Meal Replacement Shakes

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Achieve your weight loss goals with our meal replacement shakes! Our shakes are delicious, high protein, low-calorie drinks that provide a quick and easy vitamin-enriched alternative to breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Our diet shakes are full of fibre and contain the vital nutrients that your body needs while losing weight. Simply mix our shakes with water to help to keep you feeling full on calorie-restricted diets as you progress on your weight loss journey.

Still have questions? Our Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) Lujain has you covered at the bottom of this page, so scroll to find out more.

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What are meal replacement shakes?

As the name suggests, meal replacement shakes are nutritionally complete shakes that can be consumed to replace your meals. Simply by adding them to water, our shakes are helpful in filling your nutritional gap and ensuring you are consuming 1/3 of your recommended nutrient intake. Replacing 2-3 meals with our shakes can also lead to rapid and significant weight loss.

Meal replacements for Diabetics

  • Recent research by Diabetes UK has supported the use of meal replacement shakes and total dietary replacement, in the prevention and remission of type 2 diabetes.

  • Driven by obesity, genetics and other lifestyle factors, research shows that the substantial weight loss resulting from a total dietary replacement can lead to significant fat reduction, particularly around organs (visceral fat). This leads to improved function of the liver and pancreas, which in turn leads to better blood sugar regulation and may even lead to prevention or remission of type 2 diabetes

FAQs answered by our expert nutritionist

Can you use protein shakes as meal replacements?

  • Most protein shakes cannot be used as meal replacements, because protein shakes are not nutritionally complete. This means that consuming protein shakes alone will not provide the daily amount of recommended nutrient values and may even lead to nutrient deficiencies and complications over a long period of time.
  • Our shakes are an excellent source of protein, and other nutrients, and will give you more nutritional benefits as they contain more nutrients.

Do meal replacement shakes work?

There have been numerous studies that show the benefits of meal replacements. exante's meal replacements are very effective when it comes to weight loss and improving nutrition, this is because they contain 1/3 of our recommended nutrient intake. They are also high fibre and a good source of protein.

How much weight can I lose?

The amount of weight you can lose depends on your BMI, lifestyle and which plan you are following. However, we have many people with inspiring transformation stories.

Are meal replacement shakes good for breakfast?

Meal replacements are excellent to have for breakfast as they contain nutrients, vitamins and minerals than can help fuel your day. exante offer a range of breakfast meal replacements including pancakes, oats and porridge.

Are they safe to drink during pregnancy?

Please consult a GP if you are pregnant and looking to change your diet.

Can I just drink meal replacement shakes?

Although they are excellent source of nutrients, we only recommend our shakes for a short period of time, this is because it is unstainable to live off meal replacements. However, meal replacement shakes are an excellent source of nutrients and are much better than skipping meals.

Do meal replacements cause constipation?

Due to the high fibre content, meal replacements may cause constipation. This is because fibre cannot be digested by our body, and high concentrations may lead to a blockage in the gut. However, the constipation is temporary – please consult your GP if the constipation persists for over two weeks.

Do the shakes make you feel full?

  • Due to the high protein and fibre content, our exante shakes can help you feel full quicker and for a long period of time. This is also aided due to the variety of nutrients, vitamins and minerals that are gut-friendly and can help your digestive system on the long run.