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I bought lots of 10 calorie jellies (or do you call them Jello? ) to eat during the immediate post op phase, but I've got loads left over, because I'm finding them unbearably sweet. I didn't initially believe what was said about tastes changing post op, but that has actually been my experience. I'm even finding grapes a little too sweet.

I take a flavoured Protein Shake to work for lunch, but that's just for convenience and to get enough Protein down my neck. I don't really enjoy the flavour. The rest of the time I eat proper food. I can even manage a tiny portion of steak now! 😃

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On ‎10‎/‎6‎/‎2018 at 6:09 AM, Dawn Marie Silvestro said:

What a great idea. I too donated my stuff to my cousin who just had surgery. I was happy to see it all go.

Sent from my LGMS210 using BariatricPal mobile app

My aunt is now wanting to get the surgery done. Using my surgeon too :D! Told her I would give it all to her. Great products just didn't work for me.

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Kintriesrny you can use those Protein waterto make popsicles dilute with crystal light and I think there great!!

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Looly use them mixed with Greek Yogurt and or cottage cheese and some cool whip

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53 minutes ago, clsumrall said:

Looly use them mixed with Greek Yogurt and or cottage cheese and some cool whip

I'd certainly try that - if I knew what cool whip was! 😉

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It’s a non dairy whipped cream

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Ah! We don't get it over our neck of the woods.

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Not too much of a loss, it is made of hydrogenated coconut oil and gives me GERD,every time. Give me natural whipped cream, well perhaps not, I need nothing to raise my weight.

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