Keto Chow - Sample/Individual Meal (Savory Soup Flavors)

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These are a single meal "sample" of our savory flavors meant to be mixed up hot, perfect for making one shake. We also have sweet flavors and larger single flavor 21 meal bulk packages.

California Proposition 65 Information
 WARNING: This product can expose you to lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Information on the above warning: Keto Chow and Heavy Metal Exposure (Proposition 65 warning).

The short version: The Keto Chow shakes have an almost immeasurable amount of lead (if a product has plants in it - like spices for flavor - the plants pick up traces of lead) - but that level is over the line that California has decided could potentially cause birth defects... if you consume 1000x the amount that requires a warning. So a warning to California residents is required by law (as you see above).

Longer version: For any unaware, California has a fun citizen's initiative commonly referred to as "Proposition 65" or "Prop 65" - it's the reason many consumer products have a warning that "this product contains chemical known to cause cancer in California" (or similar) which is generally followed by everyone thinking "good thing I'm not in California!" I'll not get into the validity of the "No Significant Risk Levels" and "Maximum Allowable Dose Levels" established as part of Prop 65, they are what they are, and if a company sells something to a resident of California, a California resident (usually a lawyer) has the ability to sue if there is not a warning and the product contains levels of heavy metals or other contaminants higher than the levels established. I can say that the heavy metal levels in Proposition 65 are low enough that coffee shops have had to post warnings and Disneyland has warnings in their picnic area. Keto Chow was served a notice that "Safe Products for Californians" intends to sue Keto Chow for not having warnings that Keto Chow contains heavy metals, specifically lead. The tactic being that many of the levels defined by Proposition 65 are so absurdly low that quite literally EVERYTHING has enough lead to qualify for needing a warning. Also, since Keto Chow contains protein, and the 'cool' thing to do these days is use plant protein which tends to be from China and contains a lot of heavy metals, logically Keto Chow will contain heavy metals (like Soylent™ does). The thing is: we don't use plant protein, instead we only use protein created by sustainable mobile bioreactors (ruminants); in fact, very few of the ingredients come from plants and the animals don't absorb heavy metals. Due to the lawsuit, we paid for an independent lab to test for heavy metals in Keto Chow, the complaint was only for "Lead and Lead Compounds" but we went ahead and had Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, and Mercury tested. The test has a minimum measurable level of 0.01 mg/kg of material, and each meal of Keto Chow is around 44-50g of powder. Here are the measured levels of heavy metals in Keto Chow, the serving size, and what your exposure is compared to the allowed levels with one caveat: the cadmium level is only established for inhalation, if you ingest it orally there is not established level. Lead is interesting, Proposition 65 establishes a "No Significant Risk Levels" for causing cancer set at 0.015 mg or 15 micrograms per day. Lead also has a "Maximum Allowable Dose Levels" (MADL) for causing reproductive harm of 0.0005 mg or 0.5 micrograms per day. The MADL is set by looking at the level that no observable effect occurs and dividing that by 1000. In other words, if a toxin causes an effect at 10 units, the MADL would be defined at 0.01 units; meaning that the dose where lead will cause reproductive harm is 0.5 mg or 500 micrograms per day. I guess it's surprising that many of the flavors of Keto Chow do NOT contain enough lead to require a warning label. Notably, the ones with the highest levels are those that contain spices or other plant-derived flavorings.
Flavor Arsenic mg/kg Cadmium mg/kg Lead mg/kg Mercury mg/kg Serving Size (g)
Banana 0.013 < 0.01 0.011 < 0.01 44.434
Chicken Soup 0.013 < 0.01 0.011 < 0.01 45.449
Chocolate 0.015 0.031 0.014 < 0.01 48.504
Chocolate Mint 0.013 < 0.01 0.013 < 0.01 46.104
Chocolate Toffee 0.013 < 0.01 0.012 < 0.01 46.541
Cookies & Cream 0.014 < 0.01 0.011 < 0.01 44.504
Egg Nog 0.014 < 0.01 0.013 < 0.01 46.039
Mocha 0.014 0.023 0.023 < 0.01 48.099
Natural Strawberry 0.013 < 0.01 0.012 < 0.01 44.824
Orange Cream 0.013 < 0.01 0.012 < 0.01 46.541
Pumpkin Spice 0.013 < 0.01 0.013 < 0.01 46.679
Raspberry Cheesecake 0.013 < 0.01 0.013 < 0.01 46.454
Root Beer Float 0.013 < 0.01 0.013 < 0.01 46.542
Salted Caramel 0.012 < 0.01 < 0.01 < 0.01 44.804
Snickerdoodle 0.014 < 0.01 0.026 < 0.01 46.069
Strawberry 0.013 < 0.01 < 0.01 < 0.01 44.604
Vanilla 0.010 < 0.01 0.011 < 0.01 44.654
If you eat a meal of keto chow your exposure (as defined for cancer risk by Proposition 65) will be:
Flavor Arsenic (mg) Cadmium (mg) Lead (mg) Mercury (mg)
Banana 0.00058 mg - 5.8% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00049 mg - 3.3% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Chicken Soup 0.00059 mg - 5.9% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00050 mg - 3.3% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Chocolate 0.00073 mg - 7.3% risk exposure 0.0015 mg - 36.7% risk exposure (if inhaled) 0.00068 mg - 4.5% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Chocolate Mint 0.00060 mg - 6.0% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00060 mg - 4.0% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Chocolate Toffee 0.00061 mg - 6.1% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00056 mg - 3.7% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Cookies & Cream 0.00062 mg - 6.2% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00049 mg - 3.3% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Egg Nog 0.00064 mg - 6.4% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00060 mg - 4.0% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Mocha 0.00067 mg - 6.7% risk exposure 0.0011 mg - 27% risk exposure (if inhaled) 0.00111 mg - 7.4% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Natural Strawberry 0.00058 mg - 5.8% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00054 mg - 3.6% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Orange Cream 0.00061 mg - 6.1% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00056 mg - 3.7% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Pumpkin Spice 0.00061 mg - 6.1% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00061 mg - 4.0% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Raspberry Cheesecake 0.00060 mg - 6.0% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00060 mg - 4.0% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Root Beer Float 0.00061 mg - 6.1% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00061 mg - 4.0% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Salted Caramel 0.00054 mg - 5.4% risk exposure Too low to be measured Too low to be measured Too low to be measured
Snickerdoodle 0.00064 mg - 6.4% risk exposure Too low to be measured 0.00120 mg - 8.0% risk exposure Too low to be measured
Strawberry 0.00058 mg - 5.8% risk exposure Too low to be measured Too low to be measured Too low to be measured
Vanilla 0.00045 mg - 4.5% risk exposure Too low to be measured Too low to be measured Too low to be measured

 

Chocolate and Mocha both contain cocoa powder, a plant product, and both have the highest levels of heavy metals on the list; though the levels are still far below the very low bar set by Proposition 65 to necessitate a warning for cancer. The threshold for needing a "reproductive harm" warning is 0.00050 mg - as a precaution against future litigation we just went ahead and put the warning up for everything.

Beef Soup Base

With the Beef Soup Base, we were experimenting around with different flavors: Clam Chowder, Beef Stew, Hot and Sour Soup, and more. We realized that rather than have it with a flavor, why not just leave it unflavored and let people use whatever they like?! So make soup, use it to bake, throw in some ground beef, go really nuts and mix it like a hot shake =); think of the Beef Soup Base as a blank canvas waiting for you to have fun. Without anything added it still has a nice beef flavor thanks to the beef bone broth protein. Works well with just about every fat we've tried including butter, beef tallow, bacon grease, duck fat, heavy cream, avocado oil, and more!

Savory Chicken Soup

Savory Chicken Soup is one of the most versatile flavors of Keto Chow we have ever introduced with over a dozen recipes incorporating the Savory Chicken Soup, it also works exceptionally well simply as a soup with some meat and (maybe) some non-starchy vegetables. Without anything added it still has a nice chicken flavor. Works well with just about every fat we've tried including butter, beef tallow, bacon grease, duck fat, heavy cream, avocado oil, and more!

