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This is the only Protein your coffee will ever need. Available exclusively through BariatricPal!

With 4g protein and 2g carbs, ProteinFirst is the first coffee creamer for weight loss and bariatric patients that disperses completely and tastes delicious.

You may have given up your favorite morning cup or dealt with a nightmare of lumps, clumps and tasteless messes. Until now. ProteinFirst has been painstakingly formulated to disperse completely in about 15 seconds, using only a spoon.

The result? A creamy cup of coffee you will enjoy—filled with great-tasting, guilt-free protein. It's a cup you can feel good about, too, because there's no added sugar or excess carbs, fat and calories.

Order now to enhance your line of weight loss and weight control products with this extraordinary, protein-fortified coffee Creamer.

As the only protein creamer that instantly dissolves with just a spoon, ProteinFirst is specially formulated so it won't clump, lump or stick when stirred into hot beverages like coffee, tea, and hot chocolate.< /span>

And it delivers a rich, creamy vanilla taste with every cup. With just 4g of protein, 0g sugar, 2g carbs and only 25 calories, now you can enjoy your coffee and protein every single morning.

ProteinFirst Protein Coffee Creamer

Order this one-of-a-kind creamer today and get your morning started right with ProteinFirst.

31 X Servings per ProteinFirst Protein Coffee Creamer bag.

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