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Ka’Chava is a brand selling meal replacement shakes. Ingredients-wise, Kachava is actually one of the better plant-based meal replacement products on the market. This one-of-a-kind, on-the-go meal seeks to sustain your energy, control hunger, promote lean muscle, and assist with digestive health, and mental focus.
- Vegan and free of soy and gluten
- Tastes like a sweet treat
- Offers subscription plans to help you save
- Uses natural superfoods and ingredients
- Great for a meal right after workout
- Very low calorie
- You may not like the taste
- It has a slightly chalky texture
- Not NSF certified
- Do not fill you up after drinking it
Ok, so let’s address the elephant in the room — the price. If $120 isn’t something you can swing each month, I totally get it. It’s not that the $4/serving price is unreasonable, it’s just that paying it all upfront can be daunting.
Paying for a $2-$6 coffee each day appears to be more reasonable, and yet, it’s really not. In fact, you could cut out your morning latte completely and switch to Ka’Chava instead.
Or better still, steep some cold brew and mix it in for a delicious coffee-chocolate drink hybrid extravaganza.
Considering that Ka’Chava contains adaptogens, probiotics, digestive enzymes, protein powder, superfoods, antioxidants, omegas, and fiber — a value of over $160 in individual supplements, if not more — I’d say this meal replacement is definitely worth the money.
Plus, these components are all ground up into one delicious meal replacement powder that is saving you money on buying breakfast or lunch each day. Do I think it’s worth it? Yes, but make sure it works with your budget. Read full review…
Overall, I think KaChava is worth it, especially if you are particular about what’s in your food and receiving nutrients. Although this brand is on the expensive side, the ingredients KaChava uses are some of the best you can find in a meal replacement drink.
Not only is it super healthy, but it’s also super versatile. There’s bound to be a way you can fix up your KaChava smoothie to your liking.
I would eagerly recommend KaChava shakes for anyone who wants a yummy meal replacement shake, and I would purchase it again. Read full review…
Kachava Reviews: Compare Ka’ Chava Meal Replacement to Pure Food Real Meal
What We Love About Kachava:
- Solid organic plant based protein blend.
- Balanced macronutrient profile for a meal replacement.
- Quality superfoods, adaptogens, probiotics, and enzymes.
What We Don’t Love About Ka’ Chava:
- Get rid of the 6 grams of added sugar! Use a bit more organic monkfruit instead.
- Ditch the “natural” flavors and gums.
- Find an organic source of pea protein.
Kachava Reviews | Are These Super Healthy Meal Shakes Worth $8 A Meal?
After finishing this Ka chava review, one thing is clear to me: I really enjoyed it. Apparently, I’m not alone, seeing it has so many positive reviews.
Kachava checked all of my major boxes: great nutrition, awesome taste, OK texture, and satiety. Therefore, it will likely be my daily driver, while I’m still working from home.
On my last Kachava review, I was truly impressed by their flavors, but sad that they only offered 2. With Chai and Acai Coconut, they have not only fixed this issue; but also kept the high standards. They both taste out of this world.
That brings me to my first issue with the product. The crushed ice in it is a MUST HAVE, in my opinion! Combined with a blender, it makes the shake that much more delicious.
The next issue with Kachava is the pricing. At nearly $5 per 240 kcal serving is a bit much. This makes it a premium product, and although I think it’s worth it, it is not affordable for everybody.
As for of the Kachava bars, they are a mixed bag. Peanut butter is decent, and the chocolate not so good. I think the monk fruit, while a great sweetener for the shake, may not translate as well into the bars. So all in all…an ok first attempt.
The bottom line, Ka’Chava shakes really are best-in-class and a product we can highly recommend! Read full review…
Ka’Chava Review – is it Worth it?
It’s absolutely up to you to decide if Ka’Chava is worth it for you, your needs, and your budget. Will it cause harm? Not likely (as long as it is what is says it is – remember, Ka’Chava doesn’t use any third party testing). Their nutrition stats are pretty good, and it uses pea protein (a complete plant-based protein).
But there are a lot of red flags I unearthed in this Ka’Chava review that make me nervous about the quality of the product. Add in inaccurate health claims and high costs, and Ka’Chava is a supplement this dietitian doesn’t recommend. Read full review…
2.5 out of 5 based on 13 reviews
Vince: I placed an order 2 weeks ago, paid for it, and haven’t received it. If you have an issue, you receive an automated email response, but no follow up. I also spoke with someone who told me to watch my email for a response. Really incredible in this day and age!
Jacqueline: Although I really like the shake the price is way too high and it takes up to two weeks to receive product. I have cancelled my subscription.
Erin: First off let me say that I am currently a subscriber. My issue is not with the product at all because I actually really enjoy the shakes… my problem is with their unethical business practices. The promote a “referrel program” where if you send a new customer their way they will give you $15 as well as the person you referred $15. They provide a “link” to click rather than a code like every other business that has a referral program. The link never works and you are never given your $15 off and the recipient does not receive a discount either. I have brought this up with the company numerous times and nobody ever addresses the issue and I have never received credit for referring anybody. Furthermore, I have referred a number of people who have tried a one time purchase but have all automatically been enrolled in their subscription without signing up for it. My mother who did a single purchase even received a confirmation email that her next subscription shipment would be sent in three days. When she went on the site to log into her “supposed account”, The website said there was no account underneath her email. How come she’s getting subscription emails to her email that there’s no account even under her name ? Honestly I’m so tired of battling this company and I will never refer ANYONE again. The downside is that I actually do enjoy the darn product… So I guess I might start looking for another protein powder… It’s just a shame that they market themselves as ethical hippies that care about your internal wellness while they sneak into your bank account and steal your money.
Dustin: Not sure why there is so many bad reviews. Haven’t dealt with their customer service but the shakes taste good and they let you easily skip a month if you don’t need more. Great nutrition and easy breakfast.
Ka’Chava Review: “Superfood” That’s Anything But Super
Ka’Chava powder is decently formulated but leaves much to be desired from a health perspective. The founders don’t appear to have any medical credentials, and the product contains unnecessary synthetic vitamins and minerals, as well as natural flavors.
We don’t recommend this product as a meal replacement even though it’s arguably superior to some other meal replacement products on the market. Read full review…
Ka’Chava Review: Expensive Superfood Supplement?
Although Ka’Chava seems like an impressive brand initially, I ultimately feel let down by the formula’s proprietary blends, lack of sufficiently dosed super greens ingredients, and a large amount of sugar present in the mix.
The price of the formula is also much more expensive than other formulas on the market, and I personally wouldn’t pay that kind of money for a formula without a fully disclosed ingredients label.
If you’re someone that’s looking for a fiber-rich, protein formula with antioxidant ingredients, and you’re not afraid to splash the cash, I think this could be a good choice for you. Read full review…
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