In Eating Well



  • The recommended amount of kilojoules that a breakfast should provide is between 15 to 25% of the total daily energy intake.1
  • 61% of Europeans miss breakfast more than once a week2




Increased vitamins and minerals intake3 increases the likelihood of meeting the general recommended daily intake.4


Increased vitamins and minerals intake for a more positive state of mood and contributing to the reduction of fatigue.4


Better appetite control, contributing to a better weight management.1

A healthy breakfast helps you to reach the macronutrients daily requirements made up of:

  • Up to 30% – Protein – from food and supplements.

  • 40% – Carbohydrates – from food and supplements.

  • 30% – Fats – from food and supplements.


  • 1 glass of Formula 1 Shake Mix.
  • 1 cup of Instant Herbal Beverage with Tea Extracts.
  • 1 glass of Herbal Aloe Concentrate Drink (Mango)


Herbalife Formula 1 Shake

  • Herbalife Formula 1 Shake is a delicious shake that provides protein and key nutrients
  • Kilojoule – controlled with only 920 kJ per serving when made according to directions
  • AnF1 Shake is a convenient alternative to a high kilojoule breakfast, lunch or dinner
  • Consume as part of a varied and balanced healthy lifestyle
Protein Kilojoules Carbohydrate Fat Fibre
17g 920 21g 6.4g 2.5g

Instant Herbal Beverage with Tea Extracts

  • 85mg of caffeine per serving to help increase alertness whenever you need it.
  • Low in kilojoules – approx. 26 kJ per serving.
  • Infused with green and black tea, it is delicious enjoyed hot or cold.

Herbal Aloe Concentrate Drink

  • Liven up your water with a refreshing taste to help you achieve the recommended fluid intake of 2 – 2.5 litres per day.
  • Contains 40% aloe vera juice derived from the aloe vera leaf.
  • Mango flavoured: artificial flavouring and colorant free

Ready to challenge yourself to a healthy breakfast? Ask your member now and start to feel the benefits!

1 O’NeIl et all. (2014). J Acad Nutr Diet, 3(S8-S26).
2 CEEREAL European breakfast survey (2007). – facts and figures, March 2007.
3 Lancaster et all. (2012). FASEB, 26(812).
4 Smith, A. (2011). In Diet, Brain, Behaviour: PractIcal ImplIcatIons. Eds: R.B.Kanarek & H.R Lieberman. Taylor & FrancIs.

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