Vitacost ARO Lean Diet Shakes

When you’re trying to lose weight, it can feel like there’s always something  getting in the way. From a busy schedule that keeps you from preparing healthy meals to a lack of low-calorie food options everywhere you go, obstacles seem to pop up constantly, making what’s already a big enough challenge even harder. With battling cravings, cutting down portion sizes and exercising as much as your week allows–why should you have to struggle with something as simple as finding decent-tasting food that works with your diet plan?

24 g protein - 4.5 g fiber - 25 vitamins and minerals

There’s no shortage of diet shakes out there, as you may already know.  It’s not hard to see their appeal. Quick to make, low in calories and fortified with nutrients, they’re ideal not just for dieters but for anyone who’s strapped for time or looking for a convenient, healthy meal.

Sounds great, right? Until you try the average shake. What’s advertised as a creamy, delicious drink turns out to be a gritty, bland beverage that leaves a bad aftertaste in your mouth. The label says it will fill you up, but you’re hungry again after an hour, heading off to the vending machine or standing in your pantry scouring the shelves for snacks. As for nourishment? Well, let’s just say true quality is hard to find when it comes to most diet products.

All of this is enough to put liquid meal replacements on your list of “been there, done that–won’t ever try again” list.  But I urge you to reconsider, because Vitacost has a new line of shakes that’s going to knock your socks off.

Meet ARO Lean

Whether diet shakes in general have turned you off, or you’ve sipped some–like our very own Walker Diet Meal Replacement Drink–that were satisfying but not quite what you were looking for, you’d be smart to give ARO Lean a try. Here’s why:

Tastes amazing– I can honestly say that these shakes are, hands down, the best-tasting meal replacement drinks you’ll find. Taste-tested to perfection by our team of dedicated experts, flavors such as Chocolate Fudge Brownie, Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup and Angel Food Cake go so far beyond ordinary chocolate and vanilla, it’s like you’re drinking dessert, not punishing yourself with yet another liquid-meal letdown.

Mixes up magnificently –You don’t need a blender or a special beverage to make an ARO  Lean  shake–just stir two scoops into a glass of chilled water and you’ve got a smooth, velvety shake. No clumps, no grit and, best of all, no hassle. Convenience was key in ARO Lean’s creation, because making your weight-loss journey and healthy living efforts easier is a top priority for us.

Packed with solid nutrition — Dieting is tricky, and even the most careful meal planners can fall short on important nutrients the body needs daily. Why sacrifice proper nutrition with run-of-the-mill, low-calorie meal shakes? ARO Lean is fortified with 25 vitamins and minerals (including 100% of the recommended daily intake for 13 essential vitamins!), 5 grams of filling fiber and 24 grams of high-quality protein to support weight loss and help you build and maintain a lean body.*

As with all Vitacost products, we know you’re going to love ARO Lean. In fact, we’re so sure it’s going to be your new go-to meal replacement drink that we will take it back, no questions asked, if you’re in any way unsatisfied–guaranteed.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease

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2 comments on «Vitacost ARO Lean Diet Shakes»

  1. Rene says:

    What is the ingridient in AROâ„¢ Lean that violates California’s Prop 65?

    1. Matt at Vitacost says:

      Hi Rene! Proposition 65, “the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986″, was enacted as a ballot initiative in November 1986. The Proposition was intended by its authors to protect California citizens and the State’s drinking water sources from chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm, and to inform citizens about exposures to such chemicals. Unfortunately a specific ingredient would not be listed as a violation, I apologize for the inconvenience.

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