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Why UNJURY® is Better Protein

The first thing you notice about UNJURY® is the taste. Many supplements just don’t taste good. They can be chalky or gritty. They coat your mouth and can leave an aftertaste.

People say UNJURY® tastes great! We get so, so many emails like these:

  • “Oh my gosh, UNJURY® tastes just like Chocolate Milk!” - Chocolate UNJURY® customer
  • “It’s the only one everybody likes.” - Dietitian at major medical center
  • “Frankly, I tried every protein supplement available and for many reasons, none compare to UNJURY®. It is the best quality (whey protein isolate), best tasting, mixes smoothly without a mixer, doesn't thicken like most.”
  • “Love my UNJURY®...reached my goal weight 7.5 months after surgery...Dr had forecast 18 to 24 months to get there...I believe UNJURY® was my 'secret weapon'!”
  • People say UNJURY® has a clean fresh light taste. No aftertaste.

There are several reasons why UNJURY® tastes so good, but it starts with the quality of the ingredients.
INGREDIENT Quality

Many supplements use “Whey Protein”. But when you read the label, the amount of protein you get in the “Whey Protein” ingredient can vary widely.

Whey Protein Isolate (“WPI”) is far superior to Whey Protein Concentrate (“WPC”). Whey Protein Isolate has more protein, sometimes almost 3 times as much protein as some Whey Protein Concentrates.

UNJURY® uses only Whey Protein Isolate. One serving of UNJURY® has 21 grams of protein.

PROTEIN Quality

Not all protein has the same value to your body.

Using the protein quality scoring system supported by the National Academy of Medicine, some supplements get scores as low as 22, 6, even 0 -- out of a possible 100.

UNJURY® has a protein quality score of 100. So you are doing the best you can for your body.

TRUST

Not all supplements actually put in the container what they claim on the label. And unfortunately, the US FDA does very little to regulate the industry. The founder and president of UNJURY® is an MS RD dietitian. UNJURY® delivers exactly what is on the label: Medical Quality Protein™, protein quality you can trust.


TOLERABILITY

Because we use such high quality ingredients, we regularly hear comments from customers such as this one: “It's been a relief to now get enough protein in my system without suffering from the gas, bloating and diarrhea from having had lactose.”

CONVENIENCE

UNJURY® is easy to use. You can mix up your UNJURY® shake the day before, and when you head out in the morning, it’s Grab-and-Go.

You can take UNJURY® single-serve packets to work. For example, just microwave a cup of water for about 60 seconds, stir in UNJURY® Chicken Soup flavor, and you have a delicious, savory cup-of-soup lunch with 21 grams of protein.

AFFORDABLE

UNJURY® is delicious, convenient, and the highest quality protein available - without the fat and cholesterol in meat or eggs – and costs a little more than $1 per serving.

For Weight Loss Surgery

Welcome to the Home of UNJURY® Protein for Weight Loss Surgery Patients. UNJURY® is recommended at America's Top Rated Hospitals. The job of your protein supplement is to help you reach your weight loss goals, and then maintain that success. Other proteins just don't do that as well as UNJURY®. That's why UNJURY® is The Most Recommended Protein™ for Weight Loss Surgery Patients. Learn why UNJURY® is the most trusted and recommended protein for:


UNJURY® helps you be more successful – to lose more, and maintain better – because no other supplement delivers all of this:

  • BEST TASTING
    No other protein tastes this good!
  • UNSURPASSED QUALITY
    ONLY use the highest quality Whey Protein Isolate
  • FRIENDLY PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
    Talk to a Registered Dietitian for no service fees
  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
    “Yes you can return it” but we don’t get much of that.

Recipes, Tips, & Quality Info on Diet Plans for Bariatric Patients:

A GREAT TASTING PROTEIN

Most lower quality protein shakes use whey protein concentrate; UNJURY® uses only whey protein isolate. Not only do you get more protein and less lactose (milk sugar) - you get an amazingly great taste. Create a great tasting protein shake, a fresh cold protein smoothie or add quality protein to your own recipes.

LOSE MORE. MAINTAIN BETTER.

UNJURY® was designed by an experienced Registered Dietitian, using the most up-to-date research proven approach.

Gastric Bypass Surgery (RNY)

To Be Successful At Losing Weight, Keeping It Off And Maintaining Your Health, PROTEIN IS ESSENTIAL!

The gastric bypass surgery results in weight loss two ways:

  • It limits the amount the stomach can physically hold.
  • It also limits digestion and absorption of nutrients because it bypasses part of the intestine.

As a result, weight loss can be substantial. To be successful, not only at losing weight, but at keeping it off, and maintaining your health, protein is essential.

PROTEIN REQUIREMENTS

You need to get 80 to 90 grams of quality protein per day during the first year, 80 grams after that, forever.

PROTEIN QUALITY

Whey protein isolate is the highest quality protein along with egg protein. Whey protein isolate is particularly easily absorbed – an important consideration when your digestive tract has been restricted. Recent medical research indicates that whey protein has special ability to reduce blood sugar. If you have diabetes or pre-diabetes, see UNJURY® for Diabetes.

  • Other high quality proteins include beef, pork, fish, dairy, chicken.
  • We don’t recommend rice, hemp or chia protein. They are lower quality protein and some rice protein has heavy metal contamination.
PROTEIN ADVICE: ALWAYS START YOUR DAY WITH PROTEIN.

A few surgical practices recommend that patients eventually switch to "solid foods" and reduce protein supplements.

Here is why this is a mistake for most patients:

  • It is very hard to get the same amount of protein from foods. To get the same amount of protein as 3 one-cup (just 8 oz.) servings of UNJURY® in skim milk (87grams) you would have to consume:
    • Beef that starts out at 16 ounces before cooking, or
    • 13 eggs per day, or
    • 2/3 of a gallon of milk, or
    • More than a typical whole chicken
    • For most WLS patients, any of those choices, or any mix of them, is just impossible.
  • We talk with a lot of WLS patients every day, and they tell us when they switch off protein shakes, their results suffer.
    • We believe that when patients stop losing weight, or worse, start regaining, it’s when they switch away from UNJURY® and switch to “solid” foods. Whey protein-the kind we use in UNJURY®-is special for its ability to make you feel full.
    • When patients stop using UNJURY®, then they get hungry. Then they start looking for other foods to keep them feeling as full as UNJURY®. As a result, they take in more calories, and gain weight.

If you are unsure about any of this, you can call our toll free number 1 800 517 5111 Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 6:00 PM, and we can help.

There is no charge to talk with us.

WHAT IS GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY

Gastric bypass is a procedure where the stomach is made smaller and some of the small intestines are bypassed.

The first step makes your stomach smaller. Your surgeon will use staples to divide your stomach into a small upper section and a larger bottom section. The top section of your stomach (called the pouch) is where the food you eat will go. The pouch is about the size of a golf ball. It holds only about 1 or 2 ounces of food.

The second step is the bypass. In effect, the surgeon reconnects the pouch farther along your small intestine, bypassing the rest of the stomach and the upper part of your small intestine. (See diagram)

The food you eat will now travel from the pouch into this new opening into your small intestine. Because of this, your body will absorb fewer calories.

Gastric Sleeve Surgery

To Be Successful At Losing Weight, Keeping It Off And Maintaining Your Health, PROTEIN IS ESSENTIAL!

