7-minute read•March 13th, 2019
It’s a common supermarket dilemma: you’re standing in the aisle between a regular product and its organic version. Continue reading Organic is (not) better
9-minute read•March 13th, 2019
Think back to the start of your morning. Continue reading Mastering Your Habits: Changing a Habit
6-minute read•March 13th, 2019
Note: This is the second part of a two-part post on mastering your habits. Continue reading Mastering Your Habits: How to Create a New Habit
When we say Jake is healthy, what exactly does this mean? Here, we’ve summarised some of the key nutrition facts that make Jake a good choice for any meal of the day.
Protein is an essential macronutrient with many functions in your body. One of these functions is to support muscle building and the growth of muscle mass. Protein is also important for the composition of your bones.
Each serving of Jake provides you with 25-33% of your daily needs of potassiumSource: Jake. Potassium is a mineral which helps maintain normal blood pressure.
Iron and copper are minerals, which your body can’t make itself. They both contribute to the normal functioning of your immune system.
Every Jake meal provides you with 25-33% of your daily RDA for iron and copperSource: Jake.
Calcium and magnesium help you keep your bones strong and they’re good for your nervous system.
Every Jake meal provides you with 25-33% of your daily RDA for calcium and magnesiumSource: Jake.
Vitamin D increases calcium absorption in your bones. It also supports the normal levels of calcium and phosphorus in your blood.
Every Jake meal provides you with 50-67% of your daily RDA for vitamin DSource: Jake.
Every Jake meal provides you with 25-33% of your daily RDA for iodine, thiamine, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12Source: Jake.
1-minute read•March 19th, 2019
The vanilla shakes have been slightly updated. To ensure that we always have sufficient stock, from this point on we’re getting the vanilla shakes from our Dutch supplier.
Our Dutch supplier cooperates a lot with local raw material producers. As a result, sometimes the exact same ingredients as before can taste slightly different.
In terms of ingredients, little has changed. The most important difference is that in the new shakes, we’re using whole grain oatmeal. This type of oatmeal is richer in dietary fibre, which gives the shake a bit more structure than before and a finer taste.
Another change is the aroma. In the new shakes, we use natural flavours instead of the vanillin we used previously. Natural flavours aren’t necessarily better or healthier than non-natural flavours. However, we do think they contribute to a finer overall taste of the shake.
In a nutshell, the biggest changes are in the taste and the sensory experience of the shakes. You can find the ingredients and the full nutrition info of the new shakes on the compare page.
We hope you’re as happy with this update as we are! You can order the shakes here: