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Old Mon, Aug-14-17, 17:17
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Plan: LCHF
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Default Premier Protein Shakes

Has anybody tried these?
160 calories 30g protein and 5g carbs per drink.

I am getting a tooth extracted and dentist said I should not eat solids for couple days while hole heals or I could get dry socket.

I am just wondering if anybody has had these. If so, were they good? What flavor do you like?

I'm thinking chocolate. I am hoping it doesn't cause a stall.

Thanks.
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Old Tue, Aug-15-17, 09:56
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Plan: mostly milkfat
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I used to hate most protein shakes until I went low carb. I find most of them taste pretty good as long as you're allowed to blend in an egg or two or some heavy cream. Most of what makes a protein powder taste bad is being able to taste the whey protein. I find adding a bit of extra cocoa powder myself helps too.
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Old Tue, Aug-15-17, 10:30
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I like the Premier shakes. I don't use them often, but occasionally when I'm busy or traveling. I've tried vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and banana. I like them all but banana is my favorite.
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Old Tue, Aug-15-17, 14:43
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Thanks,
I'm gonna give the chocolate a try. Just got my tooth pulled so no eating for 2 days.
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Old Tue, Aug-15-17, 15:39
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Plan: DANDR '92
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Hope the healing goes well

Just a word of caution ... don't use a straw to drink those shakes; sip from a cup instead. The sucking force can dislodge the clot, which in turn could lead to "dry socket". Don't ask how I know this
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Old Tue, May-15-18, 21:14
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Carmel ones are my favorite. Find them at Sam's Club.
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