The gastric sleeve surgery results in weight loss two ways:

  • It limits the amount the stomach can physically hold.
  • It also limits digestion of nutrients somewhat by removing part of the stomach.

As a result, weight loss can be substantial. To be successful, not only at losing weight, but at keeping it off, and maintaining your health, protein is essential.

PROTEIN REQUIREMENTS

You need to get 80 to 90 grams of quality protein per day during the first year, 80 grams after that, forever.

PROTEIN QUALITY

Whey protein isolate is the highest quality protein along with egg protein. Whey protein isolate is particularly easily absorbed – an important consideration when your digestive tract has been restricted. Recent medical research indicates that whey protein has special ability to reduce blood sugar. If you have diabetes or pre-diabetes, see UNJURY® for Diabetes.

  • Other high quality proteins include beef, pork, fish, dairy, chicken.
  • We don’t recommend rice, hemp or chia protein. They are lower quality protein and some rice protein has heavy metal contamination.
PROTEIN ADVICE: ALWAYS START YOUR DAY WITH PROTEIN.

A few surgical practices recommend that patients eventually switch to "solid foods" and reduce protein supplements.

Here is why this is a mistake for most patients:

  • It is very hard to get the same amount of protein from foods. To get the same amount of protein as 3 one-cup (just 8 oz.) servings of UNJURY® in skim milk (87grams) you would have to consume:
    • Beef that starts out at 16 ounces before cooking, or
    • 13 eggs per day, or
    • 2/3 of a gallon of milk, or
    • More than a typical whole chicken
    • For most WLS patients, any of those choices, or any mix of them, is just impossible.
  • We talk with a lot of WLS patients every day, and they tell us when they switch off protein shakes, their results suffer.
    • We believe that when patients stop losing weight, or worse, start regaining, it’s when they switch away from UNJURY® and switch to “solid” foods. Whey protein-the kind we use in UNJURY®-is special for its ability to make you feel full.
    • When patients stop using UNJURY®, then they get hungry. Then they start looking for other foods to keep them feeling as full as UNJURY®. As a result, they take in more calories, and gain weight.

If you are unsure about any of this, you can call our toll free number 1 800 517 5111 Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 6:00 PM, and we can help.

There is no charge to talk with us.

WHAT IS GASTRIC SLEEVE SURGERY

The Gastric Sleeve Surgery results in weight loss by decreasing the volume the stomach can hold. In this procedure part of the stomach is removed and a ‘vertical sleeve’ or tube is created (from the remaining stomach). Removing a portion of the stomach decreases the amount of food that can be consumed so you become full more quickly and eat less.

Gastric sleeve surgery reduces the size of the stomach so it does not take as much food to become full; as a result you will naturally eat less.

Gastric Band Surgery

To Be Successful At Losing Weight, Keeping It Off And Maintaining Your Health, PROTEIN IS ESSENTIAL!

The gastric BAND surgery results in weight loss by reducing the amount the stomach can physically hold and restricting the rate at which food and beverages can pass.

As a result, weight loss can be substantial. To be successful, not only at losing weight, but at keeping it off, and maintaining your health, protein is essential.

PROTEIN REQUIREMENTS

You need to get 80 to 90 grams of quality protein per day during the first year, 80 grams after that, forever.

PROTEIN QUALITY

Whey protein isolate is the highest quality protein along with egg protein. Whey protein isolate is particularly easily absorbed – an important consideration when your digestive tract has been restricted. Recent medical research indicates that whey protein has special ability to reduce blood sugar. If you have diabetes or pre-diabetes, see UNJURY® for Diabetes.

  • Other high quality proteins include beef, pork, fish, dairy, chicken.
  • We don’t recommend rice, hemp or chia protein. They are lower quality protein and some rice protein has heavy metal contamination.
PROTEIN ADVICE: ALWAYS START YOUR DAY WITH PROTEIN.

A few surgical practices recommend that patients eventually switch to "solid foods" and reduce protein supplements.

Here is why this is a mistake for most patients:

  • It is very hard to get the same amount of protein from foods. To get the same amount of protein as 3 one-cup (just 8 oz.) servings of UNJURY® in skim milk (87grams) you would have to consume:
    • Beef that starts out at 16 ounces before cooking, or
    • 13 eggs per day, or
    • 2/3 of a gallon of milk, or
    • More than a typical whole chicken
    • For most WLS patients, any of those choices, or any mix of them, is just impossible.
  • We talk with a lot of WLS patients every day, and they tell us when they switch off protein shakes, their results suffer.
    • We believe that when patients stop losing weight, or worse, start regaining, it’s when they switch away from UNJURY® and switch to “solid” foods. Whey protein-the kind we use in UNJURY®-is special for its ability to make you feel full.
    • When patients stop using UNJURY®, then they get hungry. Then they start looking for other foods to keep them feeling as full as UNJURY®. As a result, they take in more calories, and gain weight.

If you are unsure about any of this, you can call our toll free number 1 800 517 5111 Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 6:00 PM, and we can help.

There is no charge to talk with us.

WHAT IS GASTRIC BAND SURGERY

The gastric band surgery results in weight loss by limiting the amount the stomach can physically hold.

This procedure is usually done laparoscopically through small incisions in the abdomen. During this procedure a silicone band is placed around the upper portion of the stomach, creating a small pouch. The pouch can only hold a small amount of food, so it does not take as much food to become full. As a result, you will naturally eat less.

The silicone band is hollow. It can be made tighter or looser by adding or removing saline. Adjustments to the band are made to meet each patients’ weight loss goals. Typically adjustments are made to the band every 4 to 6 weeks.

Pre-Surgical Diet

Ways to Use, By Time of Day:

Morning meal

1 Serving of Chocolate or Vanilla UNJURY® Protein mixed with skim milk
1/2 cup cream of wheat or oatmeal1 cup V-8 or tomato juice

Snack

1 cup sugar-free pudding or UNJURY® High Protein Pudding

Mid-day meal

1 Serving of UNJURY® Unflavored Protein mixed with 8 ounces of Crystal Light (Sunrise Classic Orange, Raspberry Ice or other fruit flavor)
6 ounces of Dannon Light N Fit yogurt

Evening meal

1 Serving of UNJURY® Chicken Soup Flavor mixed with warm water
1 cup V-8 or tomato juice
1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce

Bedtime snack

1 Serving of Chocolate or Vanilla UNJURY® Protein mixed with skim milk
6 ounces of Dannon Light N Fit yogurt

UNJURY® Mixing Ideas
With milk

Add 1 scoop of Chocolate or Vanilla UNJURY® to 8 ounces of skim milk. For lactose intolerance, use soy, almond or Lactaid milk. Shake or stir for 15-20 seconds. Protein: 29 grams per serving

Non-milk
  • Add 1 scoop of Unflavored UNJURY® to 8 ounces of fruit-flavored Crystal Light Sunrise Classic Orange, Raspberry Ice or other fruit flavor. Shake or stir for 15-20 seconds. Protein: 21 grams per serving
  • Add 1 scoop of Strawberry Sorbet UNJURY® to 8 ounces of water or Crystal Light Lemonade. Shake or stir for 15-20 seconds. Protein: 21 grams per serving
  • Add 1 scoop of Chicken Soup Flavor UNJURY® in 8 ounces of nicely warm water (not too hot, approximately 130 degrees or less). Stir until dissolved. Protein: 21 grams per serving

See additional ideas and recipes below.

Other Food Ideas:
  • 1 cup Tomato or V-8 Juice
  • 1/2 cup cream of wheat or oatmeal
  • 1 cup sugar-free pudding or UNJURY® Hi-Protein Pudding (see recipe below)
  • Sugar-free Jell-O or UNJURY® Hi-Protein Jell-O (see recipe below)
  • 6 ounces Dannon Light N Fit yogurt or sugar-free yogurt
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce
  • UNJURY® Vegetable Dip for Fat free raw vegetables as allowed by your dietitian

Disclaimer: This is a general recommendation that, of course, cannot consider individual patient needs. It does not, and should not, supersede the recommendation of medical professionals who best know the individual patient needs. Renal patients should consult their physician before using this plan. This also does not meet adequate vitamins and minerals to meet daily requirements. A high quality complete multi-vitamin, such as OPURITY™, is highly recommended. Learn more at www.OPURITY.com. If milk intake is limited, Calcium supplementation is recommended.

Gastric Bypass Surgery Diet

CLEAR LIQUIDS

The UNJURY® flavors mixed as suggested below are allowed on a Clear Liquid Diet

  • UNJURY® Strawberry Sorbet mixed with water or sugar free lemonade
  • UNJURY® Unflavored mixed with Clear Liquid beverages, such as sugar-free Crystal Light
  • UNJURY® Chicken Soup Flavor mixed with heated water
  • UNJURY® Hi-Protein Jell-O. See recipe below.
FULL LIQUIDS

All UNJURY® flavors mixed as suggested below are allowed on a Full Liquid Diet.

  • UNJURY® Chocolate or Vanilla mixed with skim milk, soy milk, almond milk, Lactaid milk or coffee -- decaf or regular.
  • Vanilla UNJURY® mixed with orange flavored beverages or juices for a dreamsicle taste.
  • Strawberry Sorbet UNJURY® mixed with water or sugar free lemonade
  • UNJURY® Chicken Soup Flavor mixed with warm (not hot) water.
  • Unflavored UNJURY® mixed with beverages, warm soups.
  • Vanilla UNJURY® mixed with cereals such as cream of wheat or oatmeal.
  • UNJURY® Hi-Protein Jell-O. See recipe below.
  • UNJURY® Hi-Protein pudding. See recipe below.
PUREED

Any of the UNJURY® choices from the clear liquid or full liquid diet are allowed on a pureed diet. Here are some additional ideas.

  • Use Chicken Soup Flavor UNJURY® (mixed with warm water) to moisten and thin, as needed, pureed vegetables and chicken. A pureed food is one that has no lumps, such as jarred baby food, or pudding.
SOFT FOODS
  • All of the UNJURY® choices from the above are allowed on a Soft diet.
  • Use Chicken Soup Flavor UNJURY® (mixed with warm water) to moisten soft vegetables and soft cooked chicken.
REGULAR FOODS

To prevent weight regain, use 1-2 scoops of UNJURY® daily on an on-going, long term basis.

For personalized suggestions, please call 1-800-517-5111 8am-5pm, M-F, to speak with a Registered Dietitian

Protein Grams

UNJURY® Scoops

Containers per month

80 grams

4 scoops/day (wt loss)

8

60 grams

3 scoops/day (wt loss)

6

40 grams

2 scoops/day *

4

After bariatric surgery, general recommendations for protein: 60-80 grams/day
*2 scoops recommended for weight maintenance

*This is a general recommendation that, of course, cannot consider individual patient needs. It does not, and should not, supersede the recommendation of medical professionals who best know the individual patient needs. Renal patients should consult their physician before using this plan. This also does not meet adequate vitamins and minerals to meet daily requirements. A high quality complete multi-vitamin, such as OPURITY™, is highly recommended. Learn more at www.OPURITY.com. If milk intake is limited, Calcium supplementation is recommended.

Gastric Sleeve Surgery Diet

CLEAR LIQUIDS

The UNJURY® flavors mixed as suggested below are allowed on a Clear Liquid Diet

  • UNJURY® Strawberry Sorbet mixed with water or sugar free lemonade
  • UNJURY® Unflavored mixed with Clear Liquid beverages, such as sugar-free Crystal Light
  • UNJURY® Chicken Soup Flavor mixed with heated water
  • UNJURY® Hi-Protein Jell-O. See recipe below.
FULL LIQUIDS

All UNJURY® flavors mixed as suggested below are allowed on a Full Liquid Diet.

  • UNJURY® Chocolate or Vanilla mixed with skim milk, soy milk, almond milk or Lactaid milk or coffee -- decaf or regular.
  • Vanilla UNJURY® mixed with orange flavored beverages or juices for a dreamsicle taste.
  • Strawberry Sorbet UNJURY® mixed with water or sugar free lemonade
  • UNJURY® Chicken Soup Flavor mixed with warm (not hot) water.
  • Unflavored UNJURY® mixed with beverages, warm soups.
  • Vanilla UNJURY® mixed with cereals such as cream of wheat or oatmeal.
  • UNJURY® Hi-Protein Jell-O. See recipe below.
  • UNJURY® Hi-Protein pudding. See recipe below.
PUREED

Any of the UNJURY® choices from the clear liquid or full liquid diet are allowed on a pureed diet. Here are some additional ideas.

  • Use Chicken Soup Flavor UNJURY® (mixed with warm water) to moisten and thin, as needed, pureed vegetables and chicken. A pureed food is one that has no lumps, such as jarred baby food, or pudding
SOFT FOODS
  • All of the UNJURY® choices from the above are allowed on a Soft diet.
  • Use Chicken Soup Flavor UNJURY® (mixed with warm water) to moisten and thin, as needed, pureed vegetables and chicken. A pureed food is one that has no lumps, such as jarred baby food, or pudding
REGULAR FOODS

To prevent weight regain, use 1-2 scoops of UNJURY® daily on an on-going, long term basis.

For personalized suggestions, please call 1-800-517-5111 8am-5pm, M-F, to speak with a Registered Dietitian

Protein Grams

UNJURY® Scoops

Containers per month

80 grams

4 scoops/day (wt loss)

8

60 grams

3 scoops/day (wt loss)

6

40 grams

2 scoops/day *

4

After bariatric surgery, general recommendations for protein: 60-80 grams/day
*2 scoops recommended for weight maintenance

*This is a general recommendation that, of course, cannot consider individual patient needs. It does not, and should not, supersede the recommendation of medical professionals who best know the individual patient needs. Renal patients should consult their physician before using this plan. This also does not meet adequate vitamins and minerals to meet daily requirements. A high quality complete multi-vitamin, such as OPURITY™, is highly recommended. Learn more at www.OPURITY.com. If milk intake is limited, Calcium supplementation is recommended.

Gastric Band Surgery Diet

CLEAR LIQUIDS

The UNJURY® flavors mixed as suggested below are allowed on a Clear Liquid Diet

  • UNJURY® Strawberry Sorbet mixed with water or sugar free lemonade
  • UNJURY® Unflavored mixed with Clear Liquid beverages, such as sugar-free Crystal Light
  • UNJURY® Chicken Soup Flavor mixed with heated water
  • UNJURY® Hi-Protein Jell-O. See recipe below.
FULL LIQUIDS

All UNJURY® flavors mixed as suggested below are allowed on a Full Liquid Diet.

  • UNJURY® Chocolate or Vanilla mixed with skim milk, soy milk, almond milk, Lactaid milk or coffee -- decaf or regular.
  • Vanilla UNJURY® mixed with orange flavored beverages or juices for a dreamsicle taste.
  • Strawberry Sorbet UNJURY® mixed with water or sugar free lemonade
  • UNJURY® Chicken Soup Flavor mixed with warm (not hot) water.
  • Unflavored UNJURY® mixed with beverages, warm soups.
  • Vanilla UNJURY® mixed with cereals such as cream of wheat or oatmeal.
  • UNJURY® Hi-Protein Jell-O. See recipe below.
  • UNJURY® Hi-Protein pudding. See recipe below.
PUREED

Any of the UNJURY® choices from the clear liquid or full liquid diet are allowed on a pureed diet. Here are some additional ideas.

  • Use Chicken Soup Flavor UNJURY® (mixed with warm water) to moisten and thin, as needed, pureed vegetables and chicken. A pureed food is one that has no lumps, such as jarred baby food, or pudding
SOFT FOODS
  • All of the UNJURY® choices from the above are allowed on a Soft diet.
  • Use Chicken Soup Flavor UNJURY® (mixed with warm water) to moisten and thin, as needed, pureed vegetables and chicken. A pureed food is one that has no lumps, such as jarred baby food, or pudding
REGULAR FOODS

To prevent weight regain, use 1-2 scoops of UNJURY® daily on an on-going, long term basis.

For personalized suggestions, please call 1-800-517-5111 8am-5pm, M-F, to speak with a Registered Dietitian

Protein Grams

UNJURY® Scoops

Containers per month

80 grams

4 scoops/day (wt loss)

8

60 grams

3 scoops/day (wt loss)

6

40 grams

2 scoops/day *

4

After bariatric surgery, general recommendations for protein: 60-80 grams/day
*2 scoops recommended for weight maintenance

*This is a general recommendation that, of course, cannot consider individual patient needs. It does not, and should not, supersede the recommendation of medical professionals who best know the individual patient needs. Renal patients should consult their physician before using this plan. This also does not meet adequate vitamins and minerals to meet daily requirements. A high quality complete multi-vitamin, such as OPURITY™, is highly recommended. Learn more at www.OPURITY.com. If milk intake is limited, Calcium supplementation is recommended.

Why UNJURY® Is better For Stick-With-Able Weight Loss™

  • The leading reasons diets fail is hunger. Research shows that protein helps satisfy hunger, and whey works best at satisfying that hunger.
  • UNJURY® provides you with the purest, most dense whey protein available.
  • UNJURY® helps you get in more of the highest quality protein, without fat and cholesterol. It’s an extremely concentrated protein.
  • UNJURY® was designed by an experienced Registered Dietitian, using the most up-to-date research-proven approach.
LEARN HOW EASY IT IS TO USE! View our Stick-With-Able Weight Loss™ Plan

TASTE AND QUALITY YOU CAN TRUST

  • BEST TASTING
    No other protein tastes this good!
  • UNSURPASSED QUALITY
    ONLY use the highest quality Whey Protein Isolate
  • AFFORDABLE
    You can get protein your body needs at a price you can afford!
  • MEDICAL QUALITY PROTEIN
    Trusted and highly recommended by doctors, dietitians, nurses and their patients
  • FAST & EASY TO USE
    Mix up your favorite UNJURY drink in seconds.

Most lower quality protein shakes use whey protein concentrate; UNJURY® uses only whey protein isolate. Not only do you get more protein and less lactose (milk sugar) -- you get an amazingly great taste. Many supplements just don’t taste good. They can be chalky and gritty. Create a great tasting protein shake, a fresh cold protein smoothie or add quality protein to your own recipes.

UNJURY® offers an approach you can stick with daily. The protein in UNJURY® works to satisfy your hunger. This satisfaction helps you lose weight. It’s simple! It doesn’t require radical changes in lifestyles and eating habits through a forced regimen. It's easy!

UNJURY® often costs less than the same amount of high quality protein from beef, pork, chicken or fish. It works out to be a little over $1 per serving. You can get protein your body needs at a price you can afford!

Why UNJURY® Is Better For Type 2 Diabetes

Lose Weight and Gain Control Over Diabetes. You can do it!
The Medical Quality Protein in UNJURY® can help manage blood sugars directly, and can help you lose weight, which also helps with blood sugar control.
  • UNJURY® is Trusted and Recommended at All of America’s Top Rated Hospitals.
  • UNJURY® Protein uses the highest quality Whey Protein Isolate available. It’s ideal for both weight loss and blood sugar management.
  • UNJURY® is designed by an experienced Registered Dietitian with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition.
  • UNJURY® actually tastes GOOD! So you can enjoy it daily for consistent success.
The Whey Protein Isolate In UNJURY® Is Doubly-Perfect For Type 2 Diabetes

Two Of The Best Reasons To Use UNJURY®:

Reason #1: Perfect for Weight Loss
  • Protein is great for satiety - for not feeling hungry.
  • That in turn is key for weight loss.
  • Whey protein is the MOST satisfying protein, so you take in fewer calories. For a list of medical research that confirms this, view "The Science" tab.
  • Weight loss, even as little as 5% to 10% of your current weight, has been shown to improve blood sugar and insulin levels.
Reason #2: Perfect For Improving Insulin and Blood Sugar Levels Directly

A growing body of medical research also shows benefits of consuming whey protein on blood sugar levels (View "The Science" tab for a list of research articles), blood sugar spikes, insulin levels, and insulin sensitivity, specifically in people with Type 2 diabetes.

UNJURY® uses only the highest quality Whey Protein Isolate (WPI). Due to being micro-filtered, WPI is essentially free of milk sugar, or lactose, whereas Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) can have up to 55% of the protein as lactose. Lactose, being a sugar, can have an effect on blood sugar levels.

Why UNJURY® Works to Help Control Diabetes

UNJURY® helps with weight loss, and research shows that losing even just 5-10% of your weight can help reduce blood sugars.

The protein in UNJURY® helps you “crowd out” less healthy, perhaps higher carbohydrate, foods which could have a negative effect on your blood sugar. UNJURY® satisfies, so you aren’t hungry!

People who try UNJURY® are amazed that a protein can really taste good. When you like the taste of your protein, you will use it more regularly, and not “skip” it, which leads to success.

Recent medical research shows that whey protein helps the body’s insulin work better, lowering blood sugar levels.

How To Use Daily

For best results, use UNJURY® 3 to 4 times per day.

First, start your day with a serving of UNJURY®, even if you have other food items. You can mix UNJURY® into milk, and pour it over cereal, or mix it into your coffee. Click Here For Recipes

For lunch and dinner, use UNJURY® to crowd out some of the carbohydrates (sugars, as well as starches like bread, pasta, potatoes). You could have a serving of Chicken Soup Flavored UNJURY®, mixed into warm water, as an appetizer, so that you eat smaller portions during your meal.

