Shake and stall problem

Lisa W.
on 6/20/14 9:11 am - Denver, CO

Lost 33 lbs first month now been in a stall 2 1/2 weeks eating protein as much as i can drinking like a fish just cant handle any shakes tried from cheap ones to vey expensive ones just cant do them how can i get in enough protein and brak my stall or does it just happen stalls end on their own.

        Lisa Willis













Scarlette B.
on 6/20/14 9:35 am - TX
RNY on 03/20/14

Hey Lisa..... If you do a search on stall you will see a gazillion posts on them in the 2nd month... Mine was 13 days.. :(.  I only lost 7.8 pounds my second month.  Stressed me the dang out!  Today is my 3 month surgaversity and I lost 15 pounds.   Good luck...stick to plan. It comes off. Xoxoxo

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on 6/20/14 11:13 am - OH

Stalls will end on their own but you do need to get enough protein to avoid serious health problems.

What shakes have you tried?  How do you make them?  Have you tried ready to drink clear protein drinks, like Isopure and Cytomax?  Have you tried hot protein drinks?  Have you tried the Unjury chicken soup? 

What about adding protein powder to things like Greek yogurt?

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Lisa W.
on 6/20/14 11:41 am - Denver, CO

i try what i can afford to try im on ssi and a very limited budget drinking carnation instant breakfast sugar free with 1/2 cup fat free milk and a 1/2 cup of powcered milk per say of my nut 23g of protein im doing ok on them just im trying not to get on scale but its hard but ty all so very much i thought id done somwthing wrong i wasnt losing anymore.

        Lisa Willis













CerealKiller Kat71
on 6/20/14 1:24 pm
RNY on 12/31/13

Premier Protein (Sam's, Costco and many grocery stores) have 30 g of protein and are ready-to-drink.  They taste pretty good, too -- only 160 calories.  You can use food stamps to buy them, if you get them.  

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