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A delicious and nutritious drink is now available to those who follow the keto diet. Tailored specifically for those on the low-carb train, Koia shakes are packed with plant protein but have only 5 grams of net carbs and zero added sugars. With flavors like Chocolate Brownie, Cake Batter, and Caramel Creme, these drinks are a dream for dessert-loving dieters.

Koia’s health mission

The team behind the food and beverage company is a passionate group of individuals who saw firsthand how poor eating choices decreased people’s quality of life. The group researched some of the healthiest areas in the world, learning their secrets to longevity and vigor. Their name actually comes from Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula, one of the most vibrant places on earth. Koia’s products focus on plant power, and their newest keto beverages are a welcome addition to the family.

Low on carbs, big on flavor

The luxurious-tasting drinks may satisfy a sweet tooth, but they don’t contain any added sugars. At a time when folks are constantly craving sugary treats and beverages, the new Koia products could be a great alternative. Sugars not only contribute to a person’s intake of carbohydrates, but it can be an addictive substance for all ages. Some researchers and scientists even liken people’s addiction to sugar to dependence on drugs¹.

The low number of carbs in the Koia drinks is a plus for those following a keto diet. The tasty shakes work well as a post-workout snack or an afternoon pick-me-up and replenish the body with vitamins and antioxidants. At 12 grams of protein per serving, the drinks may help dieters burn fat and build lean muscle.

Chock full of nutrients

Besides a protein punch, the Koia shakes have a healthy balance of medium-chain triglycerides. The ratio of macronutrients is a perfect fit for those aiming to get into ketosis: 74 percent fat, 18 percent protein, and just 8 percent carbs. Each drink begins with a base of coconut milk and a blend of pea, rice, and chickpea protein. The healthy fats and plant protein can help stave off sugar cravings while keeping hunger at bay. Moreover, the antioxidants, folate, and amino acids in the plant protein contain cancer-fighting properties.²

The keto shakes are dairy, soy and gluten-free, plus they’re high in fiber and made with non-GMO ingredients. The drinks are filling enough to be a quick breakfast or mid-day snack.


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