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1Nutrition information taken from Price per serving calculated from a package price of $129.95 for the Vanilla Shakeology® with 30 servings per package. Accessed 2/1/17. BBB Rating accessed 1/24/19.

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Beachbody Shakeology vs. 310 Nutrition Shake

When there’s no time to shop for, prep, or cook a fresh, healthy meal—or when what’s actually healthy is difficult to determine with all the fad diets out there, meal replacement shakes are a great way to get the nutrients you need to maintain a healthy weight. But choosing the right one can be a mission in itself—so we’ve done the grunt work for you to give you a clear comparison between 2 of our top 5-rated shakes.

Both of these shakes made it to our top 5 – keep reading to see the breakdown, or click here to see the top shakes list.

Shakeology is a well-known shake brand while 310 Nutrition Shake is a relatively newer shake. Click on any of the links below to jump to a section in our overview:

Table of Contents: Price | Taste | Convenience | Nutrition Facts | Calories | Sugar | Artificial Sugars | Protein | Fiber | Carbs & Net Carbs | Superfoods | Company/Brand | Conclusion



This is a category where Shakeology suffers a bit. Their price is considerably higher than 310 Shakes. Some have suggested that this might be because of their multi-level marketing business model to compensate the Coaches for selling the product, or could it be the ingredients? Either way, it’s a little hard to stomach.

One 30-serving bag of Shakeology is pricey at $129.95 which equates to $4.33 per scoop. Some people have even become Beachbody Coaches, selling the products just to save money on their own shakes! Several reviews of Shakeology claim that the products are too expensive to keep up year-round.

Shakeology also gives you the option to purchase boosts to add into your shakes including Power Greens, Digestive Health, and Focused Energy – which all sound great but add to the expense.

Even though this shake brand does have some other benefits, this area hits them hard in terms of ratings. However, they do make a comeback by at least offering Super Saver shipping at only $2.00 for customers on their auto-ship program, and offer a 30-day money-back guarantee.

310 Shakes

On the other hand, 310 Shakes are just $2.43 per scoop making it $68.00 for 28 servings.  That’s about half the price of Shakeology Shakes and much more economical. Plus, 310 Nutrition has a Subscribe & Save auto-ship program that gives you 25% off each time. 310 also has free gift promos with purchase, sometimes giving free shaker cups with $75 purchase, sometimes free shake samples with every purchase. The promos have varied the few times we’ve checked. 310 also offers a 30-day money-back guarantee.



There were mixed reviews on the taste of Shakeology shake. Shakeology comes in Chocolate, Vanilla, Café Latte, Strawberry, Tropical Strawberry and Greenberry (with many of these in Vegan versions as well). In some reviews, we found quotes about people having to chug them down quickly before the texture thickened!

Shakeology shakes may be healthier than a lot of other choices out there, but many users expressed that they had bland, “greens-like” tastes and that the textures were incredibly thick and hard to drink. (2) We found many instances of people adding in PB2 – a type of healthy, powdered peanut butter – to mask the taste.

310 Shakes

From what we’ve seen, 310 Nutrition has a lot of fans raving about how the shakes taste! They offer more flavors than Shakeology does, including Gingerbread, Salted Caramel, Vanilla Chai, Chocolate Mint and Mocha along with staples like Chocolate, Vanilla, and Strawberry.
Most of their meal replacement shakes are now plant-based, and the improved taste really shows in 310 Shake reviews, where people described the shakes as rich, creamy, and crave-worthy. Most users drank them with just water or almond milk added in a shaker cup, with no mentions of PB2 or other add-ins to mask the taste. (1)

In the reviews, users highlight how they truly look forward to drinking these shakes every day, which help them crush cravings and replace junk foods. According to the reviews, the shakes now feature rich and creamy flavors that taste great on their own with just water or almond milk. (1)

Both companies offer an assortment of recipes for making different flavored shakes and even baked desserts using the shake powders as a base.


Both Shakeology and 310 Shakes come in individual servings for on-the-go, so that’s a major plus. But 310 steps it up because their shakes can be made in a shaker cup with water—no blender needed. Technically, you can make a Shakeology Shake that way too, but word on the street is it’s better blended with ice and a banana.

Nutrition Facts


Nutrition Info Shakeology Vanilla

310 Shakes

310 Shakes Nutrition Facts Calories


When it comes to weight loss or maintaining a healthy weight, it’s all about calories in, calories out (and of course, enough protein and fiber to keep you full.) So, the shake with the lowest number of calories in this category is more desirable.

310’s Plant-Based Vanilla Shake is the lower calorie option with just 90 calories per serving, whereas the Shakeology Vanilla Shake has 130 calories per serving. That’s an extra 40 calories per serving. That’s not high by any means, but if you’re looking for faster results, the lower-calorie option will help get you there.


Sugar can be detrimental to your health and is one of the main contributors to obesity. With NO sugar, fructose or artificial sugars, 310’s plant-based diet shakes are a great long-term clean shake option. It appears that 310 Shakes get their flavor from real ingredients and natural sweeteners.

So, what about Shakeology? Their Vanilla shake contains 7g of sugar per serving, which adds up pretty quick, especially if you’re having two shakes a day!

