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Adrian Pace speaks to the Conscious Foods Network on Gelato

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Meet Adrian Pace, the founder of Forte High Protein Gelato.

Adrian's favorite quote is "Through challenge comes inspiration."  You will find this quote on every cup of Forte High Protein Gelato, and it's not without significant meaning.  Forte High Protein Gelato Founder Adrian Pace was born with a severe congenital heart condition that led him to go through six open-heart surgeries before the age of 39. 

In 2009, after spending over 8 months in a hospital awaiting a heart transplant, Adrian had his inspiration.  After experiencing a variety of foods and unpalatable supplements during that time to sustain his health, Adrian was determined to create a better alternative for getting nutrition and healthy eating. The idea for Forte High Protein Gelato was born, fueled by the quest to make a healthy treat that is all natural, nutritious and delicious.  He wanted to create something special not just for patients, but for everyone to enjoy. 

With 15 grams of protein, only 2.5 grams of fat and an insanely rich and creamy taste and texture, Forte High Protein Gelato is proof of his success.  Quality ingredients like rBST-free skim milk and cream, organic agave nectar and cage-free egg yolks make each perfectly portioned treat as decadent as it is nourishing. Forte is now a favorite among athletes, nutritionists, families, and healthy lifestyle advocates everywhere.

Join The Conscious Foods Network interviewer Jamie Herbstman in welcoming Adrian Pace.  We will discuss his quest to create Forte, why protein is an important functional food, and the benefits of a high protein diet. 

The Conscious Foods Network is a community who believes food should be additive and preservative free, even if it comes in a package. 

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