Healthier than any food you’ve ever had. Easier than stealing candy from a baby. Complete foods provide every nutrient, vitamin and mineral you need, in a single meal.
Eating healthy is all about the nutrients.
A tomato isn’t healthy because of its red color, round exterior or sweet taste. It’s healthy because of the nutrients inside: the carbs, fibres and the vitamins and minerals like vitamin A, vitamin C and magnesium.
Jake is created based on the understanding that our body doesn’t need tomatoes, potatoes, pizzas or any other specific type of food. We need the elements found in food that make it healthy: the nutrients.
That’s the concept of complete food. Food that contains every nutrient the human body needs. Lipids, protein, carbs, fibres and every vitamin and mineral. Check the back of the shake to get an idea of what’s inside.
Spend your free time the way you want to.
If you ever skip breakfast, miss lunch or eat unhealthy just to get something into your system, this is for you. We don’t want to spend half our day on groceries, preparing meals and washing dishes.
Enjoying a nice meal with friends is a great way to spend free time. On other moments, we need something healthy without all the effort.
Whether you’re traveling, out for the day or you simply feel like hitting another snooze, no worries, Jake’s got you covered.
How does it work and what is it like?
Jake is not a program or diet with specific requirements and schedules. Jake is food. Both simple and very complex, transparent and nutritious food. There are no rules, use Jake the way that suits you best.
Having Jake is a unique experience. Whether it’s the shake or the bar, you’re having an actually balanced meal. After, you won’t suddenly grow wings, but you will notice a very constant flow of energy.
In the end, there is no better way to know than to just try it out yourself.
Frequently asked questions
What is the first time like?
How do you feel after a meal?
How does it make me feel long-term?
Why is this stuff so good for me?
Should I eat this 3 times a day?
But isn’t eating […] much nicer?