Spicy Taco Soup Base

Spicy Taco Soup; it's not super spicy, just enough for most people. If you like it spicier you can always add more! Try it with some ground beef, maybe a little onion and some avocado chunks? The Taco Soup works well with just about every fat we've tried including: butter, beef tallow, bacon grease, duck fat, heavy cream, avocado oil, and more! Protip: Quest makes some keto-friendly nacho tortilla chips =)

Creamy Tomato basil

Creamy Tomato Basil! You know you want to find some low carb bread, make a grilled cheese sandwich and dip it in some of this. Go for it! Works well with just about every fat we've tried including butter, beef tallow, bacon grease, duck fat, heavy cream, avocado oil, and more!

Complete Keto Nutrition

Like, seriously complete. Use it for as many meals a day as you like for as long as you like. 

As low as 0.6g net carbs

Get 1/3 of your daily nutrients while maintaining amazingly low carbs. The 6g of acacia gum fiber in each serving actually gets metabolized into fat by your gut bacteria, it's seriously cool.

Sweetener Free

They're meant to be consumed warm or hot, with or without added "soupy" ingredients, you'll probably want more salt though =)

Highest Quality Ingredients

Keto Chow is made by people who actually DO keto. We use it ourselves - we won't settle for junk so you get the best we can offer.

Savory for soups, baking, and other fun!

packed with nutrients and flavor

Ingredients: Powdered Beef Protein, Powdered Beef Bone Broth, Acacia Gum, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Phosphate, Magnesium Malate, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Citrate, Choline L-Bitartrate, Vitamin Blend (Ascorbic Acid [C], Vitamin A Palmitate, Cholecalciferol [D3], D-Alpha Tocopherol Acetate [E], Niacinamide [B3], Zinc Gluconate, D-Calcium Pantothenate [B5], Ferrous Gluconate [Iron], Manganese Amino Acid Chelate, Copper Gluconate, Pyridoxal 5 phosphate [B6], Riboflavin [B2], Thiamine [B1], Potassium Iodide, 5-Methyltetrahydrofolate [Folate/B9], Lutein, Lycopene, D-Biotin, Chromium Picolinate, Selenium Amino Acid Chelate, Menaquinonem [K2], Molybdenum Amino Acid Chelate, Vanadium Amino Acid Chelate, Methylcobalamin [B12]).

Specific flavors also contain: Powdered Tomato, Paprika Oleoresin (color), Natural Flavors, Canola Oil (<0.1g in the flavoring), Sunflower Oil (<0.1g in the flavoring). See the flavor labels below for more information.

Contains no dairy nor sweeteners, natural or otherwise.

Think that’s a lot of “chemicals” with crazy sounding names? check this out (high-res PDF version).

Step 1

Add fat source: salted butter, bacon fat, oil, heavy cream, etc... See our site for amount to use.

Step 2

Add 14oz (414ml) hot/warm water. Boiling water tends to curdle or make the protein lumpy. 

Step 3

Add 1 packet of powder.

Step 4

Mix until all the powder
is wet using an immersion blender or whisk.

Step 5

You can add salt & pepper, seasonings, even veggies or meat!

Spicy taco soup Base

FAQs

Taco Soup

Amazing Recipes

In addition to being an easy complete meal, Keto Chow works great to make other fun keto foods: soups, desserts, treats, biscuits, and more!

Recipes!

Customer Reviews

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That usually means that you may just need to **add more water**. Check out our video on https://youtu.be/7tUVQUbJiQI. On the Keto Chow instructions (https://www.ketochow.xyz/keto-chow-preparation/prepare-keto-chow-2-0/), it says to add 14 fl oz (or more) of water. Sometimes that gets interpreted to 'mix to 14 fl oz total.' If you do that, it's going to be WAY too thick and unbearably salty. It's going to be **GROSS**. Most people like the taste and thickness when the total mixture is around 20 fl oz or a nearly full Blender Bottle. If your Keto Chow is already mixed up and not the way you like it, just add more water! We also have another video on https://youtu.be/p4ECLloxDYA, where Miriam and Chris talk about what to do if your Keto Chow is too thick, if it leaves you hungry, or if you end up too full and you can't finish it.
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We've noticed that if you're mixing Keto Chow with heavy cream, the flavors aren't as strong, if you switch over to mixing it with melted butter, the flavors come through far more powerfully: https://www.ketochow.xyz/keto-chow-preparation/using-butter-with-keto-chow/
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