SATURO Meal Replacement Shakes Ready to Drink Saturo, Vanilla, Premade Shake High in Protein, Non-dairy, 330 calories, 8 Pack (Packaging May Vary)
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- EVERYTHING IN ONE BOTTLE. SATURO is a premade meal replace shake. The vegan shake is nutritionally complete.
- NO HUNGER FOR UP TO 3 HOURS. One ready to drink shake covers 1/6 of your daily nutritional needs.
- HIGH IN PROTEIN - 16.3 G AND VERY LOW IN SUGAR. Contains all 26 essential vitamins and minerals you need for optimal health.
- GLUTEN-FREE AND LACTOSE-FREE. Saturo is plant-based and non GMO.
- A FINE AND MILD TASTE - VANILLA. A real classic meal replacement shake you will enjoy over and over again.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 9.57 x 5.04 x 5.79 inches; 6.75 Pounds
- Manufacturer : Saturo
- ASIN : B07FXYC389
- Best Sellers Rank: #271,211 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
- #458 in Meal Replacement Drinks
- Customer Reviews:
WATER, MALTODEXTRIN, SOY PROTEIN ISOLATE, HIGH OLEIC SUNFLOWER OIL, ISOMALTULOSE, CANOLA OIL, VITAMIN & MINERAL PREMIX, RICE STARCH, OAT FIBRE GLUTEN FREE, ISOMALTOOLIGOSACCHARIDES, SOY LECITHIN, LOCUST BEAN GUM, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS, GELLAN GUM, SUCRALOSE.
SATURO meal replacement drink is energy, nutrient, and calorie-rich food that contains a multitude of nutritional elements. As a result, some consumers may find that SATURO is not as easily digested, especially upon initial introduction into their diet. While most consumers adapt over time, some may not be able to routinely incorporate SATURO products into their diet. We recommend consulting a physician whenever making significant changes to your normal diet.
SATURO meal replacement drink is energy, calorie and nutrient-rich food that contains a multitude of nutritional elements. As a result, some consumers may find that SATURO is not as easily digested, especially upon initial introduction into their diet. While most consumers adapt over time, some may not be able to routinely incorporate SATURO products into their diet. We recommend consulting a physician whenever making significant changes to your normal diet.
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Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2019
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Okay, so originally I gave the Vanilla Saturo 1/5 because it tasted horrid, I could barely drink it. However since i bought it in a 8-pack a week later I decided I should try to drink another one and it actually tasted pretty decent, good by meal replacement drink standards I would say. I like the ingredients that Saturo uses and if you're trying out meal replacement drinks, I definitely think you should try out this product.
My only reservation though is that Saturo only offers 330 calories per drink, making Saturn not very cost efficient. In addition, while the vanilla taste (when not spoiled) is pretty good/decent, it's not the best I've tried.
I tried the chocolate a few months back and it was okay. Not particularly good, not particularly filling, but okay. Also, not as many calories as other meal replacements, so there money to calorie ratio isn't very good. Still, when I saw that vanilla was in stock I was excited to try it because I thought "how could one mess up vanilla flavor" --
I now know how one can
I don't know how to describe the flavor except through the emotion of disgust as I tried to drink it. It was bad, really bad. Not in a "too sweet" or "not sweet enough" way, but in like how the flavor actually tasted. You take a sip and it's unpleasant, then the after taste is worse. There was no vanilla flavor to it and no sweetness.
I've been trying a lot of meal replacement drinks lately and the vanilla definitely goes on the bottom of my list.
Such a shame, I wanted to like Saturn because they seem to have somewhat higher quality ingredients than some other competition.
Please update your formula!
It's not a bad taste, but compared to the chocolate Saturo, the vanilla flavor doesn't stand enough on its own to break up what I found is the base taste of most meal replacements - a kind of coarse oat-soy drink that has some weight to it. I can still finish one, but I'm biased more toward the flavor of the chocolate.
As for holding power, the bottle proclaims, "No Hunger for 2-3 Hours". This is largely accurate. I'm a fairly large person going through some weight loss attempt, and I struggle with hunger pangs throughout the day. I find that I can make it through my typical work day (from 07:30 to about 17:30) on two Saturo and a snack (usually sea salt popcorn), including my typical cycling routine.
The reminder that is not on the label that I share with folks new to the new generation of meal replacements is important: Have some water with that meal! Saturo, per serving, provides 11% of the US Recommended Daily Allowance of dietary fiber. Fiber loves fluids, and the liquid in one Saturo isn't enough. Go ahead, finish that 240ml water. I'll wait. :)
The water helps with the satiety that Saturo claims, and also mitigates a negative effect that comes with the introduction of additional fiber in one's diet without enough hydration. You'll thank me later.
There is a minor amount of borborygmi that happens when you first introduce your body to a diet that's considerably lower in solids than you're use to, and there is also a bit of flatulence that accompanies the change for a day or two, but it adjusts fairly quickly.
All in all, it's been well worth the cost, and I plan on restocking soon.
One of the reviews I read mentioned it having a high cost due to being from Europe. I thought it was cheap, so I compared it to what Soylent's Cacao is currently going for ($35.76 on Amazon; $39 for one-time or $37.05 for subscription on soylent.com). I measured by calories instead of ounces because, quite frankly, I don't care about the volume, I care about the overall substance. Also, neither strikes me as particularly thick or watered-down. That is, they both drink well. Not to mention Amazon tells you: Saturo is 17 cents per fluid ounce, Soylent is 21 cents. Easy.
With Saturo you get 8 bottles at 330 calories a piece for $15 (total of 2640 calories). With Soylent you get 12 bottles at 400 calories a piece for $35.76 (total of 4800 calories). This makes Soylent 2.384x the cost of Saturo per box, but with only 1.818x the calories. That is, for the same amount of money spent on Saturo as a box of Soylent, you would get about about 6294 calories.
God I hope my math is right. Also, Saturo is good. But my favorite is still Soylent's Mocha. So, for me, it's Soylent Mocha, Saturo Chocolate, and Soylent powder because it's cheap and produces less waste. Not to mention you aren't shipping liquids around the world. Although the packaging isn't recyclable. We're doomed. Have a nice day.
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