4 mg

74%

Vitamin B6

1,3 mg

95%

Folic acid

178 µg

89%

Vitamin B12

4 µg

160%

2Nutrient reference value for adults

Other active ingredients

100 g

Citrus fibre

5000 mg

Inulin

4000 mg

Glucomannan

200 mg

Psyllium husks powder

190 mg

 

unflavored

Oat flakes flour, rice protein 10%, pea protein isolate 8%, almond flour, quinoa flour, citrus fibre, inulin, flax seed powder, sunflower seed flour, pumpkin seed flour, acai berry powder 3%, goji berry powder 1%, anti-caking agent (magnesium salts of fattyacids), glucomannan (from Amorphophallus konjac tuber) (contains sulphur dioxide), Psyllium husks powder (from Plantago ovata seed), flavouring, DL-alpha-tocopheryl acetate, nicotinamide, retinyl acetate, D-pantothenate, calcium, cholecalciferol, thiamin mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin, pteroylmonoglutamic acid, D-biotin, cyanocobalamin.

Made in a plant that manufactures milk, egg, soy, peanuts, crustaceans, fish, molluscs,sulphur dioxide and nuts containing foods. This product is suitable for vegans.

Nutrition facts I Serving size: 100 g 

 

100 g

RI1 (100 g)

Energy

1610 kJ/ 384kcal

19%

Fat

11 g

16%

- of which saturates

2,1 g

10%

Carbohydrate

35 g

13%

- of which sugars

1,9 g

2%

Fibre

17 g

**

Protein

28 g

55%

Salt

0,37 g

6%

1Reference intake of an average adult. (8400 kJ/2000 kcal).

**No RI value has been established.

Vitamins

100 g

RI2 (100 g)

Vitamin A

733 µg

92%

Vitamin D

4,4 µg

89%

Vitamin E

5,9 mg

50%

Vitamin B1

1,3 mg

121%

Riboflavin

1,3 mg

95%

Niacin

13 mg

83%

Pantothenic acid

4,4 mg

74%

Vitamin B6

1,3 mg

95%

Folic acid

178 µg

89%

Vitamin B12

4 µg

160%

2Nutrient reference value for adults

Other active ingredients

100 g

Citrus fibre

5000 mg

Inulin

4000 mg

Glucomannan

200 mg

Psyllium husks powder

190 mg

 

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Quick. Conscious. Varied. Suiting you just right.

You are constantly on the go with your whole day packed but still want to lead a conscious lifestyle and have a balanced diet? Try Good Meal, save time for yourself and provide your body with complete nutrients. Consume it at work, when travelling, at home, after trainings, during weekend hikes, in the morning, for lunch, for dinner, literally anywhere, any time.

Why chose Good Meal?

GMO free
GMO free
Vegan
Vegan
Added sugar free
Added sugar free *
Free of preservatives
Free of preservatives
Gluten free
Gluten free **
Palm oil free
Palm oil free

*Contains naturally occurring sugars. **Gluten free according to EU regulation.

What does one serving size of
Good Meal equal to?

Good Meal vs. apple-quark oatmeal

Good Meal

energy: 399 kcal
fat: 10 g
carbohydrate: 40 g
fibre: 17 g
protein: 27 g

Recipe

100 g Good Meal
500 ml water

Preparation: 2 minutes


energy: 376 kcal
fat: 9 g
carbohydrate: 41 g
fibre: 19 g
protein: 27 g

Recipe

40 g oat flakes
50 g apples
80 g quark
10 g Vegan Protein
15 g Fiber Mix
10 g Peanut Butter

Preparation: 15 minutes

What does one serving size of
Good Meal equal to?

Good Meal vs. quinoa-tuna salad

Good Meal

energy: 399 kcal
fat: 10 g
carbohydrate: 40 g
fibre: 17 g
protein: 27 g

Recipe

100 g Good Meal
500 ml water

Preparation: 2 minutes


Quinoa-tuna salad
energy: 389 kcal
fat: 11 g
carbohydrate: 41 g
fibre: 3 g
protein: 30 g

Recipe

100 g mixed green salad (endive, baby spinach)
60 g quinoa
56 g canned tuna in brine
30 g light mozzarella
50 g tomatoes
4 g extra virgin olive oil

Preparation: 25 minutes

What does one serving size of
Good Meal equal to?

Good Meal vs. lentil stew

Good Meal

energy: 399 kcal
fat: 10 g
carbohydrate: 40 g
fibre: 17 g
protein: 27 g

Recipe

100 g Good Meal
500 ml water

Preparation: 2 minutes


energy: 400 kcal
fat: 8 g
carbohydrate: 48 g
fibre: 17 g
protein: 24 g

Recipe

90 g lentils (raw)
20 g sour cream (12%)
1 tsp mustard
4 g olive oil
salt, pepper, bay leaves

Preparation: 60 minutes

What does one serving size of
Good Meal equal to?

Good Meal vs. Chocolate-coconut-berry shake

Good Meal

energy: 399 kcal
fat: 10 g
carbohydrate: 40 g
fibre: 17 g
protein: 27 g

Recipe

100 g Good Meal
500 ml water

Preparation: 2 minutes


energy: 407 kcal
fat: 12 g
carbohydrate: 46 g
fibre: 15 g
protein: 27 g

Recipe

30 g oat flakes
10 g Fiber Mix
100 g banana
50 g frozen forest fruit mix
25 g BioTechUSA Vegan Protein (chocolate-cinnamon)
10 g BioTechUSA Peanut Butter
200 ml coconut drink (unsweetened)

Preparation: 10 minutes

What does one serving size of Good Meal equal to?

Good Meal vs. apple-quark oatmeal

What does one serving size of Good Meal equal to?

Good Meal vs. quinoa-tuna salad

What does one serving size of Good Meal equal to?

Good Meal vs. lentil stew

What does one serving size of Good Meal equal to?

Good Meal vs. Chocolate-coconut-berry shake

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