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Kate Farms has devised several products, many of which are used in clinical settings to help deliver nutrition to patients suffering various ailments. (One is intended for folks with impaired digestion, for example.)

We decided to try out the Komplete Meal Replacement Shake, which is intended for anyone and everyone. Here’s what’s in it.

The product comes in little cartons of 325 milliliters and there’s 290 calories: 16 grams of protein, 41 grams of carbohydrates (5 grams fiber, 18 grams sugar), and 8 grams of fat (1 gram saturated). There’s no cholesterol, 2 percent of your daily potassium, and 120 milligrams of sodium, about 5 percent of the recommended daily intake.

The protein comes from organic pea and rice protein, the fat comes mostly from organic high oleic sunflower oil, and some of the fiber comes from inulin, which is a prebiotic fiber that may have digestive health benefits.

In each bottle there’s also 100 milligrams of what’s called a Superfoods Blend that contains concentrates of broccoli sprouts, turmeric, garlic, basil, oregano, and a bunch of other herbs and vegetables that you cannot taste at all in the final product.

Finally, it’s worth emphasizing that this is made in a hypoallergenic facility and there’s absolutely no soy, gluten, dairy, or any allergens at all. This will make it great for folks susceptible to allergies and underscores the usefulness of this product in clinical settings.

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