Ample V Vegan Formula

The Mission for Optimal Nutrition

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Superior nutrition is hard. We make it easy

Nutrition is more than the sum of its parts. Formulating an optimally nutritious meal that provides lasting fuel, satiety and health requires an understanding of the biological processes that drive your wellbeing. Fortunately, we’ve done the work, so you don’t have to

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Superior Natural Ingredients

Natural whole food ingredients ensure high nutrient absorption and bioavailability. Just as important as what we include is what we exclude.

  • Non-GMO

    Gluten Free

  • Soy Free

    Free of artificial sugar

Protein Blend

Over 26g of complete proteins provide the body with all 20 amino acids required for muscle synthesis and satiety.

Carbohydrate Blend

Fiber and Prebiotics

Nearly half of the total carbs in Ample are fiber and prebiotics to aid in digestion and nourish the healthy gut microbiome.

Clean Starches

Minimal clean starch and sugar to prevent unnecessary insulin spikes, inflammation and oxidative stress
Plant-Based Micronutrients
Organic plant extracts provide vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to fight off free radicals
Components: Organic Wheatgrass, Organic Barley Grass, Organic Chlorella, Cacao

Lipid Blend

Complete spectrum of healthy fats, including saturated, monounsaturated, MCTs, omega-3s, without excess omega-6s provide fuel and cell structure without inflammation.

Probiotic Blend
40 billion CFU of robust probiotics provide your gut microbiome with the right organisms to optimize digestion, reduce inflammation, and improve nutrient absorption
Components: L. acidophilus, L paracasei, B. Lactis, B. infantis, L. rhamnosus, B. coagulans

Intelligent Macronutrient Ratio

  • Ample Size







  • 400 cal







  • 600 cal







Sufficient protein and healthy fats support activity and optimize energy. Limited clean carbs prevent insulin spikes, sugar crashes and weight gain. Sufficient fiber aids digestion and feeds gut microbiome

The Details

High-Quality Proteins Sources

Research continues to provide evidence that protein needs are greater in active individuals, especially those who exercise regularly10. Unfortunately, it can be tough to ingest a sufficient amount of high-quality protein through only whole foods and when on-the-go. Each bottle of 400-calorie Ample contains over 26g of highly-bioavailable protein.Grass-Fed Whey Protein

Ample’s whey protein concentrate are never treated with recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH). Grass-fed cows produce milk fractions that contain higher concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants than grain-fed cows.

Organic Rice Protein

Rice protein is one of the best hypoallergenic complete protein sources available; it is easily digestible, vegan-friendly, gluten-free and has a balanced profile of all essential amino acids.

Grass-fed Collagen Protein

As the main component of connective tissue (skin, hair, bones, tendons, etc.), Collagen is the most abundant protein in mammals, making up roughly ⅓ of the body’s total protein content. Collagen is rich in the essential amino acids alanine, glycine and proline, which are crucial for proper formation of elastin and inhibiting amyloid production; in turn, this makes collagen a major contributor to healthy skin, joints, and hair.

Grass-fed whey protein

A complete protein containing all nine of the essential amino acids, with a significant amount of the branched-chain amino acid L-leucine. Research has shown that L-leucine is the key amino acid for stimulating the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) pathway that regulates muscle protein synthesis12. The take-home message, in non-nerd lingo, is that grass-fed whey protein is an ideal protein source for individuals looking to improve their musculature, fitness and overall health.

Sufficient Health Fats

Current science has sufficiently debunked the myth of fat phobia, and the uncovered the need for a full spectrum of fatty acids. Saturated fats, for instance, play critical roles in essential processes like cell membrane formation, sex hormone production, protection/insulation of organs, and storing and releasing energy

As such, Ample was designed to contain sufficient saturated, monounsaturated, and omega-3s without excess omega-6s.

Coconut Oil

Each serving of Ample contains nearly 10g of organic coconut oil, nature’s richest source of a unique class of easily-absorbed saturated fats called medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs). MCTs bypass the lymphatic system that long-chain triglycerides (LCTs) go through and are absorbed directly into the portal system, which sends them to the liver to be oxidized for energy. Thus, MCTs are rapidly digested and are an exceptional short-term energy source for the body and brain.

Coconut is also a great source of LCTs which are digested through many steps and absorbed more slowly, thus making them an ideal long-term energy source.

Chia Seed Oil

As the main component of connective tissue (skin, hair, bones, tendons, etc.), Collagen is the most abundant protein in mammals, making up roughly ⅓ of the body’s total protein content. Collagen is rich in the essential amino acids alanine, glycine and proline, which are crucial for proper formation of elastin and inhibiting amyloid production; in turn, this makes collagen a major contributor to healthy skin, joints, and hair.

Macadamia Nut Oil

Macadamia nut oil contains the highest concentration of monounsaturated fatty acids (nearly 80% of total fat content) of any oil. Research suggests that diets rich in macadamia nut oil reduce LDL cholesterol and promote cardiovascular health

Whole Algae Lipid

Eukaryotic algae are a very diverse group of organisms which inhabit a huge range of ecosystems from the Antarctic to deserts, and contain an abundance of monounsaturated fatty acids. They account for over half the primary productivity at the base of the food chain.

Sunflower Lecithin

Sunflower lecithin is a phospholipid with an abundance of choline, a necessary intermediate for proper neurotransmitter production. Lecithin is commonly used as an emulsifier to increase miscibility of oil and water, as well as increase the efficiency of fatty acid digestion.

Fiber and Prebiotics

The human gut contains nearly three pounds of bacteria - comprised of over 1000 different species - that help us digest and absorb nutrients from food1. These microbes are collectively referred to as our gut microbiome, which is crucial for healthy endocrine regulation, immune function, and even body-weight regulation. The gut microbiome feeds on undigested fiber and prebiotics.

We formulated Ample to include soluble fiber, insoluble fiber, resistant starch, and fructooligosaccharides to optimally sustain the healthy gut bacteria.

Organic Banana Resistant Starch

Digestion-resistant starches are a new and innovative breakthrough in nutritional science that have pronounced health benefits, particularly as prebiotics that improve gut health and enhance absorption of vital nutrients. Research suggests that resistant starches from banana flour promote digestive health by influencing growth of healthy microbiota in the gut and altering the morphology of gut tissue.

Moreover, banana resistant starch is a potent prebiotic digested similarly to other soluble dietary fibers; it’s fermented in the colon to short-chain fatty acids such as propionate, butyrate, and acetate, which are easily oxidized for energy and to feed healthy intestinal flora.

Organic Jerusalem Artichoke Inulin

Inulin from chicory root is composed mainly of a special type of soluble fiber called fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS). FOS act as prebiotics by stimulating growth of healthy gut bacteria. They’re also calorie-free and have been shown to improve mineral absorption and blood lipid profiles.

Organic Acacia Fiber

Acacia fiber, also referred to as gum arabic, is a type of soluble fiber sourced from the sap of Acacia senegal trees. Studies have shown that acacia fiber helps lower cholesterol levels, keep blood sugar in check, promote healthy digestion, and protect against diabetes.

Organic Psyllium Husk

Psyllium is a form of fiber made from the husks of the Plantago ovata plant’s seeds. Psyllium husk acts as a prebiotic, has a naturally laxative property to promote a healthy bowel, and adds viscosity to Ample, resulting in a rich thickness.

Limited Clean Carbohydrates

Excess carbohydrates can have a negative impact on hormone response, inflammation, and oxidative stress. Resistance to the hormones insulin and leptin can cause type-2 diabetes, increase risk of obesity, and induce feelings of lethargy, When excessive oxidative stress and inflammation persist, DNA can be damaged; in turn, this weakens the immune system, expedites age-related neurodegeneration, and contributes to development of conditions like diabetes, arthritis, and hypertension.

Given this, we formulated Ample with minimal amounts of sugar to avoid excess oxidative stress, while sourcing clean sources of starch to provide fuel without the insulin spike.

