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Most days it’s probably Diet Pepsi (which you can pry from my cold, dead hands!), coffee with a Protein Shake as Creamer or a smoothie. If I’m working it’s usually coffee and Protein shake that I drink in between sips of protein beef bouillon. On the rare occasion I’ll eat something first like a Protein Bar, pickled vegetables, or dinner (I work nights).

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I start with 2 cups of black Folgers coffee a day. I noticed the caffeine kick's in a bit differently since surgery so cut back to 2 cups max versus my normal 3.

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A mouthful of Water to swallow my nexium followed by milky rolled oats with 15-20 blueberries. I have this around 8:30am. I find I don’t enjoy Breakfast if I have it much earlier. For years I rarely had Cereal because of my lactose sensitivity & I either found it not filling or too filling. Now I love my rolled oats with lactose free milk. If I go out for breakfast I have scrambled eggs.

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I start with Water while I do a spin class then shower n make four shots of espresso with sugar free vanilla flavor and a vanilla Fairlife nutrition shake in it over ice. That will last until about noon n lunch then at around 2pm and so on.

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I have a latte with nonfat high Protein milk. I bring it to work in my thermos and it usually takes me an hour or so to finish. This always keeps be full until lunch. I am a huge fan of my nespresso and milk frother! All I have to do is dump the milk in a jug and press start and it does the heating and frothing for me while I chase down kids. Also over the years I’ve saved so much money vs going to Starbucks.

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water!

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I am a Breakfast eater. I know that puts me in the minority but it works for me.

I bought a Dash Eggbite maker so I make eggbites a lot and have them with fruit.

oatmeal with pumpkin puree and lily's chocolate chips.

A mini bagel with a yogurt.

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On 4/15/2021 at 8:45 AM, Jaelzion said:

Morning latte. I use Kitu super coffee which is low sugar and high Protein.

Oh boy... I tried the Creamer when I tried Keto and wow was it not for me.

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On 4/15/2021 at 8:43 AM, Tim C said:

Not pills. I normally start the day with a loaded up Protein Shake blended in the bullet. I may not have it until close to lunch time some days, I am never in a hurry to eat/drink first thing like I used to be. How about you?

I drink a power core Protein from FairLife. I like the strawberry banana one. It’s the closest thing that I can get to strawberry milk. Mmmmm

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17 minutes ago, Kukubari said:

I drink a power core Protein from FairLife. I like the strawberry banana one. It’s the closest thing that I can get to strawberry milk. Mmmmm

I just checked these out online because you are about the 30th person that I heard mention them and I noticed that they do have regular strawberry in the 42g Protein if you didn’t know that. Idk if that is too high of protein for you or you don’t like it. Just thought I’d mention it in case you didn’t know they have it.

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7 hours ago, ShoppGirl said:

I just checked these out online because you are about the 30th person that I heard mention them and I noticed that they do have regular strawberry in the 42g Protein if you didn’t know that. Idk if that is too high of Protein for you or you don’t like it. Just thought I’d mention it in case you didn’t know they have it.

Thanks for the heads up! Yeah I did know about the 42g ones but my dietician said the 23g ones or whatever the amount is are fine. The reality is they are great for the beginning of the healing process and good later for supplemental protein, but you don’t want to get most of your protein from shakes. You need to eat real food after a month or so post op.

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Breakfast is usually a couple of eggs or a high Protein porridge, occasionally a yoghurt or nut bar.

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Hello everyone! A newbie here.

I'm allover the place on this since I'm still on a liquid diet I'm not sure what's a meal and what's in-between liquids.

I usually eat within an hour of getting up, which is how I was before.

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