PaleoMeal™ is our powdered nutrition formula designed to promote peak wellness by optimizing patients' intake of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and micronutrients. The ingredients make this formula ideal for patients needing support with weight control, GI health, detoxification, immune issues, heavy metals, and muscle gain. PaleoMeal™ is made with exceptional quality whey protein, which comes from herds that graze on pesticide-free, chemical-free natural grass pastures. These milking cows are never given bovine growth hormone or any other hormones (No rBST or rBGH), genetically modified organisms or injected pathogens. This whey protein is never exposed to high heat temperatures. The result is the highest quality protein supplement, rich in immunoglobulins and lactoferrin. Free of artificial flavors and sweeteners, PaleoMeal™ is available in natural vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry. PaleoMeal™ is suggested in combination therapies for:
- Weight Loss
- Lipid Management
- Type II Diabetic Control
- Blood Sugar Balance
- Mercury Toxicity
- Weight Training
- Yeast Overgrowth
Q: If I have allergies to soy can I take phosphatidyl choline found in your Phosphatidyl choline powder, softgels and your PaleoMeal™?
A: Phosphatidyl choline is a phospholipid and contains no protein parts from soy. Proteins are the part of the food that most people are allergic to. Those very sensitive to soy should try phosphatidyl choline in small doses at first to see if they tolerate the product.
Q: I understand only the Vanilla PaleoMeal™ is unsweetened. What sweeteners are used in the other PaleoMeal™ products?
A: The "Science First" philosophy of Designs for Health dictates that we use no artificial sweeteners such as sucralose, saccharine, or Nutrasweet, as well as not use natural sweeteners like sucrose and fructose which negatively impact metabolic syndrome and other health conditions. In the sweetened PaleoMeal™ products we use only beneficial sweeteners like xylitol and stevia. Our natural flavors DO NOT contain MSG.
Q: Will the xylitol or stevia have any effect on insulin?