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Calories and Protein in Starbucks' Shakes

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author image Richard Choueiri
Richard Choueiri is a fitness and nutrition expert and the author of "The Human Statue Workout." He began writing professionally in 2007 and his work has been featured in Bodybuilding.com and "Physique Magazine." Choueiri studied exercise science and nutritional science at Rutgers University. He holds an American College of Sports Medicine CPT, and a National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association CMMACC.
Calories and Protein in Starbucks' Shakes
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Starbucks offers a variety of beverages and smoothies on their menu. Some of the drinks can be customized to include 2 percent or non-fat milk instead of whole milk to reduce calorie content and help to keep fat gram consumption within U.S. Department of Agriculture-recommended levels.

Chocolate Vivanno Smoothie

The chocolate Vivanno smoothie is made up of a blend of mocha-flavored sauce, a banana, milk, whey protein, fiber and ice. A 16 fl oz serving of the smoothie mixed with 2 percent milk is composed of 270 calories with 18 g of protein.

Strawberry Vivanno Smoothie

The strawberry Vivanno smoothie is made up of a blend of strawberries, a banana, milk, whey protein, fiber, and ice. A 16 fl oz serving of the smoothie is composed of 280 calories with 15 g of protein.

Orange-Mango Vivanno Smoothie

The orange-mango Vivanno smoothie includes a blend of orange mango, a banana, milk, whey protein, fiber, and ice. A 16 fl oz serving of the smoothie with 2 percent milk is composed of 260 calories with 15 g of protein.

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