The simple brilliance of Sustain is that it pairs well with every flavor under the sun. From hearty banana and almond to berries and cream, there’s no wrong way to enjoy Sustain.

Sustain is a delicious weight management shake that helps you curb your appetite, reduces daily calories and gives your body the protein it needs to build muscle. Together, with Burn and Sync, this terrific trio makes up the M3 Body System—a weight-loss system based on the Mediterranean lifestyle*.

Whether creamy Vanilla or the sensational Spice Sensation, Sustain is a perfect companion to your favorite fruits and beverages. See for yourself and check out these delightful recipes and enjoy the healthy spectrum of Sustain!

Banana Almond Cream Shake:

1 Banana
½ Cup Almond Milk 
10 Almonds
1 Pack of Sustain 
1 Handful of Ice

Berries and Cream Shake:

1 Pack of Sustain
1 Handful of Ice 
1 Small Can Pineapple Juice
1 Handful of Mixed Berries

Feeling adventurous? Here are some popular recipes from people taking the pledge.

Cherry Freeze

By Hilary McNeish

1 Cup Chocolate Almond Milk
½ Cup Frozen Cherries (pitted)
1 Handful of Almonds
1 Pack of Sustain

Blend well and then add mixture to a small Tupperware container. Freeze overnight and enjoy with almonds as a topping!

German Chocolate Coffee Blast

By Susan Marie Bass

1 Pack of Sustain
1 ½ Tablespoons Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
2 Teaspoons Light Caramel Topping
1 Pack of Instant Coffee
8 Ounces Almond Milk
¼ Teaspoon Coconut Extract
1 Cup Crushed Ice/7-10 Cubes
1 Teaspoon Chopped Pecans (Optional)
1 Dollop of Whipped Cream (Optional)

Blend all ingredients at a high speed until smooth.

Banana Protein Pancakes

By Kristen Bevans

1 Banana
2 Eggs
1 Pack of Sustain
½ Teaspoon Vanilla

Mix well in a blender and then cook on low heat.

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Our Mediterranean-inspired M3 system is a lifestyle based on a balanced approach to making simple changes that matter the most.


*In a single 2-year study, subjects following a reduced-calorie Mediterranean diet lost an average of 9.7 pounds, versus an average of 6.3 pounds for subjects following a reduced-calorie low-fat diet. Shai I, et al. Weight Loss with a Low-Carbohydrate, Mediterranean, or Low-Fat Diet. The New England Journal of Medicine, 2008.

‡These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.