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kind of late to reply, but thought i would try...saw GENEPRO in GNC today, and was trying to find info....any updates, new users, or reviews?

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Nope, it's still snake oil and should be avoided.

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thanks for the info...i recently visited a GNC in a different city than where i live and it was the first time i have ever seen it! didnt realize it has been around for a while....

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On 8/14/2017 at 8:52 AM, funky_monkey800 said:

thanks for the info...i recently visited a GNC in a different city than where i live and it was the first time i have ever seen it! didnt realize it has been around for a while....

I'm going to suggest against Isopure unflavored. It's repulsive. Adds a very odd taste to things. I have a big $50 tub of it just sitting at my house collecting dust now. It's terrible. I tried mixing it with sugar free pudding and it totally changed the flavor of the pudding. It's up to you to try obviously! I'm just saying in my experience, it is not good.

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Unjury does not seem to taste at all. I found it recommended elsewhere here and am very pleased.

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Thanks for all the info!😀

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Quest has a new unflavored one and it's the first one I actually can add into things and not taste a difference! Wish they'd had it earlier when I had my surgery, but better late than never!

I can't find the flavorless


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Better late than never, I use GENEPRO daily as a supplement to Protein I take in via food. It is approved by my nutritionist, however I do not count it as 30 grams of protein, i count it as 15. I mix it in with my morning hot tea, greek yogurt, diet grape crandberry juice and PB2. I am 4 months out, down 68 pounds and all of my lab work has come back perfect. For me personally, it truly is the best supplement.

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