Be sure to include foods with fiber, as well as a daily multivitamin, as part of your diet. If you would like to speak with one of our Registered Dietitians, email Nutrition@UNJURY.com and include your phone number, and a dietitian will call you back for a free phone consultation.

Recipes For Diabetics

UNJURY® Recipes Make it Easy to Find Ways to Really Enjoy Losing Weight and Help Control Blood Glucose.
How UNJURY® Has Already Helped Others

My doctor is very well pleased

“Hi Unjury...a new update for ya. I went to the doctor yesterday to have my blood pressure and A1C checked for my diabetes and I'm happy to report that my A1C dropped to 6.3. Isn't this great?!!!! My doctor is very well pleased and wanted to know what I'm doing. I told her about your product and gave her the info on it. She told me to keep it up and see me in another 3 months.”

UNJURY brought me out of the diabetic range!

"Since I've replaced some carbs and other foods in my diet with UNJURY, my cholesterol has gone down, my triglycerides, and UNJURY brought me out of the diabetic range!.

I can't even explain enough just how much I love your product"

UNJURY to fend off the "sweets monster"

"My wife turned me on to your protein and they make a GREAT shake for Type 2 Diabetes people like myself. I was looking for a low sugar, high protein drink that I could make to fend off the “sweets monster”. I found it with your protein. I mix a scoop, one small low sugar yogurt, 8 ounces of low fat skim milk or Lactaid in my case, and ice in a blender. It did the trick. Comes out tasting GREAT, just like what you get at a Smoothie place, AND cheaper! Again, thank you for a great product."

Seems like every kind of breakfast cereal upsets my tummy, but an Unjury smoothie never does.

"I introduced my daughter and diabetic granddaughter to Unjury last week. Both loved the chocolate and I’ve been serving chocolate smoothies to them for breakfast this week. My granddaughter’s blood sugar readings have been good.

I prefer berry smoothies in the morning. Seems like every kind of breakfast cereal upsets my tummy, but an Unjury smoothie never does. It is the best breakfast I know of.

Thanks Unjury!"

It contributed to a healthy pregnancy and healthy children

"When I was pregnant with triplets my dietitian recommended that I consume 200 grams of protein a day! I also had Gestational diabetes which made it more challenging to supplement with most shakes on the market. Then I began using the Unjury unflavored protein and making my own shakes! Thank you so much for providing a high quality protein powder! I believe it contributed to a healthy pregnancy and healthy children Thank you!"

Unjury was recommended by a Registered Dietitian (who was recommended by my doctor) when it was determined I was carrying twins. It is challenging to gain the RIGHT kind of weight during pregnancy, and twins are typically low birth weight and have the potential for being born very early.

"My doctor wanted me to "grow" the babies as quickly as possible, and so I was put on a very high protein diet.

At 24 weeks, I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. I was, of course, very upset about this diagnosis, but continuing on my high-protein plan was actually the best thing for me and the babies! ... It has become the one treat I look forward to, and I know it has helped me to "grow" the babies faster than I would have otherwise. They are doing well and I am due in the next few weeks!

Thank you for making a great product that is SO easy to use - and your staff is great every time I call in, as well! I am very pleased and highly recommend the product and the company."

Thanks to UNJURY

"My A1C was 6.4 ( I originally started out at 7.0). You just don't know how good I feel at this present moment. The weight may not be noticeable right now, but who cares..I know eventually it will and I feel GOOD!!! I like to say I'm under re-construction right now. Once again thank you and I'll be talking with you again soon.

Thanks to UNJURY, I have something that balances other foods for and diabetes that tastes good and works."

Pre-diabetes means that your blood sugar level is higher than normal, but that it’s not yet high enough to be classified as type 2 diabetes.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, people with prediabetes are at greater risk to develop heart disease, and have a stroke than people without prediabetes. Within 5 years, 15-30% of people with prediabetes will develop type 2 diabetes. Making lifestyle changes, such as losing weight, making some dietary changes, and exercising, can help prevent developing type 2 diabetes.

You can keep pre-diabetes from becoming diabetes by reducing weight, and controlling your blood sugar levels.

Using UNJURY® as recommended on a daily basis can help. Go to the Why It Works tab to see How To Use Daily.
If you would like to speak with one of our Registered Dietitians, email Nutrition@UNJURY.com and include your phone number. A dietitian will call you back.

Medical Research Indicates That The Kind of Whey Protein Used In UNJURY® Can Help Manage Diabetes In Two Important Ways:

#1 The Protein In UNJURY® Can Help You Lose Weight.

It does that by reducing hunger, reducing cravings, and reducing ghrelin, “the hunger hormone”.

#2 Whey Proteins Have Been Shown To Improve How Much Insulin is Released into the Blood.

Increased insulin levels then helps reduce blood sugar levels. There are several possible reasons whey protein might be particularly good at this. One possibility is the very high leucine (one of the building blocks of protein) content of whey protein. Whey protein is also a great source of isoleucine, valine, lysine and threonine (other building blocks, called amino acids, of protein) and these possibly all increase how much insulin gets into the bloodstream.

The Research
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  • Pal S, Ellis V. The acute effects of four protein meals on insulin, glucose, appetite and energy intake in lean men. Br J Nutr 2010;104:1241-8.
  • Veldhorst MA, Nieuwenhuizen AG, Hochstenbach-Waelen A, van Vught AJ, Westerterp KR, Engelen MP, et al. Dose-dependent satiating effect of whey relative to casein or soy. Physiol Behav 2009;96:675-82.
  • Baer DJ, Stote KS, Paul DR, Harris GK, Rumpler WV, Clevidence BA. Whey protein but not soy protein supplementation alters body weight and composition in freeliving overweight and obese adults. J Nutr 2011;141:1489-94.
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  • Pal S, Ellis V. The acute effects of four protein meals on insulin, glucose, appetite and energy intake in lean men. Br J Nutr 2010;104:1241-8.
  • Petersen BL, Ward LS, Bastian ED, Jenkins AL, Campbell J, Vuksan V. A whey protein supplement decreases post-prandial glycemia. Nutr J 2009;8:47.
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  • Jakubowicz D, Froy O. Biochemical and metabolic mechanisms by which dietary whey protein may combat obesity and Type 2 diabetes. J Nutr Biochem 2013 Jan;24(1):1-5. doi: 10.1016/j.jnutbio.2012.07.008. Epub 2012 Sep 17.

Why UNJURY® Is So Important For Cancer Patients

Strengthen your body and immune system

When you have cancer, UNJURY® gives you the strength to fight

No one plans to have cancer, but you can plan to have the best support system in place to improve your chances of recovery -- and that includes a healthy diet. The way you nourish your body affects how you feel, and even how you respond to treatments. UNJURY is your partner in your cancer recovery – here’s why:

Whey Protein Isolate- The best source

High quality protein, specifically the whey protein isolate in UNJURY, is essential for everything from your muscles to your immune system. Adding UNJURY to your diet will keep you stronger and feeling better, so you can fight harder.

