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    Protein Drink???????

    Which protein drink is best for healing a wound...my DR. said i should take 1 but which is best? Went to GNC they had 15 different types...ty
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    bsn syntha 6
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      #3
      Don't forget good old skim milk. Our plastic surgeons push this, it is cheap, and it works. If you are lactose intolerant, soy milk has nearly as much protein.

      (KLD)
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        #4
        What about a yogurt smoothie:
        1/4 cup plain no fat yogurt
        4-5 washed, hulled strawberries (or other fresh or frozen fruit)
        1/2 banana, broken into pieces
        a splash of orange juice
        dash of vanilla
        4 ice cubes
        (protein powder of your choice, optional)
        Whirl in the blender until smooth.

        This really sticks with you all morning if you have it for breakfast, it is tasty and you get two servings of fruit at the same time. Enjoy

        All the best,
        NL

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          #5
          Protein Drink

          Jay Robb, which I order on-line, has no cholesterol. It is all natural. All of the others have a good amount of cholesterol. Hope this is helpful.

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            #6
            Originally posted by sci-nurse View Post
            don't forget good old skim milk. Our plastic surgeons push this, it is cheap, and it works. If you are lactose intolerant, soy milk has nearly as much protein.

            (kld)
            i always mix w/ skim milk
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              #7
              i know fujentes will disagree but i love muscle milk i drink it just about everyday for the prtein and chocolate fix

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                #8
                Originally posted by fuentejps View Post
                bsn syntha 6
                optimim nutrition gold standard
                Syntha 6 has a terrific taste, 200 calories/serving, 22g protein/serving, 5g fiber/serving 60mg cholesterol.
                Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey Gold Standard (Natural) has an OK taste, 130 calories, 24g protein, no fiber, 30mg cholesterol.

                I drink both. Syntha 6 is more filling and can replace a meal if you miss one or are lazy....or stuck in bed.

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                  #9
                  High protein Boost.

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                    #10
                    Protein Drinks
                    My lil Brother is a weight lifter and he likes gnc powder it has all the nutrients and when my brother makes his drink batch it comes out like a smoothie
                    Tastes good too

                    GNC has lots of flavors and kool stuff
                    someday i'll go to GNC and buy bulk builder it has ingredients to help feed tired muscles , Very good for energy lift up's
                    I like making vanilla icecream smoothies

                    Good luck
                    GL

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                      #11
                      I make protein shakes with a soy based protein power called "Secure", comes in different flavors, i like vanilla so I can add things to it. I use 1 scoop protein powder, which has 70 calories 1.5gm fat, 7 grams of protein, about 1 cup plain or unsweetened Soy milk. I then add fruit of my choice, 1/2 banana, blueberries, or strawberries.

                      To add more protein you can then add some plain non fat or 1% Greek Yogurt which is very high in protein. You can also add in about 1 tablespoon of natural peanut butter (if not allergic obviously) for more added protein. Throw it all in the blender with ice.

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