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IDLife Vanilla Meal Replacement Shake (Gluten-Free)

Wow is the best word I can use to describe this delicious gluten-free Vanilla Meal Replacement Shake by IDLife. Having tried a few other brands, I can honestly say this one is by far the best.

IDLife Vanilla Meal Replacement Shake (Gluten-Free)First of all, the taste is amazing. The vanilla is not too sweet and the chia powder gives it that boost of texture and other nutrients you can't find anywhere else. I mix my shakes with low fat milk for a thicker and creamier consistency, but you could also use water if you're not a milk person.

This shake is also infused with various amino acids, some which are essential to your daily diet. If you're not getting your daily dose of vitamins and other nutrients that you need to stay healthy, IDLife provides this with this delicious vanilla shake. No more fatty chips or nuts for me, I've made the switch! It is truly a meal replacement product, because after drinking it, I am definitely not hungry.

If you're looking for something that's easy for travel, or something to help you lose weight, you should try the IDLife Vanilla Meal Replacement Shake.

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Review written by Patricia Seeley.

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