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I am looking for a nutritional shake or meal replacement product that can be added to kale and fruit shakes.  Most that I have found have wheat grass or other products that cause reactions. I am currently on the elimination diet and don't seem to be getting enough nutrients so rather than a vitamin form I was hoping to find a real food supplement.  Any ideas? Thank you - Catherine

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I have a friend that has Celiac and uses one sometimes, let me ask her and get back to you. I think a lot of the basic protein shakes are gluten-free. My boys have EAS whey protein and it looks gluten-free.

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My friend says she has two - one she likes better than the other. But she isn't sure of the exact names and she keeps them at work. So she will let me know tomorrow.

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If she and I forget - someone pm me tomorrow afternoon to remind me.

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I use a protein product that can be used for juicing, shakes or just added to milk or water.  It's Sunwarrier Protein and is in powder form.  It is Gluten Free, Vegan, non-GMO and Hypo-Allergenic.  It is 83% raw protein. 

 

Colleen

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Thank you for the responses.  I've found one at Whole Foods called "Phood" and will give it a try as well as look for Sunwarrier.  The list of no's for me right now are long - no wheat, rye, barley, etc, no dairy, no corn, and on and on.  It making this process a bit difficult but worth it if I can settle my symptoms down.  Thank you again and keep the ideas coming. :-)

~Catherine

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Thank you for the responses.  I've found one at Whole Foods called "Phood" and will give it a try as well as look for Sunwarrier.  The list of no's for me right now are long - no wheat, rye, barley, etc, no dairy, no corn, and on and on.  It making this process a bit difficult but worth it if I can settle my symptoms down.  Thank you again and keep the ideas coming. :-)

~Catherine

I haven't heard back from my friend. When I do, I'll post it here and you can see if you can use it.

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