UNJURY’s whey protein isolate:

  • Speeds wound healing and recovery from surgery
  • Rebuilds and repairs tissues and cells, including blood cells, after chemotherapy and radiation
  • Supports your immune system to help prevent infections that complicate treatment
  • Enables you to stay strong and active, which means less fatigue, better quality of life, and treatment success
  • Prevents the severe muscle loss and weakness, known as cachexia. UNJURY® which can affect up to 80% of those with advanced cancer. UNJURY is a very good source of the branched-chain amino acid leucine, which has been shown in research studies to prevent and even reverse this often-debilitating muscle loss

What is cancer cachexia and how can UNJURY help?

Cachexia (pronounced kuh-KEK-see-uh) is a condition of "wasting away", in which there is severe muscle loss and debilitating weakness. Although its exact cause is not clear, cancer cachexia is estimated to affect between 50-80% of advanced cancer patients, and may be responsible for 1/3 of cancer deaths, especially in those who have a poor appetite and inadequate protein intake. The National Cancer Institute stresses the importance of nutrition to minimize the risk of cachexia, as well as to reduce side effects from chemotherapy and radiation, and improve your outcome.

Act early to boost your protein

Like all aspects of cancer treatment, the odds of preventing or even reversing cancer cachexia are best if you act early. In an important research study, scientists determined that eating 25-40 grams of protein that contains the branched-chain amino acid leucine stimulates muscle synthesis in cancer patients who are in early stages of cachexia.

What should you do?
  • Ask your doctor about any medications that might help
  • Work with your dietitian to ensure you’re eating enough calories and high quality protein
  • If you’re not eating at least 30 grams of protein from meat, eggs or dairy at every meal, supplement with UNJURY to get your protein with leucine
  • If you’re not eating at least 30 grams of protein from meat, eggs or dairy at every meal, supplement with UNJURY to get your protein with leucine

Doctor Recommended

UNJURY is used in America’s top rated hospitals, because it works. It’s recommended by doctors and registered dietitians because they trust its quality, purity, and effectiveness for their patients, both in the hospital, and at home.

UNJURY fills your protein gap

It’s common to have a poor appetite during your treatment, and you’re not alone in thinking that food, especially meat, tastes different. Many people have difficulty eating enough high protein foods, at a time when your body actually needs more.

Adding UNJURY to foods like smoothies, yogurt, soups, or mashed potatoes, makes it easier to meet your protein needs without having to eat large quantities, and that gives you one less thing to worry about.

Why is protein important before, during, and after cancer treatment?

Protein is one of the most nutritious sources of calories you can eat because it supplies the essential amino acids that strengthen and repair every part of your body during your treatment, and while you’re on the road to recovery. Nutrition experts recommend eating 30 grams of protein at each meal to:

  • Maintain muscle strength to stay strong and active
  • Regain your strength and energy – so you feel like yourself again
  • Nourish and support your immune system so you can recover faster
  • Support bone health, especially when you’re not able to exercise

Now, more than ever, it’s essential to eat the right type and amount of protein each day to give your body the strength it needs.

Important protein guidelines and tips:
  • Dietitians recommend eating or drinking small, high calorie, high protein meals every 1-2 hours
  • UNJURY has 21 grams of protein per scoop or packet serving, which is the equivalent protein in 3 ounces of meat or 3 eggs
  • 4 delicious sweet or savory flavors, and an unflavored option make it easy to mix extra protein into your favorite meals, high calorie desserts, or sip as a beverage.
  • Even small amounts of UNJURY will add up throughout the day
  • Browse the recipe section for recipes and tips from our dietitians and others with cancer who have used UNJURY

Quality counts more than ever

The protein supplement market is vast and unregulated, but UNJURY is unique. It’s a medical quality protein supplement, designed by a registered dietitian, used at leading hospitals and overwhelmingly recommended to patients by oncology doctors and dietitians. Using UNJURY gives you peace of mind that you’re doing something good for your body.

Why is UNJURY different from other supplements?

Our name says it all. UNJURY is Medical Quality Protein.

  • Manufactured in the U.S., under strict, state-of-the-art, quality-controlled conditions
  • Whey protein isolate, which provides the most protein per serving, and is easily digested and absorbed
  • One of the richest sources of muscle-building branched chain amino acids available
  • A complete protein, which provides all of the essential amino acids your body needs, in just the right amounts
  • Lactose-free, with no additives or fillers, so you can be assured that what is listed on the ingredient label is in the product
  • UNJURY also tastes great, so you’ll enjoy using it
  • Read more about our products and what users are saying about them here

UNJURY helps you fight your cancer

Fighting cancer takes a major team effort, and sometimes it’s hard to remember that you’re in charge. Your doctors, medications, and treatments are essential, but there is much that you can do too. Eating the right food, living a healthy lifestyle, and getting regular exercise are important ways that you can take an active role to stay strong and focused, so you can fight as hard as needed during your treatment, and live a healthy life afterward.

Add it to the foods you like

The American Cancer Society recommends an individualized approach to cancer nutrition therapy. That means it’s important to get the most from the foods that you like, and make you feel good. UNJURY comes in sweet, savory, and plain flavors to provide you with the flexibility to boost the protein content of all of your favorite foods, so you can be in charge.

UNJURY recipes

Looking for more recipe ideas, and ways to use UNJURY? We’ve got that!

Click Here To See Recipes

Do you have a question for our dietitians, or a helpful tip to share? Please contact us, we’d love to hear from you.

Resources for cancer and nutrition

You many find some of these resources helpful:

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Reference

Calder, P. C. (2013). Feeding the immune system. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 72(03), 299-309.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Philip_Calder/publication/236923252_Feeding_the_immune_system/links/562524da08aeabddac91c597.pdf

Chevalier, S., & Winter, A. (2014). CURRENT OPINION Do patients with advanced cancer have any potential for protein anabolism in response to amino acid therapy?. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care, 17, 213-218.

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Rock, C. L., Doyle, C., Demark‐Wahnefried, W., Meyerhardt, J., Courneya, K. S., Schwartz, A. L., ... & Byers, T. (2012). Nutrition and physical activity guidelines for cancer survivors. CA: a cancer journal for clinicians, 62(4), 242-274.

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Why UNJURY® Works For Pregnancy

Safe for you and your baby!

Protein is a key nutrient in promoting a healthy birth weight, and is also excellent for maximizing protein intake during pregnancy with multiples.

Expecting Moms Need Protein to Nourish Healthy Babies

Growing babies need protein. This nutrient is found in every cell in your baby’s body. Protein is important to your baby’s growth and development – from their bones, brain, skin, muscles, fingers and toes, to their digestive, respiratory, and nervous and sensory (eyes, ears, smell, touch) systems.


UNJURY is safe for you and your baby!

What to eat while pregnant can be confusing and sometimes frustrating! You want to do what’s best for your baby, but it can feel like many foods are restricted, or nausea may prevent you from tolerating foods you know are healthy.


OB-GYNs Trust UNJURY!

OB-GYNs recommend UNJURY because they know how critical high-quality protein is for developing babies. They understand how difficult getting enough protein can be especially if the expecting mother is experiencing nausea, has been diagnosed with gestational diabetes, or is feeling full quickly. One practice gives samples to their patients during birthing classes, to introduce patients to UNJURY early on.


You Can Trust UNJURY!

UNJURY was designed by a Master’s-Level Dietitian on the principle that protein is the thing that can be hardest to get from foods. We believe that protein is not only the hardest to get, but also the most important for you and your baby.

Learn more about the importance of protein. –take to “Pros of Protein”

How Do I know UNJURY IS Safe?


