310 Shake Review
By CANDICE GREY
Update: Dec 16, 2022
Since its release in 2003, 310 Shakes, a popular meal replacement drink produced by 310 Nutrition, has gained popularity. This is mostly due to the online buzz that the firm and users of its social media platforms have created for it.
The Science Behind 310 Shakes
Although it doesn’t specifically mention 310 Shakes, a 2003 study in the International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders found that partial meal replacement (PMR) strategies for overweight and obese people are generally beneficial. Meal replacements are almost always some sort of shake-like beverage.back to menu ↑
The reviews section of the 310 Nutrition website is probably not the best place to find thorough, frank, and impartial reviews. In actuality, 310 Shakes received an overall rating of 4.75 stars from more than 56,000 reviewers. Hmm.
We therefore visit Amazon.com, where honesty is usual. The 310 Chocolate Shake has 214 reviews with an overall rating of 3.6 stars. The majority of reviews—nearly 60%—give it five stars, but the rest range from 1 to 4 stars. Let’s examine one from each:
Renee (2016, 5 stars) has a devoted following.
I was introduced to 310 Shake by my daughter, and I adore it. Before purchasing your items, I thoroughly researched the components; I placed an order for 2. The first thing I searched for—or should I say didn’t search for—was the amount of sugar. It’s really crucial to me that your items include less than 1 gram. Low carb and the right amount of vitamins came next. Both fell inside the range I had in mind. Although I prefer vanilla, which I was unable to find, the chocolate has a nice flavor. The calorie count is what I really like about your product; most shakes have 190 calories, however yours has 90. This is significant to me since I add fruit and raw oatmeal to my shake, which still keeps the caloric intake at a reasonable level for my breakfast and lunch. Could you imagine the 400 calories that would result from my adding fruit, vegetables, and raw oats to those other shakes? I’m trying to lose weight, after all. Once more, many thanks for a superb product.
There were 16 reviews with 1 star, and all but one or two criticized the taste. But “Mahakali” (2017, 1 star) had a lot more issues than just taste.
Powdery, dissatisfied with the business, snobby phone service, and charged me for shipping after the transaction was already complete and paid for. I dislike it when people use my card after the fact. The two-month-old formula adjustment left customers unsatisfied.
2014’s “Jack of All Trades,” rated “2 stars,” has the following criticism:
Let me start by saying that this product delivered on its promise to make me feel full after drinking, however after using it as a meal substitute for two weeks, I found that I had gained weight instead of lost it. I only gave it two stars since it: 1. tastes awful (which was actually expected because most similar products taste awful); and 2. made me feel so bloated and constipated that I didn’t even want to eat. … Conclusion: Instead of recommending this product, I would advise eating healthy foods in moderation.back to menu ↑
310 Shake Claims
“Unlike any other meal replacement shakes you’ve seen or tried,” declares 310 Shakes. As the “the best of the best in a product that will not only enable you to lose weight but will also offer you a new lease on life—helping you establish a productive, healthier lifestyle that’s perfect for you,” 310 Nutrition asserts that its meal replacement shakes are.
That is a big assertion. What distinguishes these meal replacement shakes from the countless other comparable products? It’s their “unique patented blend of proteins, called Tri-Plex,” according to 310 Nutrition.
Each 310 Shake is available in vanilla and chocolate flavors and is loaded with protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It sounds like a no-brainer strategy to lose weight by drastically reducing your consumption to substitute this smoothie for that large lunch because it only has 90 calories per serving, which is a small portion of the typical daily 300–800 calorie meal. That’s what 310 Shake asserts as well.
You won’t find meal replacement drinks that taste as good as 310 Shakes, weight loss and fitness products that have been scientifically proven to work (and have millions of verified user reviews to back them up), or ingredient lists that are so impressive to your doctor anywhere else.
