Vega One Nutritional Shake Review


Vega One Nutritional Shake is the epitome of a name brand meal replacement supplemental drink. Vega One’s brand is well-known throughout the health industry and their products are often found on the supplement shelves of major stores.

My Vega One Nutritional Shake review will show that this name brand does live up the top-shelf expectations, however, its limited ingredient labeling practice is a cause for concern. As well, there are several comparable competitors, such as Kylea’s TLD Greens and Shakeology, which likely give you a bit of a better deal overall.

Vega One Nutritional Shake Ingredients

Unlike Kylea’s TLD Greens and Shakeology, Vega One leaves out digestive enzymes. Otherwise, the product is pretty darn loaded.

Pea Protein: Wonderful vegan protein source which helps for meal replacement purposes
Hemp Protein: Another great vegan protein source
Flaxseed: Excellent source of Omega 3 Fatty Acids
Organic Broccoli: Good source of fiber and vitamin B6
Spinach: Source of iron and calcium
Beets: Lots of Vitamin C

You can check out the rest of the label here:


How Does Vega One Nutritional Shake Taste?

Vega One offers some pretty fun flavors, such as vanilla chai, berry and chocolate. Who doesn’t enjoy that? If you go with the natural version, it still tastes really good. Because it is a meal replacement, you aren’t just getting the greens which can have that soil taste. I, like many others, enjoy how it taste.

The Value of Vega One Nutritional Shake

The fact that Vega One Nutritional Shake comes it at 42 grams per serving is pretty inspiring. That’s a big serving of superfoods and proteins. Additionally, the consumer pays roughly $45 per container, so it washes out to $3 per serving. That’s a pretty good deal.

The Good

  • Huge load of superfoods
  • Great value per serving
  • Trusted brand name

The Bad

  • They don’t disclose how much of each ingredient they use
  • Containers are small
  • Competitors offer better value


Vega One Nutritional shake lives up to a top brand level of expectation. It is loaded with superfoods and vitamins. It can easily serve as a meal replacement. But in trying to protect their formula, the consumer loses out on knowing exactly how much of each ingredient they end up getting. This additional knowledge could influence value either way.

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