Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably can answer it..
Of course I am not demeaning them. I teach at a rural.
With a special needs population at 20+%. 3 of the 5 classes I teach are inclusion-based Special Ed classes with Collaboration. I am starting my Rank 1 in Special Ed next August..
I just felt like a dumbass for not figuring this out sooner. Mea culpa for being an insensitive prick...
I am sure you will be an effective role model and a real asset to a struggling population. Thanks.....
Glad you figured that one out, I started putting unjury in my drinks to, but I can still taste it and it makes me sick, I am still struggling getting in the protein.....
Thanks for the information on Ungury, I will be ordering products from them...
A year post op and I am stlll figuring thing out. I also have a season pass to ride the short bus. One day I things will click...
Not to worry, Steve. This is a long.
Process. We each have to learn what works for us and what doesn't. I'm having the same issue with my liquid protein pre-surgery diethow do I get all the protein in and stay under 600 calories? It's trial and error...
I have not been able to do the actual protein powder, so I do 3 homemade protein shakes a day that have 20g of protein each. I mix mine in my ninja and put it in the fridge and my goal is to drink it throughout the day getting 60 grams of protein in while doing so..
1/3 cup non-fat dry milk.
8 oz skim or 1% milk.
1 packet of No Sugar added Carnation instant breakfast(5g of protein per packet).
(9 grams of protein in 1/2 cup).
1(1oz) package sugar-free instant pudding mix, any flavor.
2/3 cup non-fat dry milk.
2 cups skim or 1% milk.
They advise not more than 1 meal/day.
(16g of protein).
1 cup skim or 1% milk.
1/3 cup nonfat dry milk.
You could also use the sugar free syrups for flavor..