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Boost High Protein Complete Nutritional Drink, Chocolate Sensation, 8 fl oz Bottle, (Pack of 24) $16.07

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only 16 grams of protein, top 2 ingredients are water and sugar.

might as well just chug some cottage cheese or yogurt 🤷
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only 16 grams of protein, top 2 ingredients are water and sugar.

might as well just chug some cottage cheese or yogurt 🤷
15g protein, 33g carbs w/ 27g sugar... should be marketed as an energy drink.
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mix your own from protein powder so you can control the other ingredients

water, sugar and fourth item is corn syrup

"milk protein" is an interesting way of saying it's not whey
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only 16 grams of protein, top 2 ingredients are water and sugar.

might as well just chug some cottage cheese or yogurt 🤷
Yes, after water, 2 of the top 3 ingredients are sugar. "Boost" your way to diabetes, and a spare tire around the middle. How can anyone fall for the lie that this liquid candy bar is a healthy meal replacement?
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15g protein, 33g carbs w/ 27g sugar... should be marketed as an energy drink.
Seriously need one with a lot less sugar and salt. I am fairly certain my workouts are never intense enough to need salt. I just want something semi-healthy and filling when I do not have time to cook.
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mix your own from protein powder so you can control the other ingredients

water, sugar and fourth item is corn syrup

"milk protein" is an interesting way of saying it's not whey
What is your favorite protein powder?
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only 16 grams of protein, top 2 ingredients are water and sugar.

might as well just chug some cottage cheese or yogurt 🤷
No way I'm chugging cottage cheese
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This is utter crap. Anything you find in "health" section at Walmart is garbage produced at cheapest cost with longest shelf life.
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decent- thanks so much
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Working in the hospital, I see these given to patients a lot of times. I agree it's tons of sugar, but some people have very poor appetites when stricken by chronic illnesses and are very cachectic. That being said, they're good for people who aren't eating much due to anorexia secondary to debilitating diseases (such as cancer or AIDS) but need some sort of caloric source.
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Working in the hospital, I see these given to patients a lot of times. I agree it's tons of sugar, but some people have very poor appetites when stricken by chronic illnesses and are very cachectic. That being said, they're good for people who aren't eating much due to anorexia secondary to debilitating diseases (such as cancer or AIDS) but need some sort of caloric source.
Yeah my mom just had a gastro bypass and could only have these and other liquid meals for two weeks straight.

That being said they fell the worst on her stomach out of everything she had and the sugar content in these is ridiculous. If you need protein, you could get a mix with x2 the protein and less sugar. I loved muscle milk but that reers on the sugary side
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"milk protein" is an interesting way of saying it's not whey
milk protein (isolate or concentrate) is just filered protein in its native state--meaning unadultered ratio of casein (~80%) and whey (~%20) found in bovine milk. neither inherently inferior nor superior to standalone whey or casein.
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Working in the hospital, I see these given to patients a lot of times. I agree it's tons of sugar, but some people have very poor appetites when stricken by chronic illnesses and are very cachectic. That being said, they're good for people who aren't eating much due to anorexia secondary to debilitating diseases (such as cancer or AIDS) but need some sort of caloric source.
I think that those nutritional drinks such as Boost and Ensure were actually targeted at the very elderly people who have problems such as what you mention.My dad is very old and can't eat or taste many things but can taste and enjoy this.
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