yogurt to the protein powder along with milk and a few ice cubes and yesterday I added sugar free orange cremesicle flavored yogurt. So, I'm getting the hang of it. But like I said, I'd much rather eat my meal than drink it. Nonetheless, every morning I faithfully make my shake and say these words....Bottoms Up!
Saturday, December 19, 2009
In order to meet my new requirement of 50-60 grams of protein per day, protein shakes are and forever will be a part of my daily routine. I'm still not quite sure how I feel about that. I mean there are some really good protein powders and drinks available on the market now and it isn't hard to find them at a reasonable price either, but I've always been the kinda girl who liked to eat my meals, not drink them. But I knew this when I made the decision to have the surgery, so I'm living with the consequences now. The boys are even getting the hang of mommy drinking her protein shakes now. Their used to daddy drinking them, but now I am too! So far I've purchased a vanilla flavor and a natural flavored one that is supposed to not have any taste so you can add it to things like soup and not have the sweet taste, but that's not the case. It's yucky! Blech! I like the vanilla flavor because you can add so much to it. Today I added sugar free Boston creme pie flavored