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Unjury

A special protein powder for weight loss surgery patients.

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If you have undergone bariatric surgery, you know how vitally important it is for you to get all of the nutrients you need, particularly when it comes to protein.

Unjury is a specialized protein supplement that was developed to accommodate your unique nutritional needs with its quality ingredients and its superior taste. Made from whey protein isolate, Unjury promises to deliver you taste, nutrition, quality, trust and affordability with each scoop so that you can continue to maintain your weight loss and give your body the nutrients it needs.

While most protein powders taste like pulverized chalk, Unjury has been heralded by many users for its supreme taste. It comes in five flavors: vanilla, chocolate, strawberry sorbet, chicken soup and unflavored. One scoop delivers 20 grams of protein, no fat or cholesterol and contains 100 calories.

Even though it was formulated for weight loss surgery patients, Unjury can be consumed by anyone who wrestles with getting enough protein from the elderly to vegetarians.

EDITOR’S TIP: Combine this supplement with a proven fat burner as Sletrokor for better results

PRO
  • Made with high quality protein
  • Convenient way of meeting protein needs
  • Comes in five flavors
  • Can be consumed by anyone who is at risk for not getting enough protein
CON
  • Should check with your physician before taking it
  • Contains milk and soy
INGREDIENTS

Chocolate Unjury contains whey protein isolate, fructose, natural and artificial flavors, cocoa powder, soy lecithin, xanthan gum, aspartame, acesulfame.

Vanilla Unjury contains whey protein isolate, fructose, natural and artificial flavors, soy lecithin, xanthan gum, aspartame, acesulfame.

Strawberry Unjury contains whey protein isolate, fructose, natural and artificial flavors, citric acid, soy lecithin, aspartame, acesulfame, FD&C Red #40, FD&C Yellow #6.

Chicken soup Unjury contains whey protein isolate, hydrolyzed soybean/corn protein, salt, hydrolyzed corn gluten, soy lecithin, yeast extract, onion powder, garlic powder, disodium guanylate, disodium inosinate, spice and coloring (contains tumeric), modified cornstarch, spices and herbs, natural flavors.

Unflavored Unjury contains whey protein isolate and soy lecithin.

ADMINISTRATION

One scoop of Unjury can be added to milk, dried pudding, gelatin, water and many other foods in order to increase the protein content of a meal or snack. The Unjury website contains recipes and tips for using the protein supplement.

DIET and EXERCISE

There are no specific diet or exercise guidelines while taking Unjury, but if you are a bariatric patient or have special nutritional needs, discuss using this product with your medical practitioner.

CONCLUSION

Unjury is a special protein supplement that was created to meet the protein needs of bariatric surgery patients even though anyone who has trouble meeting their protein needs can consume it.

Containing high quality whey protein isolate and no chalky aftertaste, Unjury can be added to a number of liquids in order to boost the protein content of your next meal or snack.

Just to be on the safe-side, talk to your medical practitioner before using it.

Common Misspellings

ungury, injury, unjury protein, unjuree



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pat

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my husband had gastric sleeve 10 weeks ago and has lost 90 pounds with 4 scoops a day of unjury and two-three small meals.

posted May 30th, 2012 2:23 am


Cry

My doctor recommended this for me for pre-surgery weight loss. The taste isn't perfect, but it's better than most other products out there. It is expensive, but you'll spend more money trying other things and failing, than sticking to this stuff.

posted Mar 23rd, 2012 9:15 pm


Rhonda

Unjury was recommended to me by my dietician to use after gastric bypass surgery. They also gave it to me in the hospital, but the smell and taste made me very sick, so I refused to use it in the hospital. I tried several times when I got home to use it and it has taken me nearly nine months to be able to tolerate it. I put it in soy milk now with a few dashes of cinnamon and I can tolerate it, but it's not my favorite. I will continue to drink it though because I need the protein.

posted Mar 2nd, 2012 12:48 am


Quintin Willis

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Like with most new items we are introduced to you must get past the smell or taste. Itâ??s like acquiring a taste for mushrooms; you will come to love them. So is the same with unjury, after my by-pass surgery I knew I had to have a protein supplement and unjury was recommended to me. No gritty after taste, no lingering taste or after taste. I love the stuff and look forward to the next meal. The amount of protein is more than enough for daily meal consumption it also curves your hunger. Just drink plenty of water; it will work well with your body daily need for fluids. Bottom line, its greats stuff.

posted Feb 10th, 2012 3:32 pm


DIANA

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I have used this product for 3 years. I lost 153 pounds by lapband and Unjury.Never lost my hair or skin tone. GREAT taste..I tried about 30 product total and Unjury is the BEST in taste and texture!

posted Sep 25th, 2009 1:48 pm


crescendogal

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this is the BEST stuff!!! I've lost 20lbs in one week using 5 drinks a day with either skim milk or crystal light!!!

posted Sep 23rd, 2009 10:41 pm


Caretta Garland

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it is just is a little expensive.

posted Aug 19th, 2009 11:32 pm



   
 

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