Weight Loss & Fitness

310 Weight Loss Shakes Vs. Total Lean Shakes

If you’re wondering what the differences are between the 310 weight loss shakes and the GNC TOTAL LEAN™ LEAN SHAKE™ then you have come to the right place. Each shake has their own benefits, although labels and packaging can sometimes be misleading.

For the purpose of fairness throughout this comparison, serving sizes are going to be adjusted so that the nutritional content can be fairly compared. The 310 shake is one scoop per serving and the Total Lean Shake is 2 scoops per serving. We are going to compare the contents at 1 scoop so that there is a true reflection of the nutritional benefits advertised. So let’s begin with the important stuff first.

Protein

Protein is always the first thing you need to check when looking at weight loss shakes. The higher the protein content, the longer you will feel full for. Not only that, but protein provides us with the building blocks for creating strong and lean muscle mass. Regardless of flavor, price, and added extras, always look at the protein first.

1 scoop of 310 weight loss shake powder contains 15 grams of tri-plex protein.

1 Scoop of Total Lean Shake contains just 4.5 grams of protein.

Total Lean Shake contains just 9 grams of protein per 2 scoops as per their serving guide. Scoop for scoop, the 310 weight loss shakes contain 10.5 grams more protein per serving. That is a huge difference in quantity and makes all the difference by helping stave off cravings and hunger for longer.

Next, we are going to compare the fiber content. Fiber plays a role in keeping blood sugar levels stable, helps reduce bad cholesterol levels in our bodies, and also keeps the bowels healthy. Adequate fiber will not only have you feeling fuller for longer, but also help keep you healthy. So which brand has more fiber per scoop?

1 scoop of 310 weight loss shake powder contains 5 grams of dietary fiber.

1 Scoop of Total Lean Shake contains 4 grams of dietary fiber.

Again, when compared scoop for scoop, the 310 shake comes out on top. It is also important to note that there are 5mgs of cholesterol in the Total Lean Shake and zero grams in the 310 shake. Another thing that is important when looking at weight loss shakes is the carbohydrate content. We all need carbs for energy, but excess carbs are stored as body fat, so minimizing carb intake is as important as calorie control.

1 scoop of 310 weight loss shake powder contains 7 grams of carbs. 5 grams of those carbohydrates are fiber, so the net carb content is 2 grams per scoop.

1 Scoop of Total Lean Shake contains just 15 grams of carbs with 4 grams of dietary fiber, so the net carb count is 11 grams of carbs per scoop.

Other Important Things to Note

The 310 shakes not only contain much higher quantities of ingredients per scoop, but there are also plenty of added extras that help create an all in one weight loss shake. The tri-plex protein consists of 3 different plant-based or whey proteins which all work in slightly different ways. There is the specially selected and formulated 310 greens blend which contains extracts of 12 super fruits which deliver plenty of phyto nutrients and antioxidants, and a good helping of probiotics.

Unfortunately, the Total Lean Shakes fail to match the 310 shakes in extra nutrition and health benefits.  As for the servings as suggested by each brand, the 310 shake provides 28 optimally balanced weight loss shakes whereas the Total Lean Shake provide only 20. This means that for the $34.99 price tag of the Total Lean, you pay $1.74 per serving. The 310 Shake costs $68.00 and comes in at $2.42 per serving.

While there is a difference in the cost of each serving, the 310 shakes deliver a superior weight loss shake that provides you with everything you need to keep your body healthy when on a calorie restricted or controlled diet. All in all, the 310 shakes are the better option for those looking to lose weight while receiving all that their body needs.

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