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NoMU’s new high protein, low carb shake

NoMU has extended its SWEETLY brand into the drinks arena with the launch of Chocolate Protein Shake Powder, an “innovative deliciously designed nutritional drink perfect for the entire family!”

NoMU ventured into new on-trend territory in December last year with the launch of SWEETLY, a low kilojoule granulated sugar substitute that’s a blend of erythritol, inulin, steviol glycosides and flavouring.

It maintains its sweetness when added to hot beverages or food (see more below).

SWEETLY Chocolate Protein Shake offers 22g of protein when mixed with 250ml of milk, is a healthy source of fibre and is low in fat. It has only 4g carbs per serving. It is also Kosher and Halaal certified.

“SWEETLY Sugar Substitute is used to replace the high quantities of regular sugar often found in other protein shakes, to deliver a deliciously sweet, yet extremely healthy product,” adds NoMU.

SWEETLY Chocolate Protein Shake Powder can be enjoyed as a pre or post work out drink, as a between-meal snack, at your desk at the office or is ideal to add to children’s lunchboxes.

Further flavour variants are on the launch-pad too, says NoMU.

About SWEETLY: This exciting and innovative, brand new South African food range, focused on sugarless health and wellness. It has been developed by NOMU and launched in December 2018. SWEETLY is a fresh and truly delicious alternative to traditional sugar that literally tastes, looks and feels just like sugar! But more than that, SWEETLY is all about Deliciously Designed Nutrition!

SWEETLY is the brainchild of NoMU co-founder, Tracy Foulkes, and was developed in response to growing global worries and the now widely accepted physical drawbacks with traditional sugar.

On top of delivering convincing sugary flavour to South African consumers along with a host of other amazing health benefits, SWEETLY also discards all the usual drawbacks with other plant-based sugar alternatives in the past.

Source: NoMU