High Protein Meal Replacement (9 Flavors)

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Bariatric Advantage High Protein Meal Replacement features high-quality whey protein isolate with:

  • 27 g of protein
  • 1.5 to 2.5 grams of fat
  • 140-160 calories
  • 11 grams of carbohydrates (6 from fiber and 1 g sugar)
  • 20+ essential vitamins and minerals

HPMR is ideal support for short-term weight loss as well as long-term weight maintenance.
Ideal support for two-week pre-operative weight loss surgery prep or post-operative use.

Sample kit contains one single-serving packet of each flavor and a shaker cup. Sample kits are made to order and may require additional time to assemble before shipment. Occasionally one flavor may not be included if it is out of stock.

Ready-to-Shake flavors are available while supplies last.

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Supplement Facts

Nutrient Amount % DV
Calories 150-160
Protein 27 g 54%
Carbohydrate 8 g 3%
Fiber 5 g 20%
Sugars 0.5 g
Fat 1.5-2 g 3%
Saturated Fat 1 g 5%
Vitamin A 50%
Vitamin D 50%
Vitamin E 50%
Vitamin K 50%
Vitamin C 50%
B1 50%
B2 50%
B6 50%
B12 50%
Niacin 50%
Biotin 50%
Pantothenic Acid 50%
Folic Acid 50%
Calcium 15%
Copper 50%
Iodine 50%
Iron 35%
Magnesium 20% - 24%
Phosphorus 15%
Zinc 50%
Potassium 190-230 mg 7%
Sodium 320 mg 13%
Selenium 50%
Manganese 50%
Molybdenum 50%
Nutrition information is per 1 serving.

Product Description

Bariatric Advantage High Protein Meal Replacement HPMR features high-quality whey protein isolate with:

  • 27 g of protein
  • 1.5 to 2.5 grams of fat
  • 150-160 calories
  • 11 grams of carbohydrates (6 from fiber and 1 g sugar)
  • 20+ essential vitamins and minerals

HPMR is ideal support for short-term weight loss as well as long-term weight maintenance.
Ideal support for two-week pre-operative weight loss surgery prep or post-operative use.

Available in 10 delicious flavors:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Strawberry
  • Cookies & Cream
  • Orange Cream
  • Banana
  • Iced Latte
  • Crème
  • Pumpkin Spice (Limited Edition - available in 35 svg bags only)
  • Chicken Soup (available in 35 svg bags and single serving packets only)

Sample kit contains one single-serving packet of Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Cookies & Cream, Orange Cream, Banana and Iced Latte, Chicken Soup, and a shaker cup. Sample kits are made to order and may require additional time to assemble before shipment. Occasionally we may substitute one flavor for another if one is backordered.

Protein deficiency is common after bariatric surgery as dietary intake of protein is generally reduced following procedures. Studies have shown that even 12 months after bariatric surgery many patients are not getting the minimal recommended daily protein intake of 60 grams/day.1

ASMBS guidelines for post-surgical bariatric patients call for a minimum protein intake of 60 g/day and up to 1.5 g per kg of ideal body weight per day with higher levels to be assessed on an individualized basis.2 Other bariatric clinical guidelines state 70-90 grams per day as likely more adequate while some patients may need >100 grams of protein per day based on their procedure and body weight.

Protein is a major functional and structural component of all the cells of the body.

  1. Moize V, et al. Protein intake and lean tissue mass retention following bariatric surgery. Clin Nutr. 2013 Aug;32(4):550-5).
  2. Mechanick, JI, et al. Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Perioperative Nutritional, Metabolic, and Nonsurgical Support of the Bariatric Surgery Patient—2013 Update: Cosponsored by American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, The Obesity Society, and American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery.