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Old 05-24-2012, 06:47 PM
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Default Dont't forget to ask: "What are you willing to do to get enough nutrition?"

We like to tell people that MonaVie RVL packs the most nutrition per calorie.

Here's why we make that claim. You'd have to consume all of the food listed below IN ONE MEAL TWICE A DAY to equal the nutrition supplied by the RVL Nutrition Shake Mix (190 Cals).

Here is the vitamin and mineral breakdown with fiber and protein of one serving the RVL Nutrition Shake Mix and its equivalent in food:

Protein = 18 g = 2 ounces sirloin steak (broiled), or filet halibut, or 14 ounces pinto beans (cooked)

Fiber = 12 g = 2 cups oat bran (cooked), or 1 cup artichoke hearts, or 1 cup prunes (uncooked, pitted)

Vitamin A = 3,500 IU (1,050 g) = 11 large eggs, or 2 carrots

Calcium = 300 mg = 8 ounces of milk or yogurt, or 1.5 ounces of cheddar cheese, or 4 cups cooked broccoli

Vitamin D = 180 IU = 16 ounces of milk, or 3 cups fortified cereal, or 3 ounces canned mackerel

Thiamin = .675 mg = 1.5 cups peas, or 3.5 cups long grain brown rice (cooked), or 7 slices of whole wheat bread, or 7 oranges

Niacin = 10 mg = 9 ounces turkey (light meat, cooked without skin), or 3 ounces salmon (Chinook), or 5 cups lima beans (cooked)

Folate = 180 g = 12 ounces orange juice (from concentrate), or cup asparagus (6 spears)

Biotin = 135 g = 22 slices whole wheat bread, or 22 avocadoes, or 67 cups raspberries

Phosphorous = 300 mg = 6 ounces beef (cooked), or 3 ounces halibut (cooked)

Magnesium = 100 mg = cup dry oat bran, or 4 biscuits shredded wheat, or 5 bananas

Selenium = 14 g = 3 ounces walnuts (shelled), or 3 ounces chicken (light meat)

Manganese = .4 mg = cup sweet potato (cooked), or cup Navy beans (cooked), or cup pinto beans (cooked)

Molybdenum = 15 g = cup walnuts

Vitamin C = 30 mg = 2 medium tomatoes, or 2 medium potatoes (baked)

Iron = 4.5 mg = 5 small boxes raisins (seedless), or 36 medium oysters, or 176 large shrimp (cooked)

Vitamin E = 15 IU = 5 tablespoons olive oil, or 2 tablespoons sunflower oil

Riboflavin = .85 mg = 3 ounces almonds, or 15 ounces of beef (cooked)

Vitamin B6 = .7 mg = 3 ounces hazelnuts (dry roasted), or 1 medium russet potato (baked with skin)

Vitamin B12 = 2.7 g = 1 ounce crab (steamed), or 9 ounces rockfish (baked)

Pantothenic Acid = 4.5 mg = 13.5 ounces chicken (cooked), or 3.5 pounds lobster (cooked)

Iodine = 30 g = 2 fish sticks, or 1 can tuna (canned in oil)

Zinc = 3 mg = 3 1/3 ounces peanuts, or 2 ounces cashews

Copper = .12 mg = 2 tablespoons peanut butter, or ounce chocolate (semisweet)

Chromium = 120 g = 5 cups broccoli, or 18 waffles, or 86 apples, or 1 gallon of grape juice

Remember, you'd have to consume all of that food in one meal, twice a day, to equal the nutrition supplied by the RVL Nutrition Shake Mix. And that would be followed by a 500-600 calorie dinner! Thats a lot of food.
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