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i think you got the right one. It's whey protein but called "Pure Protein" my label came off so all i see is a plastic tub.



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RHIOW1947...i looked at the calorie and a full scoop has 160 calories and 25 gr protein per scoop.

DebbieAnne..maybe i purchased the wrong thing. it is labeled "pure protein" there were several types, but some of the info was confusing for me and i was nervous as hubby was with me and i get nervous when i try to read and figure out what i want and i knew he was in a hurry to get home and....now there was stuff on a special rake in the middle of the main isle called pure muscle, but i didn't look at that. i had wrote down that you had gotten "pure protein". i know this sure doesn't add up to the one James had described earlier in this thread, but i do believe he orders it off the internet.

i will have to try your smoothie in the summer when it is hot and the garden is producing spinach for me. can't wait for the weather to warm up so i can start some mixed lettuce seed and some spinach seed so i can enjoy the fresh salads and of course cucumbers. i just love them in the summer fresh from the garden. one more month and then the threat of frost will be passed for us.

have a fun Sunday.

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RHOW, Yes depending on what you use it in. I'm guessing 110 calories for the full scoop. This is sold at Walmart near Pharmacy section near slim fast and ENSURE



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Are there calories in the pure protein you are all talking about?

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I'm so glad you enjoyed it. I might try it on or in my coffee just to see how that is.
If you ahve a blender try 1 cup any milk product, one scoop pure Protein Vanilla, 1 cup fresh or frozen berries of your choice and maybe even a small handful of fresh spinach or kale and give it a whirl.



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Hi Guys...i finally got to the big city yesterday and did finally pick up a thing of Pure Protein from Walmart. i honestly didn't look at the price, because it was what i wanted to try. i purchased the vanilla flavored and i wanted to tell you that i couldn't wait for this morning to give it a try in my oatmeal and coffee this morning. i tried 1/2 scoop in my oatmeal this morning and the vanilla flavor added so much to it that i actually thought it even sweetened the oatmeal and i actually thought it was way too sweet, i will have to try not putting the stevia pkt in my oatmeal and i'm sure that will be good. all in all i liked it in coffee (only added 1 tsp to coffee as i like milk or something in coffee...i'm not a black coffee drinker) and i liked it in oatmeal this morning.
my oatmeal breakfast consists of;
1/4 cup dry oatmeal, 1/2 cup skim milk, 1 tbsp peanut butter, 1 pkt of stevia then i nuke it all for about 2 and 1/2 minutes stir and eat. this morning i added one half scoop of the pure protein and was super delicious.
so here is to experimenting with this pure protein.

Thank you everyone for the info on the protein.

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Thanks for the nutrition info, James. You are so smart.

I'd also suggest if you add the Protein Powder to cooked foods You might use an unflavored. Vanilla is great for most others. I add the vanilla to my smoothies as well.

The "Pure Protein" from Walmart was $18.00 here in Oregon. it may be less elsewhere.



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I add the powder to smoothies if I do not add yogurt. Yum and protein!
Thank you for the nutrition breakdown, James.

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James...Thank you for your info and help. i will be getting to the big city of Altoona, Pa. either this week or definitely next week and i will check into it.

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Subject: which protein powder in baking, cooking?

PANDABEAR42,
Yes it is whey protein that I get 95% of the time. Soy protein is less common, and unless you are super allergic to lactose, then you don't really need to use soy protein.

I've tried a few different protein powder types in my recipies. My favourite is vanilla flavour both in bread, cake, and pancakes. Sometimes I use chocolate flavour for any of those too.

I use a protein "isolate", which means fewer carbs. My vanilla powder says per 100 grams it has 5 grams of carbs, 78 grams of protein and 1 gram of fat.

Adding those up is 84, so still a mystery as to what the missing 16 are, and it can't all be vanilla flavour. But in my experience, the missing grams are key in the texture of what comes out, for the better. A purer form of powder, with more protein and less of the mystery fluff tends to bake more like a rock.

I don't have any particular brand to suggest, but take a look at the nutrition label for similar breakdown of carbs and protein, any mystery fluff.

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Thank you DebbieAnne for everything. i never thought of adding it to those things. i'm anxious to get some Pure protein and try it out.

