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Oaty Vanilla Update

Oaty Vanilla Update

Originally posted on https://jakefood.com/2019/oaty-vanilla-update/. The vanilla shakes have been slightly updated. To ensure that we always have sufficient stock, from this point on we’re getting the vanilla shakes from our Dutch supplier. Our Dutch supplier cooperates a lot with local raw material producers. As a result, sometimes the exact same ingredients as before can taste […]

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Real Foods vs Extracts? My Lowdown

Real Foods vs Extracts? My Lowdown

Did you know that 35-50% of cancer deaths in the US are due to a poor diet? Namely, not eating enough plants and greens. Can extracts and supplements partially cover or even replace eating whole, real foods? What does the science say?

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How long are you going to keep feeling like s#*t before dealing with it?

How long are you going to keep feeling like s#*t before dealing with it?

There was a time in my life when I ate like shit. What was less surprising was that I also felt like shit. It took me a long time to understand this: My daily meal choices were not a small factor behind how I was feeling.

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Price change Plenny Shake

Price change Plenny Shake

TL;DR price of a Plenny Shake will go from €1,22 (€1,04 for subscription) to €1,40 (€1,19 for subscription.) Reasons: working with research analysts, R&D costs, sustainable packaging and delivery, increase in taxes and price increase from our suppliers.

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The SATURO Lifestyle! Stop skipping, start improving.

The SATURO Lifestyle! Stop skipping, start improving.

In my last blog post, I shared my experience going 100% SATURO for 3 weeks. While this was a great way to save time and lose weight, most complete food users only replace one meal a day. Knowing that 100% complete food would not be a long term sustainable diet for me, for social and emotional reasons, I switched to a mixed diet.

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Keto Chow Instant Pot Cheddar Broccoli Soup

Keto Chow Instant Pot Cheddar Broccoli Soup

Turn your Instant Pot on to sauté, add butter and once melted add the optional carrots and celery and sauté for 5 minutes….

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A Case for Blue

A Case for Blue

As Soylent released their Vanilla flavour in a blue bottle, “why blue?” came many voices on twitter. They fooled us all with that teaser, didn’t they…

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How to incorporate SATURO into any diet

How to incorporate SATURO into any diet

We all have had days when there’s no time for breakfast, or your schedule is jam-packed with one meeting after another. More often than not, you grab something quick and dirty to-go or end up skipping a meal completely. With SATURO there is no need to compromise, focus on the things you really love and let us take care of the meal part for you.

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Pulve, sustainability, and innovation

Pulve, sustainability, and innovation

In this blog, I want to take you on a literal journey that focuses on touching the topics of food and sustainability. And how complex this journey is and will be for our future generations. I will do my best to touch on a couple of difficult points with regard to food and sustainability and try to give the reader [you] a couple of angles to think about. Let’s go!

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#SoylentForGood partners with NY Food Banks.

#SoylentForGood partners with NY Food Banks.

New York City has a well-deserved reputation for being one of the best food cities in the world. However, while it’s earned its place as a foodie Mecca, it’s also true that nearly 2.4 million people in New York state struggle with hunger, with about half of that number living in New York City.

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Manage food cravings better with Meal Replacement powders

Manage food cravings better with Meal Replacement powders

Admit it —you’ve had a fair share of food cravings yourself. There are times when you have these uncontrollable feelings of wanting to feast on everything within your hand’s reach, only to realize later that you’ve wolfed down a portion of your pantry’s contents. It is embarrassing, to the point that it can be stressful at times, which leads to even more food cravings. Thus, the endless cycle begins…

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Fluoride

Fluoride

At the beginning of the 20th century, the young dentist Frederick McKay opened his first dental practice in Colorado Springs. He discovered that many locals had terrible brown stains on their teeth. The cause of the stains remained unknown for another 30 years until McKay and his colleagues found out that fluoride had a role to play in tooth decay.

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Manganese

Manganese

Manganese, not to be mistaken with magnesium, is an element known to man for 30,000 years. It was used by cavemen and ancient glassmakers. And your body is using it right now, too. Manganese protects your cells, helps your wounds heal and keeps your bones healthy. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Live in Utah? Come by our store!

Live in Utah? Come by our store!

If you happen to be somewhere near South Jordan, Utah – we’d love if you came by to visit! People are often hesitant to come, wondering if we have a storefront where they can buy – or if we just have a warehouse. Yep, there’s a store!

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Chloride

Chloride

Chloride is one of the two components that make up table salt, next to sodium.This means that it’s probably in most foods you have. Still, it wouldn’t be a surprise if you’ve never heard about it. Often hidden in sodium’s notorious shadow, chloride is less well studied on its own. We need it to stay healthy, but does it also play a part in the adverse health effects attributed to sodium? Let’s take a look at the facts about chloride.

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Calcium

Calcium

You probably know that milk contains calcium and you might have even heard that calcium is good for your bones. But did you know that calcium is also in foods like seaweed and it keeps much more than just your bones healthy? Well, it’s the most abundant mineral in your body for good reason. Let’s get to know it better.

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JakeFood talks Potassium

JakeFood talks Potassium

Potassium is a wizard of contrasts. As a pure element, it just can’t sit still, reacting violently with water and oxygen. As a nutrient, however, it takes on a role as peacekeeper, maintaining the balance of fluids in your body and keeping your blood pressure in check. Love it or hate it, you need potassium in your life. Let’s take a look at what you need to know about it.

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Magnesium

Magnesium

Magnesium is produced in aging stars. When stars become supernovas and explode, magnesium is dispersed into space. And that’s the short story of how it ended up on Earth, particularly in the Greek district of Magnesia, where it was first found by man and got its name. It’s probably safe to say that magnesium came a long way to end up on your plate. Let’s have a look.

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