Organic Sweet Potato Starch

Sweet potato starch is very low in sugar and digests slowly to promote satiety, healthy blood glucose levels, and provide lasting energy.

Tapioca Starch

Tapioca is a starch (dextrin) derived from the cassava root, which grows naturally in Brazil that provides lasting energy without the sugar.

Plant-based micronutrients

The scientific community is just now understanding the complexities of micronutrients, from how vitamins and minerals relate to each other to how antioxidants and other phytochemicals affect our bodies. Research shown that natural ingredients have significantly high bioavailability, meaning that the body incorporates natural ingredients better than synthetic vitamins.

As such, Ample derives its vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants exclusively from natural sources like nutrient-packed greens.

Organic Chlorella

Chlorella is a very nutrient-dense algae containing abundant amounts of Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3 and B6. It is also rich source of vital minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc. Recent clinical trials suggest that chlorella supplementation may reduce blood pressure, enhance immune system function, accelerate wound healing, and lower low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels.

Chlorella contains a high concentration of a health-promoting omega-3 fatty acid called eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). EPA is a unique polyunsaturated fatty acid that has been shown to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease, fight inflammation, and increase insulin sensitivity.

Organic Wheat Grass

Wheatgrass is rich contains a full spectrum of nutrients, including chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes. It is suggested that wheatgrass stimulates healthy tissue cell growth and build red blood cells. In fact, 100g of wheatgrass powder has the micronutrient capacity of a whopping 23kg of fresh vegetables.

Organic Barley Grass

Barley grass is one of the most abundant cereal grains on Earth and is high in micronutrients (especially manganese and phosphorus). Barley grass has exceptional antioxidant capacity, containing nearly 20 times as many antioxidants as an equivalent amount of spinach.


Cacao is rich in polyphenols such as flavonoids, tannins, and stilbenes, and has been shown to provide numerous benefits, ranging from enhanced glucose metabolism, cardioprotective properties, improved platelet functions, and increased fatty acid oxidation.


Recent research shows the emerging importance of probiotics and healthy gut flora for protection against gastrointestinal maladies such as inflammatory bowel disease and even colorectal cancer (which is the 3rd most common form of cancer worldwide. Moreover, probiotics act as a barrier of sorts against common pathogens, enhance immune system defense, and promote absorption of key nutrients from food.

To optimize to gut microbiome and digestive health, Ample is packed with not only prebiotics such as fiber and resistant starch, but also 40 billion colony-forming units (CFUs) of a potent six-strain blend of probiotics.

Bacillus Coagulans

The challenge with probiotics is the ability for the microbes to survive until consumption, as well as surviving the acidic environment of the digestive tract to eventually germinate in the lower intestines. B. coagulans is unique in that it is a spore-forming probiotic, which means it has a significantly improved ability to survive until germinating in the gut. B. Coagulans has been shown to improve digestive tract health, specifically aiding those with IBS.

Lactobacillus acidophilus

L. acidophilus is a lactic acid bacteria that naturally grows in the small intestine. It is often used to treat lactose intolerance, Crohn’s Disease and gut dysbiosis, and is very resistant to stomach acid. L. acidophilus has also been shown to produce folate (vitamin B9) within the body.

Lactobacillus rhamnosus

Like L. acidophilus, L. rhamnosus is a lactic acid bacteria colonizing the small intestine. It also has an ability to aid in digestion of lactose by the creation of lactase, as well as creating folate and vitamin B12.

Bifidobacterium Lactis

Bifidobacterium genus are lactic acid bacteria that colonize the gut. Like Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium aid in the digestion of lactose and are also critical for creating B vitamins.

Bifidobacterium infantis

In addition to vitamin synthesis, B. infantis is widely used to normalize gut bacteria function. It has shown to reduce symptoms of IBS.

Lactobacillus paracasei

L. paracasei is similar to that of the other Lactobacillus. Additionally, it consumes fructo-oligosaccharides found in the inulin, and has been shown to inhibit the growth of H. pylori and Salmonella enterica.

Our Mission for Optimal Nutrition

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