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Have you tried the Isopure zero carb waters: http://www.gnc.com/p...oductId=2612796

They taste like Vitamin Water. I really like them and they are NOT thick and gritty...... thin as Water. That way you could get your water and Protein at the same time. My doctor said they were good for all stages from pre to post-op. He also suggested the green tea Isopure for sensitive stomachs. One 20oz bottle gives you 40g of Protein.< /p>

Cassandra

What flavors do you like in the Isopure Zero Carb Waters? I am going to go get some and have the fridge stocked for when I get home from the hospital. They are expensive but seem like they would be worth it to get in 40 grams of protein and 20 0z of fluid!

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I think the alpine punch is the best.......I bought some peach mango and they are disgusting......I have to put a ton of crystal light in them just to choke them down.

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i had my surgery a week ago today... I'm putting my Protein Unjury Unflavored into my 1 cup of chicken broth and having that 3 times a day it takes me about 30 mins to get it down then I take Popsicles throughout the day and I have a bottle of crystal light Water on my night stand that I sip on all day. I haven't had any problems with the sipping part I sometimes feel I can do more than sipping like taking larger sips but then I get a cringe in my tummy and ok it's back to sipping lol..

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