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Good morning,
I am having difficulty taking down my Protein Shakes (premier and isopure). Are there any good Protein shakes(non-flavor) recommendations??
Thanks
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Are you doing the milky Protein Shake or the sports drink kind..
Because there is a good one from Isopure let me send you a picture.. it's 21 bucks on Amazon's 16 servings and 20grms of Protein per serving.1556939347983.jpeg

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A very good suggestion. Thanks Big Ange!

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I found some shakes to be too sweet after surgery. I love Unjury vanilla with 2% Fairlife. I mix it in a shaker, let the bubbles settle while I get ready for work and split the liquid into 2 5oz baby bottles with caps. (Walmart) I can't find any other small drink bottles. nectar is delicious if you do like sweet and flavor. I like the chocolate truffle and vanilla bean torte. They also have Water mix flavors. I don't like those, but they have a huge variety. I bought a massive sampler for $35 from Amazon. I am looking for a strawberry banana if anyone knows of any that aren't too sweet.

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