One serving has 225 calories: 18.7 grams of fat (8.8 saturated), 11.2 grams protein, and 4.5 grams of carbohydrates with 3 grams of sugar and 1.2 grams of fiber, making for 3.3 grams of net carbohydrates. There’s 105 percent of your recommended daily intake of cholesterol and 9 percent of your sodium.
As far as other nutrients go there’s 11 percent of your Vitamin A, 18 percent of your calcium, 50 percent of your Vitamin C and 12 percent of your Vitamin E.
Whole egg powder, butter powder, natural flavors and cocoa, coconut water powder, silica, organic stevia leaf extract, monk fruit extract, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E. It’s definitely worth emphasizing there are no artificial flavors or sweeteners here.
American Metabolix Keto Meal Benefits and Effectiveness
The lack of artificial flavors or sweeteners will be good news to folks who try to minimize anything that isn’t a whole food, and there’s even an argument to be made that these ingredients are Paleo. (Of course, the definition of that word varies considerably.)
For something that considers itself a meal replacement, though, there’s really not much nutrition here. There’s a decent amount of Vitamin C but that’s really the only nutrient I’d consider this product a good source of. So while it’s a great source of keto-friendly calories, I wouldn’t consider it a great meal replacement.
The other potential downsides are the very high cholesterol content (although keto folks tend not to limit their cholesterol) and the fact that it’s made in a facility that processes milk, egg, soy, wheat, and tree nuts, so people with very sensitive allergies may want to steer clear.