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i bought that chocolate and vanilla powder and find the taste 😒. Any recommendations for comparable shakes that you like? Also, where you ordered them from? Thanks!!!

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Ironically the Premier Protein is my favorite too. I like the vanilla and caramel. Also, GENEPRO daily in my coffee.

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I use bariatric pal vanilla and add 2 T Peanut Butter to,it. Or vanilla powder and fresh berries

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Body Fortress They look like Tide Pods, The chocolate rocks! 60g per pod.

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A lot of people also love the fair life at Walmart because they taste like ice cream. They do and I drink them some days but it’s hard to finish because it’s so sweet. I drink unico a lot and GNC lean a lot.

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I have only used Unjury and have been very satisfied for 7 months now. You can find it at Unjury. Com

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I like Syntrax Nectar powder, Unjury powder, both mixed with unsweetened vanilla almond milk. For ready to drink shakes I like Ensure Max Protein chocolate flavor.

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Premier Protein or GNC Lean shakes have been by staple forever now.

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Musclepharm Cookies and cream

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Evolve, chocolate. Also, almond butter powder. (I'm allergic to peanuts, soy, eggs & dairy. Fake sugar upsets my stomach & gives me migraines.)
Greens detox pwdr, the Dr was very pleased with me having these. It made the surgery so much easier. (I had Liver detox pills also, which he liked. I started on them about 2 months prior.
I get Protein Water for my mom who is Diabetic.
And Bai for the antioxidants, cuz I can't stand most gatorade. I also get infused water.
Protein crisps for my mom and me when I am up to that level.
The Maca Up is best in something like mashed potatoes. It is a little texturey in shakes.< br>The unflavored Organic Protein, I put in Soups and mashed potatoes with plenty of broth pwdr or other seasoning. It has a very light vanilla-ish taste. But is easily seasoned over.
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