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We're excited to introduce the newest flavors of BariatricPal's Protein One!

  • Coffee: BariatricPal Protein One coffee has as much caffeine as a cup of coffee, the sweetened, creamy, and pleasantly bitter taste of your favorite coffee drink, and less than 1 gram of sugar
  • Decaf Coffee: BariatricPal Protein One Decaf Coffee has no caffeine, it can be the right choice for you on a caffeine-free diet after weight loss surgery if your doctor suggests it.
  • Peanut Butter: BariatricPal Protein One Peanut Butter is made with real peanuts. It is creamy, sweet, salty, and satisfying, just like the peanut butter sandwiches you may have loved as a kid.
  • Cookies & Cream: BariatricPal Protein One Cookies and Cream has real cookie pieces, the sweet, chocolatey, creamy tastes you love, and the nutritional facts you trust from BariatricPal.

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get your protein, Vitamins, and Fiber in one easy shake – and lose weight at the same time? That’s why we made BariatricPal Protein One Multivitamin & Meal Replacement. BariatricPal Protein One can help you lose weight, fight hunger, and stay nourished as you enjoy the delicious formula.

The great-tasting shake can help you cut calories and carbs and lose more weight. The unique blend provides 27 grams of high-quality whey protein, 28 essential vitamins and minerals, and 5 grams of fiber. It is quick and convenient, so you can get your nutrients and a delicious treat anywhere!

Get 10% off with code E4FLV10PR1 at checkout

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@Alex Brecher So do these taste like frappacinos when blended with ice? I used to love Big Train Mocha Mix.

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I haven’t tried them like that yet! I’ll let you know once I do.

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Thanks! So does a full serving count as 1 complete Vitamin for RNYers? I presently use Celebrate chewables and have to take 2 per day. So it would be awesome to have this option sometimes for convenience!

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On 11/08/2018 at 18:25, FluffyChix said:



Thanks! So does a full serving count as 1 complete Vitamin for RNYers? I presently use Celebrate chewables and have to take 2 per day. So it would be awesome to have this option sometimes for convenience!


I’m not sure what your surgeon recommends! Take a look at the nutrition facts and let me know if they match up.

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