Unfortunately, Beachbody’s Shakeology shakes contain fructose – a type of sugar that comes from fruit but is still controversial. The problem with fructose comes when you don’t get it directly from fresh fruits, but in processed food products. When you consume these items, you get a large amount of fructose (much more than in natural fruits), which can only be processed by the liver. This puts a lot of strain on the liver and has even been linked to potential liver and heart problems (with a large amount of fructose consumption). So, you may not want to take the risk of including this ingredient in your daily diet—or in your shake. (3)

Artificial Sugars

A good rule of thumb to remember is that natural is always best. A great thing about both the 310 Nutrition and Beachbody’s Shakeology shakes is that they don’t contain artificial sweeteners. Many other diet shake brands go this route with their shakes, in an effort to reduce calories.

The problem is that current research suggests that artificial sugars may actually lead to weight gain in certain instances, due to their extra-sweet nature and because they don’t promote satiety in the brain. In addition, other studies show that continued long-term use of these sweeteners may lead to potential health problems. (4)


If you don’t consume enough high-quality protein, you won’t stay full or properly fuel your muscles or body; In addition, you may end up mindlessly snacking on foods that aren’t so great for you.

Shakeology: With 16g of protein in each Shakeology shake and 15g in each 310 Shake, these products are pretty equivalent. But the protein types matter as well.

The Shakeology Vanilla Shake has these proteins: whey, pea, sacha inchi, chia, flax and quinoa. This mix of whey-based and plant-based proteins can help with proper nutrition and weight management.

310 Shakes: 310 takes it a step further with a special Tri-Plex (or triple-blend) of three proven plant-based proteins: brown rice, pea and hemp. Just like with the Shakeology shake, these ingredients both nourish the body and provide metabolism-boosting, satiating ingredients that can help with weight loss. Plus, their formula contains “the optimal amounts for absorption and results.”


Fiber is right up there with protein in importance, since it helps keep you full, assists with proper digestion, and helps clear out “junk” and toxins from the body. Plus, it can help keep you from urges to splurge on the wrong foods or eat before it’s time for your next meal.

310 takes the lead in this category with 5g of fiber per serving, almost twice as much as Shakeology which has 3g of dietary fiber per serving.

Carbs & Net Carbs

Neither of the shakes are carbo loaded but 310 Shakes have half the amount of carbs of Beachbody Shakes, which is a good thing if you’re considering a low-carb or keto diet, where you turn fat into fuel. In this way, 310 Shakes would make great keto shakes if you’re abiding by that dietary program.


Both shakes tout 70+ superfoods. We won’t get into the long list of them here but there’s no shortage of super-nutrients included in these shakes—everything from antioxidants to adaptogens to greens blends to probiotics and more!



Shakeology was created by a fitness company called Beachbody. Beachbody Co-Founder and CEO Carl Daikeler hated eating veggies. Then his wife looked down at the burger he was eating and said he ate like a second grader. It was that comment that led him to ask if she would use her experience designing supplements and nutritional shakes to help Beachbody create a product that a self-proclaimed “anything-but-vegetable-tarian” would eat.

She partnered with a guy named Darin who had a passion for hunting out the most nutritional foods on Earth and created Shakeology for people who hate to eat veggies. Now, hundreds of thousands of Coaches who once purchased the shakes for themselves now sell the shakes for a commission—a company model that many call multi-level marketing.

310 Shakes

310 Shakes were created by a company called 310 Nutrition, with Co-Founder Tim Sharif continuing to add meaningful commentary to their Facebook Community daily. Ultimately, 310 is the “phenomenal result of an idea that of the current meal replacement shake options on the market, there simply had to be better. Much, much better.”

After much research and digging, Tim and his business partner discovered that most of the meal replacement shake options currently on the market were seriously lacking in quality nutrition. And many of them had troubling ingredients that were the complete opposite of healthy such as lots of sugar, fillers, artificial sweeteners and unpronounceable chemical additives.

So they plowed forward passionately, creating a product and healthy lifestyle brand they were proud of – and that now appears to draw a devoted army of followers (some of them even famous!)

There’s a huge community of “310 Lifers” and millions of users that spread the word about 310 daily without getting paid to do so or getting a commission. There are also quite a few celebrity endorsers of 310. Today, the company offers their signature shakes, along with green juices, healthy lemonades, supplements and other healthy lifestyle products.


This was a tough competition as both shakes were created to give you ultimate nutrition with vitamins, minerals, and superfoods, while keeping you full and energized with quality protein and fiber.

But when it comes to price, calories, protein type, sugar, number of flavors, convenience, popularity without being paid, and taste reviews, it’s 310 Shakes for the win!

To sum it up, 310 Shakes are more economical when it comes to price (at $2.43 per serving vs. $4.33 per serving), and they have lower calories at 90 vs. 130 per serving. 310 Shakes also have no sugar including fructose or artificial sweeteners. In contrast, Beachbody Shakeology Shakes contain 7g of sugar per serving (from controversial fructose).

Both shakes are convenient to make, but more people said they liked 310 Shake powders simply mixed in a shaker cup with water or low-calorie milk. In comparison, Shakeology Reviews suggest the product is better when blended with other ingredients.

Finally, many users seemed to love the taste of 310 Shakes (especially their most recent shake formula), while more people disliked than liked the taste/texture of Shakeology Shakes.

Thinking of trying one of these shakes?

Now you’re armed with information on Shakeology vs 310, so you can make an informed choice about which shake will work best for you. May the best diet shake help you reach your goals!