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Im sorry, I know they taste terrible. I dont mind the Unjury readymade though. I give it a 10/10 on taste for a Protein Shake.

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I'm lucky I got powder and it tastes like a milkshake

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12 hours ago, Superman84 said:

I'm lucky I got powder and it tastes like a milkshake

Do you do it with skim milk or Water?

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I’ve used it with Water, put it in my Soup , mashed potatoes, yougart, crystal light etc didn’t stay down

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Is it the Protein itself you think or the taste/aftertaste?

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12 hours ago, Brent701 said:

Do you do it with skim milk or Water?

Ice cold water.. Milk will add too many calories and sugar.

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Unjury ready to drink has milk in it but only 2G of sugar and 110 calories in 8.5oz. I put that stuff against anything else for best taste

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1 minute ago, Brent701 said:

Unjury ready to drink has milk in it but only 2G of sugar and 110 calories in 8.5oz. I put that stuff against anything else for best taste

Unjury is the only RTD one I've found so far that I like. Their powdered Protein is good as well.

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If your more than 6 months post op, you shouldn’t need shakes. My Protein goal is low 50grams and I’m doing perfectly fine. Weight loss and lab wise. Don’t let people discourage you.

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Well it's a personal preference.. Some ppl are so busy they may need to substitute one meal for a shake still..

I'm nearly 5 months post surgery and still use shakes on days when I'm real busy.. my Protein goal is still high.. everyone is different

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