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Confirming the difference between Classic Zeal and Vegan Zeal

What is the real difference between Classic Zeal vs. Gluten Free, Vegan, Kosher Zeal?

First off, let’s address what is ZEAL? Zeal is an all-in-one nutritional drink, our most popular and flagship product. 

Zeal comes in a powder form that you are able to scoop and mix with six ounces of water. For best results, Zeal is recommended to be taken twice daily.

Zeal contains over 56 whole food nutrients that includes over 120 vitamins*, minerals and antioxidants, including stabilized rice bran and gamma oryzanol. Zeal’s natural source of clean energy can provide a boost of consistent and stable, long-lasting energy throughout your day.  We source the raw ingredients from all over the world and ship them to our U.S.-based GMP certified manufacturing facility. Zeal is made from naturally occurring ingredients.

In order to meet the health needs of our customers, Zeal comes in a variety of flavors and formulas. The formulas include: Classic, Gluten Free/Vegan/Kosher and Guarana Free. Zeal Classic represents the original formula launched in 2011 and comes in two flavors: Wild Berry and Mango. 
Our Vegan formula has slightly different ingredients in order to meet current gluten free, vegan and kosher certification standards. The Zeal Vegan formula used to be referred to as the harmonized formula that launched in early 2016. It is offered in three flavors: Bold Grape, Tropic Dream and Wild Berry. 

Zeal Guarana Free is the Vegan formula without the naturally occurring caffeine.  

Vegan products are really hot in the market now. People are wanting benefits without animal ingredients and no animal cruelty being part of the products they are ingesting or applying. But what does it really mean when a label says Vegan or Gluten free? 

What is Zeal Vegan? Zero trace of animal ingredients. 

A product that is vegan does not contain any animal ingredients or animal-derived ingredients. Many times, vegan also means the product is free from animal testing. Zeal is NOT tested on animals.

What is Gluten? Gluten is a structural protein naturally found in certain cereal grains.  

People are starting to take their health way more seriously than they did 20 years ago. People are living longer and being wiser about what they are putting in their bodies.  

There are so many new and alternative foods that are hitting the shelves and in the pantries of  many households. Over the last decade we have seen a rollercoaster of diets come and go. Most promising “amazing” results. The truth of the matter is that most are short term results if any and overtime shock your body. At the end of the day, everyone should be nurturing their bodies with healthy clean fats, carbs, protein, vitamins etc. Diets should not be restrictive nor make you miserable. Something vegan or gluten free doesn’t necessarily mean it is always healthy for you. It is all about the ingredients and your individual body. This is why we offer two formulas.

Fad diets we’ve seen over the decade:  

  • Whole30 
  • Juice Cleanse 
  • Paleo Diet 
  • Gluten Free 
  • Vegan Diet 
  • Ketogenic Diet 

The term “superfood” is a popular trending term referring to foods that offer maximum nutritional benefits for minimal calories. These superfoods are packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Most superfoods are plant-based. They are high in fiber, flavonoids (found in plants), and healthy fats.  

Superfoods have been associated with:  

  • Heart health 
  • A strong immune system 
  • Reduced inflammation  
  • Providing high amounts of antioxidants and vitamins 
  • Help to maintain cholesterol levels at a normal range. 

Examples of Superfoods: 

  • Berries (acai, blueberries, cranberries, goji berries, etc) 
  • Brazil nuts  
  • Avocado 
  • Beets 
  • Chia seeds 
  • Dark leafy greens (arugula, kale, bok choy, broccoli, etc) 
  • Salmon 
  • Tea 
  • Garlic 
  • Turmeric 

 Zeal can be considered an all-in-one superfood because of the multiple ingredients that are in it.  

The superfoods that are in Zeal include:  

  • Stabilized rice grain  
  • Aloe Vera 
  • Broccoli (Sprout) Extract  
  • Cranberry, Blueberry 
  • Green Tea Extract  
  • Turmeric Extract  
  • Goji Berry, Acai Berry  
  • And many more  

Zeal is a great example of a power food because of the clean ingredients and a perfect addition to any healthy diet. A Zeal a day allows you to feel better and nurture your body with the proper nutrients and vitamins with minimal effort. Zeal contains many superfoods in it which allows a maximum nutritional value in one product.  

Zeal Vegan is a great option for those looking for a product that they know has zero traces of animal ingredients in it and is a great option for those who have dietary restrictions due to celiac disease or a gluten intolerance. Not only is Zeal a great option health wise, but also for your wallet. Due to all of the ingredients packed in one Zeal you would have to spend over $700 for a 30-day supply of each ingredient separately. Zeal is the best option if you are looking for an alternative super food, convenience and budget.  

Ingredient Difference of Zeal Classic vs. Vegan: 


  • Added (Maca)  
  • Added (Beta Glucan) 
  • Added (Lychee) 
  • Does not contain Tyrosine (amino acid that is naturally produced in body) 
  • Does not contain Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) – fat soluble vitamin produced by skin 


  • Does not contain Maca
  • Does not contain Beta Glucan
  • Does not contain Lychee 


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