The Nutrition Behind Ample

The Nutrition Behind Ample


The goal of Ample is to optimally sustain
you. But how did we come up with the 29 ingredients
that make up our formula? To us, optimal means giving you the energy
and fullness you need, while also solving for long-term wellness. So we based our formula on the fundamental drivers of health, like maximizing gut microbiome diversity, reducing
inflammation, and minimizing insulin spikes. For instance, our bodies need a balanced amino acids profile for muscle protein synthesis and fullness. That’s why Ample has over 24g of protein
from grass-fed whey, grass-fed collagen and organic brown rice. And we know that too many poor-quality carbs
can lead to unhealthy insulin spikes and inflammation, which are linked to obesity, diabetes, and
other chronic diseases. That’s why we’ve kept Ample’s starches limited, sourcing them
from organic sweet potato and tapioca. And with just 4g of sugar total, Ample provides
the fuel you need, without the crash! Ample also contains over 20g of healthy fats. Now for some this can seem like a lot. For years we’ve been told that fat is bad for us,
when actually, the opposite is true. Not only are healthy fats absolutely essential for our sustained
energy, they are critical to your cell’s health. And this includes saturated fat. Which is why Ample contains plenty of coconut,
macadamia, and chia seed to provide a full spectrum of fatty acids, including MCTs
and omega-3s, while limiting omega-6s, which can be dangerous in excess. Ample also contains over 9g of fiber and prebiotics
from acacia, green banana, artichoke, and psyllium seed, as well as over 40 billion CFUs
of 6 different probiotic strains This is because feeding our gut microbes with
fiber and prebiotics, while boosting them with probiotics are some of the best ways
to facilitate gut health, which is one of the key drivers of our immunity, brain health,
and nutrient absorption. Vitamins and minerals are super important as well,
but recent data has suggested that synthetically derived micronutrients interact with your body
way differently than when they come from real foods. So we made sure to get bioavailable vitamins,
minerals, and antioxidants only from real foods like wheatgrass, barley, cocoa,
and chlorella. And just as important as whats
in Ample is what we’ve left out. That’s why Ample is free of GMOs, soy, corn,
gluten, and artificial sweeteners. So Ample is definitely a super-meal. And this is just the beginning. We’re excited to evolve our products over time
and push the limits of nutritional science.

Daniel Yohans

4 thoughts on “The Nutrition Behind Ample

  1. Winter Star says:

    Well done! Have tried both the regular Ample, and the AmpleX. Both are gently flavored, which allows user to use whatever other flavors they like to suit their tastes [I've been adding a drop or two of peppermint essential oil/flavoring].
    It mixes easily, even without the little plastic mixer.
    Love that it's vegetarian [Ample] or Vegan [AmpleX, I think]. And that it's organic! I dislike wasting all the plastic bottles; but, the individual serving bottles, sure do make it easier to travel with…light-weight, portions ready to go–no measuring. And, one can always reuse the empty bottles to carry water with flavoring and extra MCT oil in [the wet ingredients], from home, for each serving…I just did that for a week away from home…real easy!
    REALLY like that it can come in 600 or 400 calorie servings! Makes using adjustable per whatever else one is eating during a given day.
    IF one is doing a Ketogenic diet, the original and GF formulas can easily have more MCT oil added at home, to increase the fats to protein ratio and help trigger ketosis better. Ample IS working on a Ketogenic formula, but it might take more time…they have launched like a rocket with the 1st 2 versions…need a breather to get established!

  2. Jeff Benedict says:

    As a successful loser of massive weight loss on Keto there is a lot of prep to the diet ( you have to cook and prep ) Your product seems like a great solution for road warriors like my self with minimal cooking and prep devices on the road. I bought a case 400 cal

  3. Jeff Benedict says:

    I was introduced to your product by Jimmy Moore but paid full price lol ( later i found there was a code for a discount ) It doesnt matter to me i hope i can integrate it into my life style ! 3 meals a day ? 1200 calories hmmm hope that is enough should lose more weight. I have gone from obese to over weight maybe this will be the final lap toward normal weight of 170 #

  4. Dan Elton says:

    Awesome, I'm on board with this !! (except for the part about being GMO free, GMO tech is good!)
    #FutureFood #OptimizeEverything

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