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yes. I've even added a little in soup and chili and oatmeaal. I ahven't made his pancakes or waffles yet that that is coming up.



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Thank you DebbieAnne...can this also be used in some of James' recipes?

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I got "Whey" From WalMart near Pharmacy area. It's called "Pure Protein" and Vanilla flavored. It's pretty good stuff. I use either milk or Almond milk in mine.



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James...I remember you mentioning protein powder....can it be purchased at like wal mart? could it be called whey protein? I don't shop hubby does and I would like to try some of the recipes. Thank you for your input.

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Subject: how to research your nutrition

Dr. Joel Fuhrman has an interesting way to look at nutrition. His equation is:
HEALTH = NUTRIENTS / CALORIES

In other words get the most of a particular nutrient for the least calorie cost.

The nutritiondata website has a ton of data. I don't find their internal search button very good, but just googling "nutritiondata oranges" quickly leads you to this page:
nutritiondata.self.com/facts/fruits-
an
d-fruit-juices/1966/2


It shows about 1.1 mg per calorie consumed, and that you need to eat about 2/3 of an orange at about 50 calories to get your daily vitamin C needs.

Likewise googling "nutritiondata green peppers" gets you to this page:
nutritiondata.self.com/facts/vegetab
le
s-and-vegetable-products/2536/2


So green peppers rate about 4 mg per calorie, and so about 2/3 of a green pepper at about 15 calories gets you your daily vitamin C.

The conclusion is that green peppers are a cheaper (fewer calories consumed) source of vitamin c, and that you don't have to eat a ridiculous amount to get your nutritional needs.
.... Of course one can look for any nutrient this way.

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LIGHTHOUSE1954,

I did not know that vitamin-c helps with gout. I might suggest eating about 2/3 of a green pepper each day. That gives you your daily vitamin c needs without the sugar that oranges have.

In fact per calorie consumed green peppers pack 4 times the vitamin-c compared to oranges.

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my add ins for my oatmeal don't change...i hated the taste of oatmeal until my husbands cousin told me about adding in peanut butter the all natural kind, no salt, no sugar just peanuts...i also add some walnuts that i break into large pieces and a pkt. of stevia, along with skim milk....i guess unfortunately that is my breakfast daily...probably not a good idea but it is easy to make.
i used to add some almond milk, but had to cut down on cost of things and hubby won't use almond milk so...

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If you eat oatmeal what are some of the things you like to add in it?

Me? I like a little almond milk. In Fall months I love pumpkin spice and jsut about any kind of berries frozen or fresh.



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Lighthouse...i made a ground turkey vegetable soup for super on Thursday....husband doesn't like anything healthy as he says. i was surprised he really liked the soup and even had it for lunch today. i'm learning to put more veggies into what i'm cooking when i'm cooking....when hubby cooks...that is another story...he cooks differently. The veggies add flavor to everything. veggies don't have to be boring....at least i'm trying to change them up some.

Thank you to those who have given me ideas on the evening snack. i read on one of the other threads about ice cream (butter pecan or peanut butter ripple)..well, i like my peanut butter in my oatmeal for breakfast. for me that is the only way to eat oatmeal.

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Because of gout in my knee I have to limit proteins. I can have chicken which I don't really like and I can have beans. I have to cut out red meats and pork. I like bacon, ham and beef so really miss not being able to eat them.

I am not into veggies and fruit but Have to eat them anyway. Thankfully I like oranges and am now eating a lot of them. Vitamin C helps relieve gout symptoms.

I have to admit that eating just veggies and fruit I am seeing better Blood Glucose Levels. I also am not eating near as much. It is easy to stay within calorie range when what you eat are things you don't really like. It just makes dinner very boring. It isn't that the veggies taste bad it is just that they are not what I want to eat.

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My evening snack is usually small. maybe greek yogurt or a piece of cheese is all



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I love having slice turkey & string cheese after supper
Protein & carb, helps my morning #

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James i like your breakfast...it looks inviting. actually i had the eggs, cheese and bacon on a whole wheat sandwich thin for Sunday's lunch.

you have colitis also. i have been doing so much better with the colitis since i had colon surgery about 5 years ago and had two thirds of my large intestine removed.

does anyone have an idea on an evening snack...i'm trying to get things working for me the right way.

i don't usually snack through the day..it is just, breakfast, lunch and dinner and unfortunately i like a snack in the evening...maybe it is because i'm a stress eater and in the evening i'm finally winding down from the daily stress. this is also when i do most of my drinking of water also.

i have coffee in the morning with my oatmeal with peanut butter...the natural type and i drink water most of rest of the day.

