Cambridge Diet replacement shakes have a long history. In 1970, Alan Howard, Ph.D. and a distinguished team of research nutritionists and medical doctors at Cambridge University in England, developed a meal replacement that supplied all the known nutrients the body needed in a very-low-calorie formula.
The commercial rights to the formula were acquired by Cambridge Plan International in the United States, and here the flavor of the formula was dramatically improved and in 1979, it emerged as The Cambridge Diet. During the 1980’s a totally integrated system for nutrition and weight management was created under the direction of Robert O. Nesheim, Ph.D., one of the most widely respected authorities in the field of nutrition.
The new expanded line of products were developed with added fiber, added protein to supply 100% of the US RDA, additional calories, and improved taste and variety. One serving contains 33% of the US RDA required vitamins and minerals for optimized daily nutrition.
Currently Cambridge Diet is sold in the Americas, in Europe, in Asia, and Australia. More than 25 million people have successfully used Cambridge Diet in 25 countries all over the world!