Healthy meal replacement shakes

You may have seen meal replacement shakes on billboards, in publications, and in particular grocery aisles, from low-calorie drinks to weight-gain smoothies 

without a knife and fork in sight. If not pre-made, they're usually supplied in powder form and mixed with milk or water.

Chocolate, vanilla, and unflavored shakes are available. They include calories, vitamins, minerals, protein, lipids, and carbohydrates

Meal replacement shakes replace breakfast, lunch, or supper.
Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2020-2025 recommend daily calorie intakes of 2,200-3,200 for males and 1,600-2,400 for women

Some individuals require more food to maintain their energy according to their size, activity level, and metabolism.

Some shakes are "nutritionally complete" in a set number per day, meaning they provide all the nutrients needed. 

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