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You weren't lying when you said it was a huge list, LOL. Thanks, I bookmarked this page for future use.

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Thanks for that list. I copied it into a word doc and saved it. Although I have not gone through the whole process I went out and purchased some Isopure just to see what it tasted like. Want to at least get some idea of what is out there also. Well I purchased 7 bottles one of each falvor they had and so far they are not half bad. I have read that some folks think they are gross but I liked them. I will also try some others and go through some of the receipes also. Isopure has 40mg of Protein, no fat, no carbs etc..If you can tolerate gaderade you can dring these. I actually like these better..

Connie

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I affectionately call Isopure, Isopuke.

That stuff made me so sick. The funky floating, slimy pieces of whey made it even worse. I tried, and tried, and gave up.

I love Gatorade, but that stuff post-op was disgusting.

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LOL...I put it in the freezer and get it extra cold. shake real well.

There are 2 Isopures out there also I noticed. There is one by Natures Best I believe. Those are the 20oz bottles. There there is another that comes in 8oz bottles and looks like they only have 2 flavors. And does not say Natures Best. So I don't know if it is the same company or not..

I affectionately call Isopure, Isopuke.

That stuff made me so sick. The funky floating, slimy pieces of whey made it even worse. I tried, and tried, and gave up.

I love Gatorade, but that stuff post-op was disgusting.

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Wow, Girlfrien' you are the BOMB!

Thank you SO much for posting this, saving it to a file on my computer as

we speak!

Lisa

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Thought I would BUMP this for those out there looking for some yummy recipes and ideas on how to improve the Protein drinks/shakes ! ! ! Maybe it can get pinned at the top for easy access?

Thanks for the recipes. I have been trying a few of them, and have even been able to modify them to make them more ot my taste. My Magic Bullet is getting a big workout. :)

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Thanks for this list, I saved it and will try them when it's time!

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Ok seriously, you are a blessing to all of us here :) thank you for taking the time to post and help us out, sniff, sniff.

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Yes, ditto what Sleeve 4 me said! You are so helpful, Tiffykins!!!! Many thanks to you!!!

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Wow this is incredible!! Thanks Tiffy! :)

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