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Why JUICED is your gut’s new BFF

Is your gut always bloated, sore and grumpy? Are you struggling to make it through the day without feeling totally exhausted?  Great news. We’ve found your new BFF. 

exante’s refreshing JUICED meal replacement shakes are the perfect solution for when your gut is in a grump and you’re in need of a pick-me-up that doesn’t come from the snack cupboard. 

At exante, we promote health from the inside out which is why exante JUICED is a prebiotic meal replacement that’s made with your body in mind. Not only that, exante JUICED is the world’s first clear whey meal replacement shake, packed with 27 vitamins and minerals and plenty of protein. Better yet, our JUICED range is made using real fruit juices to satisfy your cravings and keep you on track in the tastiest way!   

Shop our range of six delicious JUICED flavours to find your gut’s new best friend.  

How is JUICED ‘gut-friendly’?  

exante JUICED isn’t just a delicious meal replacement, it also has plenty of benefits to help you on your journey to becoming healthier. Our exante JUICED shakes are perfect for achieving and maintaining a healthy weight because they are low in sugar, high in protein and contain prebiotic inulin fibre. 

To maintain healthy bowel function, it is recommended that you consume 12g of prebiotic inulin per day (5). Our exante JUICED shakes offer over 5g per serving- that’s over 40% of your daily requirement in just one shake! 

exante JUICED is a the first-of-its-kind and is jam-packed with goodness for your gut. 

example of how juiced can be made at home

 Reap the benefits:  

  • High in protein for muscle growth and maintenance (6). 
  • High in fibre reducing the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes (3) and bowel cancer (7). 
  • High in 27 Vitamins and Minerals, including Calcium and Chloride to support the digestive system (8). 
  • Over 40% of your daily inulin intake which contributes to normal bowel function (5). 
  • Low Sugar and Keto-Friendly. 


 So, what are prebiotics and how can they help with your gut health? 

The more commonly known probiotics are gut-friendly bacteria such as lactobacillus, often added to yoghurts and fermented food to increase the good bacteria in your gut (2). 

Not to be confused with probiotics, prebiotics are ingredients that help promote the growth of gut-friendly bacteria, think of it like food for the bacteria inside your gut. Prebiotics can be found in high fibre foods, supplements and now meal replacements like exante JUICED. 

How do prebiotics work?  

Your body needs fibre to support your digestive health, without it you may experience bloating, discomfort and trouble going to the toilet (3). 

Though the word ‘prebiotics’ can sound scientific, they’re really just food for your gut. They work when the good bacteria in your digestive system metabolise prebiotic fibres for energy to help them grow.  

What are the benefits of prebiotics? 

Prebiotics are good for you because they:  

  • Aid the function of your digestive system. 
  • Work as a source of food for your gut’s good bacteria. 
  • Support your immune system.   
  • Help to maintain a healthy gut (4). 

How do I make my JUICED shake at home?  

We like to keep things simple at exante which is why it only takes seconds to make one of our refreshing JUICED shakes. To make the perfect juicy meal replacement drink, combine 2 scoops of powder to 500ml of ice-cold water- if you’re trying out the individual sachets, pour the entire contents of one sachet into your water. Simply shake, leave to settle and enjoy!  

example of how juiced looks

 Like what you see? Find out more about our delicious range of JUICED flavours here in our blog

Introducing JUICED: A World's First Juicy Meal Replacement

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* This product contains Xg of your 12g per day chicory inulin, which contributes to normal bowel function by increasing stool frequency. 


Apple Pear – 8.6g inulin per serving  

Peach Mango – 8.5g inulin per serving  

Grapefruit – 8.9g inulin per serving  

Lemon & Lime – 9g inulin per serving  


1) Dietary fiber and prebiotics and the gastrointestinal microbiota – PubMed (nih.gov) 

2) Probiotics – NHS (www.nhs.uk)  

3) Fibre – NHS (www.nhs.uk) 

4) Dietary fibre as prebiotics in nutrition – PubMed (nih.gov) 

5) 12g chicory inulin per day contributes to normal bowel function by increasing stool frequency. 

6) Protein contributes to growth and maintenance of muscle mass. 

7) Do food high in fibre reduce my risk of cancer? (cancerresearchuk.org) 

8) Calcium contributes to the normal function of digestive enzymes. Chloride contributes to normal digestion by production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach.

Amelia Dunn

Amelia Dunn

Writer and expert

Amelia is our Content Executive and has worked with us for a little over a year. Aside from writing recipes, blogs and website content, Amelia spends a lot of time cooking and trying out new recipes. In her spare time, Amelia can be found reading, spending time with her friends or taking part in yoga, barre and HIIT classes.