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Dr. Andrew Abraham’s meal replacement featured in the Examiner

Posted by Levine Communications Office on February 13, 2012

Choose a better meal replacement in 2012: Orgain organic meal replacement drink


Dr. Andrew Abraham, founder of Orgain organic meal replacement, is a cancer survivor who wanted to develop a healthy substitute for patients struggling to eat during treatment. The solution was Orgain,an organic, healthy, nutritional drink that has all the proteins and vitamins of a healthy meal.

Orgain is a healthy, all organic drink with 24 vitamins and minerals, and 16 grams of protein. There are absolutely no preservatives, colorings, artificial flavors, artificial sugars, and is completely gluten free. It is perfect for a meal replacement, after-workout recovery, and for an extra energy boost without the caffeine and sugar crashes.

Orgain contains 50 mg of organic vegetables (kale, beet, spinach, carrot, and tomato), and another 50 mg of organic fruits (blueberry, banana, acai, apple, and raspberry) in every serving. That equals to ten servings of your daily fruits and vegetables! It also contains dietary fiber derived from chicory, whey protein from brown rice, and antioxidant immune support from decaffeinated green tea and pomegranate.

Orgain comes in three delicious flavors: creamy chocolate fudge, sweet vanilla bean, and iced cafe mocha made with the highest quality organic cocoa and organic vanilla. It is encased in a recyclable tetra pak that has a shelf life of over a year, without the use of added preservatives.

Myself, along with a small group of health-conscious tester friends, tried the chocolate and vanilla flavors and found them to not taste chalky, like we’ve experienced with other meal replacement drinks.The chocolate was creamy and the “vanilla tasted like a vanilla milk shake from McDonald’s”, said one tester.

“We all want to eat healthy, organic meals, but our hectic lifestyles don’t always make that practical,” said Abraham, Orgain’s founder and CEO, who specializes in family medicine at Kaiser Permanente, Calif. “I designed Orgain with optimum nutrition in mind, making it suitable for use as a meal replacement, a post-workout shake and as a nutritious choice for strengthening the immune system, particularly during times of illness,” he has noted.

Packaged in an eco-friendly, recyclable tetra pak, each 11-ounce serving of Orgain contains 255 nutrient-dense calories in a 2:1 complex carbohydrate to protein ratio, which explains why they kept us surprisingly full for a long time:

  • 16 grams organic protein to help build lean muscle.
  • Antioxidants equivalent to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables.
  • 24 vitamins and minerals.
  • Lightly sweetened with organic brown rice syrup.
  • Heart-healthy fiber.
  • Organic pomegranate and green tea extract with 90 percent polyphenols.
  • Organic kale, beets, spinach, tomatoes and carrots.
  • Organic blueberries, bananas, acai berry, apple and raspberries.

Orgain is aseptically packaged and shelf stable without refrigeration for 12 months. Best served chilled, Orgain is designed to deliver an organic meal, anytime, anywhere. In addition to supporting good health, energy, and immunity, it can also be enjoyed for weight management.

Orgain is available at Whole Foods Market, Wegmans, Mother’s Market, Fairway and over 2,000 natural food retailers across the country. It can also be purchased online at www.drinkorgain.com.

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2 Responses to “Dr. Andrew Abraham’s meal replacement featured in the Examiner”

  1. I think its a great deal.

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