A few years back, at an event for Bariatric Surgeons, a nurse stopped by our booth and said she needed to get back on protein. She had regained 55 pounds.
From the way she spoke about it, we understood her to say she knew she would’ve managed her weight better – that she would have regained less, if she’d stayed on UNJURY®. She had good results while she used it.
We’ve heard similar comments from other patients too. “When I use my protein shakes every day, I can manage my weight, but as soon as I give them up, I start to let other foods sneak in.”
UNJURY® Protein is not just a replacement for higher carb or higher calorie foods. It works for weight management in several ways. New medical research says that the kind of protein in UNJURY® actually contributes to GLP-1 levels in the bloodstream. It isn’t as powerful as some of the new FDA approved weigh loss medications, but it’s a great bonus for healthy weight management and satiety.
How Much Protein Do I Need Each Day?
You need to get in 30 grams of high-quality protein 3 times a day – Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
We call it “30-30-30”. That’s what the medical research says for maintaining muscle, and you know muscle is the key to a healthy metabolism.
The easiest ways for you to get your protein every day is to use UNJURY® at least 2 times each day, and include other high quality protein sources like milk, eggs and meat.
Do what works. Follow the research.
UNJURY® Protein: Don’t Lose Weight Without It™