The aggressive, targeted social media marketing strategy adopted by 310 Nutrition Shake, which has millions of followers across all social media platforms, is one factor in its success. Sales have probably been significantly impacted by high-profile paid celebrity endorsers hawking 310 Shake on Facebook and Instagram, as well as by claims made by 310 Nutrition about the product being as-seen-on-TV in publications, blog posts, and videos (think TMZ, Shape, E!, and even celebrity gossip blogger Perez Hilton).
Support from other users as well as coaching and a “community” are important for 310 Shake.
Because you don’t have to go through the process of adopting a better lifestyle alone. The 310 Nutrition Community is an unrivaled space where you can connect with people who share your goals for greater health and discover all the tools and guidance you need. 
Additionally, 310 Nutrition asserts the quality of its shakes. No, it’s far superior to good:
The smoothest, creamiest shakes you’ve ever had, with a great flavor and a texture devoid of grit.
Therefore, they taste excellent (though we won’t know for sure until later). What about efficiency, though? Will 310 Shakes help you lose weight?
310 Nutrition does not guarantee a user will lose a certain amount of weight—for example, a certain number of pounds.
Since every person is unique, we are unable to estimate your exact loss. However, consumers have seen positive results when substituting a 310 Shake for one meal per day and improved results when substituting two meals per day in addition to other tried-and-true 310 weight reduction products. Many users claim that following a strict routine quickly yields results
The smoothies will promote metabolism, reduce hunger and cravings, increase energy, offer nutritional nutrients, and, lastly, “maximize your weight loss,” according to the 310 diet plan.
The 310 Shakes will maximize your weight loss, there it is. Additionally, it provides a price match versus other meal replacement shakes as well as a complete 30-day money-back guarantee (okay, technically it’s a week, but I’ll give them a week’s grace). It should be emphasized that 310 Nutrition does not assert that smoothies or other meal replacement products will work by themselves; you must also eat healthily and engage in regular exercise.
A 28-serving package of 310 Shake costs over $70. For $98 plus varying shipping, handling, and taxes, the introductory bundle comes with 310 Shake recipes e-books, a live online coaching session lasting 30 minutes, a shaker, the shake mix, and either their Thin energy drink or Metaboost supplement. There are other additional choices, such as a $250 package that includes four bags of shake mix and an additional plastic shakerback to menu ↑
310 Shake Ingredients
Superfood greens, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, plant proteins, and amino acids are just a few of the ingredients found in 310 Shakes. But not all the greens are healthy.
310 Nutrition’s exclusive mixture TriPlex, a purported plant-based protein supplement with “immense support to aid in weight loss,” is constructed of pea, brown rice, and hemp.
The 310 smoothies don’t have added sugar, soy, or dairy, and they don’t have any artificial ingredients either. So you can relax knowing that everything you’re consuming is completely supportive of your health.
We’ll quickly look at the two supplements since they can be added to the Starter Kit.
The appetite suppressant 310 Thin contains Advantra Z from Nutratech Sciences, a supposedly “safe” form of ephedra, which 310 Nutrition claims is “clinically proven to boost the body’s metabolic rate and increase energy.”
When we previously discussed this substance, I pointed you that although it is essentially caffeine and bitter orange, which is frequently used in diet and performance-enhancing supplements, it is prohibited by the NCAA and has been linked to elevated blood pressure and an accelerated heart rate.
The 310 MetaBoost contains Capsimax Plus, which is essentially capsaicin, a derivative from hot peppers. In this instance, the active ingredients in the peppers are “microencapsulated using patented OmniBead technology, which delivers effective quantities of the active principles in the peppers while decreasing internal irritation.”
MetaBoost, of course, also contains Chromium Picolinate, Caffeine, and Green Tea Extract, all of which are known for their claims to increase energy.back to menu ↑
The Bottom Line: Is 310 Shake Worth A Try?
Meal replacement programs are generally secure as long as you consume protein-rich, vitamin-rich, and nutrient-rich shakes that are not “energy” drinks. And with only 90 calories each, it might work for some people if they can get beyond the taste that some people find objectionable. Although 310 Shakes are expensive, you are replacing complete meals, which are also expensive.