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Welcome back from the three day holiday.  I hope that you had a good Memorial Day.  We didn't do anything special, just visited our family and hung around the house.  Our daughter spent the holiday at her friend's pool which allowed my husband and I to have a "Lost-athon."  We caught up on all of the TV episodes ofLostthat we haven't watched.  That was fun because we never watch three in a row.  This weekend was also great because my husband did most of the cooking (yay)!!  I am in a rut again with food.  I just don't want to try too many different things because I like to feel good so I prefer to eat the foods that I know are safe.

I have been trying this new protein antioxidant drink called Mix1 to see if it will be a good additional source of nutrition.  Has anyone heard of this drink or tried it?  I have not been fully able to test it yet because in order to know if it is the culprit of any intestinal issues I have to keep everything else a constant.  I have to make sure that all other foods that I eat don't cause any problems and not eat anything that may cause doubt as to whether the problems come from the drink or something else.  So far, I have not been able to do that since we have been visiting our family pretty frequently and I have ended up eating something new on each occasion.

I have been taking it slow with this drink just because it has 3 grams of fiber in each shake and a lot of green tea (without the caffeine).  I have only tried the blueberry vanilla and the mixed berry flavors and both tasted good.  But I did get some gas but am not sure if it was from the drink or not.   I have had bad experiences with teas but I am being cautiously optimistic since this is green tea without caffeine.  These drinks are interesting to me because they have so many nutrients and are lactose, gluten, soy and caffeine free and I get a lot of gas from the Ensure and Boost.  I was having some problems with the slim fast also but am not sure if it was really the slim fast or the stress from the hurricane.  It is so hard to be sure of what bothers you.

I think this drink could have real potential to save me on travel or when I cannot find anything safe to eat.  I just want to make sure that it is safe.  So, if you have tried this drink let us know how you have faired.

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