How do I know if UNJURY is safe for my baby?

Your baby needs protein for every cell as it grows and develops. The protein in UNJURY is whey protein isolate that comes from cow’s milk, and it is trusted and recommended at America’s Top Hospitals. UNJURY is Medical Quality Protein™. In fact, an experienced Registered Dietitian originally developed it for cancer patients, so we understand the importance of pure, high quality ingredients and provide ONLY the best for you and your baby. There is no added caffeine in UNJURY, and we offer flavors that do not use sweeteners or sucralose. There is no gluten or soy protein in UNJURY’s formula (except for a small amount of soy protein in the Chicken Soup flavor), and each flavor contains negligible lactose1.

If you have questions about UNJURY’s ingredients and the safety of these ingredients for your baby, please consult your dietitian or call 800-517-5111 to speak with one of UNJURY’s Registered Dietitians.

1 Manufacturing employs practices designed to segregate ingredients on equipment that also produces egg, wheat, peanut, tree nuts, soy, fish and shellfish products.

Know the Pros of PROTEIN for You and Your Baby

Protein for You

During pregnancy, expecting mothers need an additional 25 grams of protein, per day, per baby. Aside from nourishing and supporting your growing baby, protein also accumulates in the uterus, blood, placenta and breasts. You require the most protein in late pregnancy, when eating adequate amounts can be especially challenging.


Feeling Full on Less Food:

There’s not enough room for a full stomach because the growing babies take up too much space, especially during the last trimester. Protein is a Priority! When eating a meal or large snack is uncomfortable, you have options. Instead of avoiding food, or sacrificing nutrition, moms can enjoy protein dense foods. These include: UNJURY® Strawberry Banana Pudding Pops (10 grams of protein per popsicle) and UNJURY® Chocolate Banana Smoothie (30 grams of protein per smoothie). For more delicious recipes, visit https://unjury.dev/blog/recipes/ .

Heartburn:

Heartburn is very common during pregnancy, especially during the later stages. If you experience discomfort, eating smaller meals can help. Incorporating UNJURY into small meals and snacks helps ensure you are getting the protein you need for you and your baby.

Food Aversions:

If you experience food aversions, you’re not alone! During pregnancy, fifty percent of expecting mothers find they are not able to tolerate foods they once loved. You may also notice a heightened sense of taste, or smell. These changes can make your favorite protein-rich foods hard to stomach. UNJURY can be easily added to a variety of foods and beverages.


Constantly Hungry

You’re going to be hungry. Moms-to-be need to keep their body strong AND provide enough protein to their growing baby. Research shows that protein satisfies hunger longer, plus reaching for a protein-rich snack is a much healthier option than temporarily satisfying a growling stomach with foods that are high in sugar, carbohydrates, and fat. Snack smarter with UNJURY.

Protein for Your Baby

Growing babies need protein. This nutrient is found in every cell in your baby’s body. Protein is important to your baby’s growth and development – from their bones, brain, skin, muscles, fingers and toes, to their digestive, respiratory, and nervous and sensory (eyes, ears, smell, touch) systems. Your bundle of joy is growing and developing at a rapid pace. Protein is crucial for your baby’s growth, especially during the second and third trimesters.


How Much Protein Is Enough?

Most women need approximately 75-100 grams of protein every day.

Pregnant women and breast-feeding moms need an additional 25 grams of protein, which means your daily protein intake should be 100-125 grams.

If you’re expecting multiples, you need an additional 50 grams of protein each day, according to the National Academy of Medicine.

Of course, each mom is unique, so consult with your dietitian or call 1-800-517-5111 to speak with one of UNJURY's Registered Dietitians.

If you’re expecting twins or breastfeeding for two or more, your daily protein intake should be 125-155 grams.


Are You Really Eating for Two?

During pregnancy, you may feel like you should be “eating for two” (or three, or more). This doesn’t mean doubling up on portions, or eating more meals throughout the day. It’s important for you and the health of your baby that you pay attention to the protein.

Eating twice or doubling your portions is just adding double doses of extra sugars, fats, and carbs that contribute to unnecessary weight gain. Your baby needs nutrients and protein for healthy development. Instead of consuming double your daily portions, find ways to add protein.

Fact vs. Myth

Pregnancy & Protein: Fact vs. Myth

You want to do what's best for your baby. That includes getting the protein your body needs, and the protein your baby needs for every growing cell.

Help ensure you are maximizing your nutrition by becoming familiar with these common protein myths.


Myth

If I take prenatal vitamins and eat a healthy diet, I'll get enough protein for myself and my baby.

Fact

Prenatal vitamins DO NOT contain protein, and while food gives some protein, pregnant and breast-feeding women need 25 extra grams of protein per day, 50 extra grams if expecting multiples.

Myth

“Eating for two” (or more in the case of multiples) means it’s OK to double my typical meal portions, or eat twice as much food throughout the day.

Fact

Your baby needs nutrients and protein for healthy development. During the first trimester most women won’t need additional calories. During this time you should choose nutritious, protein-rich foods. Most women need an additional 300-350 calories, each day, during the second trimester and an extra 500 calories during the third trimester.

Women having multiples need an additional 50 grams of protein per day and about 300 additional calories, per baby, per day. Of course, each mom is unique, so consult with your dietitian or call 1-800-517-5111 to speak with one of UNJURY’s Registered Dietitians.

Myth

Protein supplements taste awful.

Fact

Often that isn’t a myth. In fact, many supplements do taste awful. UNJURY® is the exact opposite. UNJURY® has a clean, fresh taste. There’s no grittiness or aftertaste. UNJURY® comes in 6 delicious flavors – all very low in sugar. There are many recipes available as well to satisfy various food preferences.

Myth

There’s nothing you can do for morning sickness.

Fact

Maybe you have heard that saltines can help. That’s true, but newer research says that protein can help with morning sickness. UNJURY® Chicken Soup flavor is particularly helpful. It’s a comforting savory alternative that lots of moms choose when they have trouble tolerating other foods and liquids. One serving delivers the same amount of protein as 3 eggs.

Myth

Fruits and vegetables are healthy and eating them will meet my baby’s nutritional needs.

Fact

Fruits and vegetables are good, but they aren’t good sources of protein. Your baby needs protein for every cell as it grows and develops. The protein in UNJURY® is whey protein isolate that comes from cow’s milk, and it is trusted and recommended at America’s Top Hospitals. In fact, an experienced Registered Dietitian originally developed it for cancer patients, so we understand the importance of pure, high quality ingredients and provide ONLY the best for you and your baby.

Beating Morning Sickness

When you are experiencing Morning Sickness, you’re facing two problems:

  • Morning Sickness makes you feel ill.
  • Morning Sickness can keep you from getting the protein you and your baby need

What’s the solution?

Protein Can Help You Feel Better:

70% of expecting mothers experience morning sickness. The three most common symptoms of morning sickness are nausea, vomiting, and changes in appetite. Battling morning sickness is more than just avoiding foods that seem to make you feel queasy or nauseous. Pregnant moms not only need protein, but it can help beat the symptoms of morning sickness.

