Leap launches new ready-to-mix smoothie bowl powders
LOS ANGELES – Smoothie bowls just got a whole lot simpler to make, thanks to Leap's new ready-to-mix smoothie bowl powders. Made entirely of organic whole fruits, vegetables and plant proteins, Leap makes it easy to prepare a superfood-infused smoothie bowl in under a minute. Each flavor offers an ideal balance of vegan protein, omega fats, fiber and up to four servings of nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables.
"Smoothie bowls are having a major moment, and why not? They are nutritious, they taste great and they look beautiful too," stated Edward Cannan, Leap CEO. "The only problem is they can be a massive pain to make. I mean most people just don't have the time it takes to wash, chop and blend all those ingredients every morning," he said. "We wanted to simplify the process by creating ready-to-mix smoothie bowl powders that could deliver a nutritionally balanced smoothie bowl base, without all of the hassle."
Working with nutritional experts, Leap developed three powders designed to optimize health, improve digestion and detoxify the body. Superfoods like kale, goji berries and spirulina are either freeze-dried or dehydrated at the peak of ripeness and then carefully crushed into Leap's ready-to-mix powder form.
The product contains absolutely no added sugars and no artificial shortcuts.
"There is this terrible misconception that eating organic or healthy need also be expensive, time-consuming and tasteless. Leap, however, is proof of the contrary," Cannan said. "It is a great solution for anyone serious about improving their health, fitness, and/or energy levels."
The product is currently available in three flavors: green revive, blue zeal and red power.
Glock Health fires new supplement G-PUR into U.S. market
ATLANTA – Glock Health recently launched its G-PUR supplement, formulated with clinoptilolite, a mineral that may bind dietary cholesterol, as well as toxic heavy metals, to prevent their absorption into the body. G-PUR also binds microbiological toxins to prevent their absorption into the gastrointestinal tract.
"I have been fascinated by the exceptional and surprising potential of clinoptilolite since the late 1990s," stated Gaston Glock. "All of us at Glock Health look forward to bringing Glock's culture of striving for excellence to create beneficial health products that help more people enjoy better health and a sense of well-being."
The Food and Drug Administration recently released a "No Objection Letter" for G-PUR, the company stated.
Soylent targets breakfast occassion with latest meal replacement RTD
LOS ANGELES – Soylent earlier this week announced the debut of Coffiest, the newest addition to its suite of complete, ready-to-drink meal replacements, now made with real coffee. Coffiest includes approximately 150 mg of caffeine per bottle to kickstart the morning.
"Breakfast sets the tone for the entire day, but busy people all too often skip it entirely," stated Rob Rhinehart, Soylent CEO. "Now with Coffiest you can get the nutrition your body needs enhanced with caffeine and l-theanine as mild nootropics. It also tastes great."
Each bottle of Coffiest offers a comprehensive nutritional profile with the added benefits of a caffeinated beverage and a coffee flavor. Coffiest also includes 75 mg of L-theanine per bottle to promote relaxation without drowsiness and works in concert with caffeine to boost cognitive performance. Coffiest, like its predecessors, is designed from the ground-up to provide the vitamins, minerals, fats, carbohydrates and protein that the body needs.
Each bottle of Coffiest contains 20% of the daily recommended values for all essential vitamins and minerals and a macronutrient profile of 47% calories from lipids, 33% calories from carbohydrates and 20% calories from protein.
In addition to Coffiest's debut, Soylent will introduce a new product category with Soylent Bar. Soylent Bar offers the same complete nutrition, but in a lighter, more portable form factor. With only 250 calories, Soylent Bar has a macronutrient breakdown of 38% calories from lipids, 43% calories from carbohydrates, and 19% calories from protein, providing one eighth of an average adult's recommended dietary needs.