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ceresJust your problemOoSuper Moderator, Moderatormod
So, briefest of backgrounds: About a week ago I had surgery, and I have about another 3 weeks before I can so much as lay eyes upon solid foods, especially meat or nuts or anything that can't go into a blender and come out with the consistency of milk after a good straining. I also cannot have much sugar for the time being.
Anyone know of a sugar-free protein powder that isn't a) loaded up with artificial sweeteners and b) doesn't taste like creamy ass?
I've had to drink a bunch of the stuff lately (I miss meat SO MUCH) and let me tell you, there is some foul stuff out there. Syntrax Nectarz was recommended, and I got a few different flavors, but it tastes so intensely of Splenda that I have a hard time getting it down. I am aware of Any Whey powder and I have some, but it's got a really nauseating texture and seems to separate easily, making it even less pleasant. Is that just par for the course with this stuff?
I've been trying to drink more milk and eat more yogurt (which qualifies as a full liquid, color me surprised), but are there any other liquids with a high protein (and no added sugar) content that I'm forgetting about? Lactose and fructose are both tolerable.
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