So there's a lot of ingredients...let's nut out each one....
Water - we know
Corn Syrup - also known as glucose syrup, but heck they're not going to put glucose as an ingredient because that sounds way scarier than corn.
Canola oil - mainly known as genetically modified rapeseed oil to contain lower amounts of erucic acids. I wouldn't touch anything with canola in it.
Calcium caseinate - protein derived from casein in milk
Sugar - we know what this is, but I thought we already added this as the second ingredient? obviously it wasn't enough so let's add more.
Sodium Caseinate - milk protein
Potassium Citrate - acidity regulator and helps prevent the build up of uric acid
Distilled monoglycerides - used to help the water and fat components to mix together rather than separating. Also used in enhancing the creamy texture to milk beverages. Usually made from canola/rapeseed or palm oil and contain trans fats.
Magnesium Chloride - a precursor to magnesium. likely used as a supplement
Potassium phosphate - supplement to reduce urinary calcium concentration.
Cellulose Gel - thickening agent that makes the drink creamy without that fat. it does however, suppress the appetite.
Sodium Ascorbate - vitamin C
a whole bunch of vitamins....and minerals. But all in very low doses.
To the left is the nutritional panel, 480 cals, made up of bad fats, copious amounts of sugars/refined carbs and some protein.
More of the same rubbish ingredients in this product too. However, they have added PROTEIN in the form of isolated soy protein which is cheap and nasty. It's the cheapest source of dietary protein and is high in allergens.
Really this drink is a copy of the one above but with protein in the form of soy.
Yet it is still rubbish. I wouldn't drink this - not when I'm healthy, let alone if I was sick.
This drink contains 530 calories, of which 30g of fat are made up from poor quality fats (canola oils), 46g refined carbs and 22g cheap protein.
And finally, let's look at one more....