World's First Ready-to-Drink ORGANIC Meal Replacement , High Protein, Delicious!!

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  1. WellnessMD

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    Hi Everyone,

    I wanted to introduce you to the world's first ready-to-drink certified organic meal replacement.

    Are you always on the run and don't have time to eat healthy?
    Looking to gain lean muscle mass ?
    Looking to lose weight?
    Gain more energy?
    Not getting enough fruits/veggies in your diet?


    -16 grams of Organic Whey Protein
    -A perfect 2:1 ratio of Organic Complex Carbohydrates from Brown Rice to Protein for sustained energy
    -Omega-3 Fatty Acids
    -Organic Kale, Organic Beets, Organic Spinach, Organic Carrots, Organic Tomatoes
    -Organic Blueberries, Organic Bananas, Organic Acai Berry, Organic Apple, Organic Raspberry
    -Heart Healthy Fiber
    -Antioxidant equivalent to 10 servings of fruits/veggies in each serving!!
    -Organic Green Tea (90% polyphenols) and Organic Pomegranate Extract for immunity
    -24 vitamins and minerals
    -Doctor Developed

    www.drinkorgain.com

    Basically, everything you'd want to put in a perfect meal is in a ready-to-drink that's so delicious, you'll wonder how all that good stuff is in there.

    No caffeine, preservatives, gluten, corn syrup, saturated fat, hormones or antibiotics.

    To help build lean muscle -- simply supplement with 1-3 servings daily
    To lose weight -- replace 1-2 meals a day with Orgain
    To gain energy and nutrition -- 1-3 servings a day

    www.drinkorgain.com

    "I developed Orgain with one simple goal in mind - to create the healthiest drink in the world. As a cancer survivor and practicing physican, I have experienced first hand the benfits of organic, wholesome nutrition. I spent years formulating the perfect blend of organic protein, organic complex carbohydrates, fiber, omega-3's, and a synergistic immune and vitamin blend to create Orgain. Whether you don't have time for breakfast, need a replenshing post-workout shake, fighting an illness, or just need a healthy snack between meals, Orgain is your healthiest choice."

    Andrew Abraham, M.D.

    gain health, gain energy, gain life -- www.drinkorgain.com
     
  2. TankRizzo

    TankRizzo Sensational Moderator Super Moderator

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    paid sticky, stuck, you guys know the rules
     
  3. Fishbait

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    i would be happy to buy it if had more protein... :hsd:

    as the service provider could you let me know what prevented you from having more protein in this product? :dunno:

    something like 24g (similar to a full serving of ON whey) and i'd be all over it! :coold:
     
  4. TachItUp

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    i'd try it :dunno:
     
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    this looks like something i might be interested in buying..

    hows the flavor (i realize it wont taste like a milkshake) does the flavor/protein give it a really chalky texture?
     
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    i'm lactose intollerant

    most whey protein will make me squirm on the floor in pain, is organic whey protein different or will i still be squirming
     
  7. danewreed

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    curious too
     
  8. djbomberto

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    what he said.
     
  9. pew pew pew

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    thats strange. im very lactose intolerant and whey gives me no problems. i thought the lactose was eliminated when the whey was extracted in the manufacturing process.
     
  10. Lope

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    possibly in some, but it was an absolute pain-fest when i tried various brands a few years back
     
  11. pew pew pew

    pew pew pew OT Supporter

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    i think digesting large amounts of protein is just a pain in the ass in general :mamoru:
     
  12. goph

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    I'll try it and write a review if you send me a free sample
     
  13. Grimey

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    I'd like to troll, but I will refrain.

    In for free samples though.
     
  14. !m/_

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    Where can I buy this locally? Do I have to go to a specialty vitamin shop or would Whole Foods carry it?

    $42 + $6 shipping for a case of 12 seems a bit steep, that's $4 for 11oz. of product lol
     
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    $4 a bottle is too expensive for me, especially if that's gonna be my main w/o drink

    in for discount :x:
     
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    I hate organic shit.
     
  17. Wolf

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    You know, in Chemistry today, the instructor mentioned something that relates.

    ALL food which contains carbon atoms is organic, by definition. "Organic" just means it's composed of carbon, nothing to do with how it's grown, etc.
     
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    Wolf No one plans to take the path that brings you lowe

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    You, yourself, are organic.
     
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    id like to know if there are physical locations i can go to and buy one to try before i order a case. and an OT discount would push me right into buying a case
     
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    Tell your professor that the general public doesn't use the word that way.
     
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    Being organic would refer to everything added or used to grow the product being wholly organic, i.e. not including pesticides or other "inorganic" materials

    /pointless retort
     
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    Depending on some OT feedback, I'll be in on this. :hs:
     
  23. WellnessMD

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    I'm a firm believer in that too much protein puts a lot strain on the kidneys if not utilized. 16 grams of Organic Whey Protein is equivalent to the protein content of almost 4 egg whites and has all the essential amino acids for developing lean muscle without any hormones or antibiotics.

    One of our recent customers is a well-known triathlete with a full-time nutritionist that uses 2-3 servings a day. He has spoken very highly about the product and says that his energy levels are even better than before (when he used to drink 25-30 grams of protein each shake).

    Along with a healthy varied diet, you can easily meet and exceed your protein daily needs. Orgain is not designed for the 300 pound bodybuilder, but rather for the active person that wants a replenishing post-workout shake.

    Hope that helps a little bit.
     
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    The flavor is delicious! I used to mix my own shakes daily and this tastes much much better. No chalky texture at all and its very smooth.

    The best feedback we've received has been about the taste. Served chilled, its actually very refreshing.
     
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    Our organic whey protein is one of the easiest to digest. While it isn't 100% lactose free, we have made many lactose intolerant people try it with no problems at all.

    I think it really depends on how severe your allergy is.
     
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