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A proven tool in effective weight loss

Meal replacements might be one of the most misunderstood components of weight loss, but there are many proven benefits to incorporating them into your program:

Benefits of Meal Replacements

A great place to start
Meal replacements are especially valuable when used at the start of a program to control calories, maintain muscle mass, produce feelings of fullness, and fulfill solid nutritional requirements while losing weight and wearing off unhealty foods.
Easy to follow
They provide structure and make the plan simple to follow by helping to reduce the stress of "food choice overload."
You're not alone
They are most effective when used in conjunction with intensive one-on-one behavioral counseling, allowing you to learn the good habits necessary to make better food and lifestyle choices.
Short-term & long-term success
Countless research studies have proven the effectiveness of meal replacement in weight loss and long-term weight maintenance.

CMWL Products:


Protein Shakes

  • Ready to Drink
  • Powder


  • Single Layer
  • Double Layer
  • Crunchy
  • Chewy

Soups & Hot Meals

  • Broths
  • Hearty Soups
  • Oatmeals

Savory Snacks

  • Protein Crisps

Featured Product


Ready-To-Drink Protein Shakes

A staple in the CMWL QuickStart and Modified plans, Ready-To-Drink Protein Shakes are delicious, convenient, and will keep you on track towards goal. Choose from four flavors - chocolate, vanilla, mocha, and berry.


Calories: 160 cal
Protein:   15 g
Carbs:     20 g
Fat:         3 g

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Proven results of meal replacements and behavioral counseling
Source: American Journal of Medicine, June 2012; resaults include use of meal replacement


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