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PICKIE98,

you did say in the February discussion topic that you were trying to cut down on carbs.

In my opinion that is an excellent thing for a diabetic to do. I presume threat you don't eat sugar, and the reason for that is that 100% of its weight is carbs.

But would you eat something that was 90% carbs, or 80%, or 50%?

I ask because Cheerios are 65% carbs.

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I do eat Greek yogurt, but wehn I take my meds before leaving for work,I have a cup of Cheerios and a cup of 1/2% MILK SO MY STOMACH IS NOT UPSET. i THEN DO Not EAT UNTIL i GET HOME AT NOONISH AND USUALLY HAVE SOUP OR YOGURT AND LEFTOVER VEGGIES OR AN APPLE.
I am not yelling, I just bumped the caps key,,it is right with the other keys, sorry)
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PANDABEAR42,

I have ulcerative colitis myself, though it is in remission since I changed what I eat. I don't know if it is low carb that helped me, or possibly just not eating wheat. I changed so much in how I eat in order that get my blood sugar under control, and changed it all at once that I can't say what really helped.

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:-) There you go



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PICKIE98,

Is the hard part of cutting down on carbs for yourself, that you have cravings, or is it that you don't know what to eat.

Let me presume it is the latter. My personal low carb plan is to basically buy (and more importantly eat) things whose weight is 6% carbs or less. This way it is harder volume wise to eat too many.

Here is a starter list:
Breakfast:
Eggs (1%)
Bacon (0%)
Cheese (1%)
Greek yogurt (4%)
Protein powder based pancakes (4%)

Lunch/supper:
Meat (0%)
Brocolli (4%)
Cauliflower (2%)
... A host of other vegetables

I read labels all the time when shopping, and have a pocket calculator with to divide the carbs in the label by the serving size. If the food has no label, like cauliflower doesn't, then I research the nutrition on the Internet before shopping.

I have a protein powder based pancake recipe that I love and can direct you to. I make pancakes from it, and recently tried waffles. Here is a picture that I took.
Same recipe as for pancakes, but put it in the waffle maker:


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I agree with DebbieAnne, you have to ask for things you think you need. They will either prescribe it for you or tell you why they think you don't need it after all.

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Sometimes we have to take things into our own hands and tell the Dr.'s "I need a glucometer" Will you prescribe the test strips and lancets?" That's what I do. /She goes along with it. I know my body better than she does. (I also have a talking glucometer) It also depends on our insurance. Mine pays for everything.



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several years ago i had 2/3 of my large intestine removed due to problems with Crohn's. right now things seem to be fairly normal life for me. i actually haven't had any signs of Crohn's...thank you for this info.

i think i have fallen through the cracks with the drs. i have been to as none of them for years have suggested anything about me monitoring my blood sugars or even offered much help...when i'm told something at the drs. office i am stunned and i can't think right away. by the next day i had questions and i did write them down for the next visit. now any more the drs are no longer in the room and they are almost out as fast as can be. just the few days i have been on this team i have learned important things. Thank you for everything.

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I don't know about your personal situation, PandaBear. But Steroids and Pred cause diabetes. It's a fact. This is why I am not put on it and it is the major drug used too treat MG. And other illnesses.



BTW if you still ahve Crohn's you might consider a low Protein diet. Not zero protein but not a large amount of it.



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i just read the January conversation thread and you posed a question for me.
Many of them have Prednisone induced diabetes. Or Steroid induced diabetes.
how does this happen? do you know. years ago i had been on Prednisone for Crohns disease and inflammation of the colon for months, but my memory of that time is foggy i think due to how sick i was. many times this thought has passed through my mind. i was in my early 20's when i started taking Prednisone and was on it off and on for years and years. haven't taken Prednisone for some time now.

i'm open to all the help anyone can offer me.

thank you for your time.

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Here we will talk about diet tips for a diabetic who wishes to become healthy and control their diabetes and learn about Carbs, protein, exercise and so on.



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