When pregnant moms battling morning sickness are struggling to find their appetite, and having a hard time keeping anything down, they use UNJURY®. Expecting moms tell us UNJURY® Chicken Soup flavor works well during difficult times of pregnancy, such as morning sickness. In addition, UNJURY® Unflavored can be used in a wide variety of foods and beverages.


Beat Morning Sickness for You and Your Baby with PROTEIN

Pregnant and breastfeeding women need 25 extra grams of protein per day (50 extra if expecting multiples). One serving of UNJURY® provides 21 grams of protein per serving; as much as 3 eggs without the fat and cholesterol.

Visit https://www.UNJURY.com/blog/recipes/ to view recipes that expecting moms like you are using to battle morning sickness. Try these recipes for great-tasting snacks and side dishes that are high in protein and healthy for moms during pregnancy and breast-feeding.

If you experience abnormally high blood sugar levels during pregnancy, you may have gestational diabetes. Typically between 24 and 28 weeks of pregnancy, your doctor will screen you for gestational diabetes, using a glucose screening test.

If you’re diagnosed with gestational diabetes, your doctor will probably suggest frequent visits, where your blood sugar levels will be monitored. Your doctor may also ask you to check your own blood sugar levels.

Gestational diabetes usually goes away once the baby is born, but if left untreated, it can cause problems for both you and your baby. The good news is gestational diabetes can be managed and one of the ways to control it is by following a healthy diet.


How Can You Manage Gestational Diabetes?

The most important thing you can do is modify your diet. You’ll want to make changes to your diet that keep your blood sugar levels in the normal range.

How Can Gestational Diabetes Affect Your Baby?

If your blood sugar gets too high, it can cross the placenta and raise your baby’s blood sugar. When your baby gets more blood sugar than necessary, the extra energy is stored as fat. This can cause macrosomia, or “big” baby.

Babies that develop macrosomia can experience damage to their shoulders during birth. They are also at risk for breathing problems and have a higher risk of developing obesity in childhood and type 2 diabetes in adulthood.

How Can Gestational Diabetes Affect You?

Your blood sugar levels should go back to normal after birth. You will have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes later, or gestation diabetes again, with your next pregnancy.

The good news is a healthy lifestyle can lower your chances of developing type 2 diabetes.

Protein For Twins & Multiples

During pregnancy, you are supporting the growth and development of every cell of your baby. Moms of multiples have double, triple, or sometimes even more times the responsibility to make sure their babies are getting the protein they need for healthy development for every bone, tissue, muscle, etc.

Pregnant women and breast-feeding moms need an additional 25 grams of protein each day. If you’re expecting multiples, you need an additional 50 grams of protein each day, according to the National Academy of Medicine.

Babies need protein to grow. Expecting moms use UNJURY® to make sure their baby is getting the protein he or she needs for healthy growth and development of their cells, tissues, organs. Adequate protein is necessary for a developing baby's brain, heart, bones, and even fingers and toes.


Prenatal Protein

For most moms who are expecting, your daily protein intake should be 100-130 grams. Moms expecting twins or multiples should be getting an additional 25 grams (125-155 total grams) of protein every day.

If you’re expecting multiples, follow this simple math to determine the recommended amount of protein you need:

  • 75-105 grams daily recommended protein for women
  • + 25 grams of protein for Baby 1
  • + 25 grams of protein for Baby 2+
  • = 125 grams of protein DAILY

Of course, each mom is unique, so consult with your dietitian or call 800-517-5111 to speak with one of UNJURY’s Registered Dietitians.

Did You Know:

Prenatal Vitamins Do Not Contain Protein!

It started with just one personal story...

Pregnancy is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. You have a tiny human being, or more, depending on you for everything! And you’re not always feeling your best, be it morning sickness, swelling, or just sheer exhaustion. Knowing this, we are always happy to hear stories from patients about UNJURY helping them through a difficult time in pregnancy, and best yet—ultimately improving the health and well-being of their precious babies!


An UNJURY® Baby Story

One such story came from a health professional we know who was expecting twins. She had started using UNJURY® Chicken Soup during the early months of the pregnancy to help with morning sickness. And indeed, it did help her battle the constant feeling of nausea while also providing the nourishment she and her babies needed. Little did she know that UNJURY would play an even bigger role as her pregnancy continued.

A couple months later a serious problem developed where one of the babies was not growing as fast—Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome. One of the ways to address the problem was to increase protein intake substantially. The mom did that by using UNJURY. In the end, the twins were not only both fine, but they were both born at very healthy weights, especially for twins – about 7 pounds each. Needless to say, mom was very happy and relieved!

One of the benefits of being larger than average twins is that it helps them avoid the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit). According to one federal study, about 30 percent of all twins end up in a neonatal intensive care unit. This can be a very scary time, especially when all you long to do is welcome your babies home.


Another UNJURY® Baby Story

Another mom we heard about through a Registered Dietitian we know started using UNJURY® early on in her pregnancy, for morning sickness, and continued with it throughout the pregnancy because she enjoyed it so much. At each check-up, her Obstetrician commented on the healthy development of the baby, which she believed had a lot to do with the mom’s high quality protein intake.

The RD we know, who works with a Perinatologist (an Obstetrician who specializes in multiples and other high risk pregnancies) wholeheartedly agreed. She confirmed she had observed similar outcomes for pregnant patients who use UNJURY, and that the Perinatologist with whom she works recommends UNJURY to all her patients. *

* This is the specific advice of one Perinatologist to her own patients. Twins and multiples are often underweight, but being born at a healthy weight can help prevent them from going to the NICU. Consult your own doctor for advice specific to your own needs.


Questions?

Of course, we cannot promise that UNJURY® always results in healthier birth weights. These are stories and medical observations, not formal medical research. However, we can say that we believe protein is very important to your growing baby, and that getting the protein levels recommended by the National Academy of Medicine is a good start.

UNJURY® is trusted and recommended at America’s Top-Rated Hospitals. The protein we use is a very high quality Whey Protein Isolate, which comes from milk. So, the protein in UNJURY is as safe as milk.

Protein for Breastfeeding Moms

Protein is an important nutrient for moms and their babies during the breastfeeding period. Mothers who choose to breastfeed continue to need the additional 25 grams of protein daily.

Breastfeeding mothers have higher requirements for most nutrients because many nutrients including vitamins and minerals are used to produce breast milk. On average, lactating women need around 75-105 grams of protein per day.

Low protein intake may not alter milk volume, but may affect certain fractions of milk nitrogen, which is essential for your infant’s healthy development.


Weight Management

It’s essential to get adequate protein post-pregnancy, especially for mothers who want to manage their weight. Protein will give your body what it needs and will help you feel full and satisfied more than less-healthy food choices.

New moms, especially breastfeeding mothers, should avoid restrictive weight loss diets. Losing 2-4 pounds a month usually will not negatively affect the milk supply for your baby. However, losing more than 4-5 pounds a month is not recommended.

For personalized recommendations, please contact an UNJURY Registered Dietitian at 1-800-517-5111.

Why UNJURY Works For Healthy Lifestyles

Nothing is more fundamental to your health than protein

Animal proteins are often higher in fat and cholesterol, and some diets limit or avoid animal proteins- Mayo Clinic website1. Based on epidemiological data (NHANES), we estimate that over 20% of healthy men and women don’t get enough protein.


Top 5 Ways UNJURY® Works for Healthy Lifestyles
  • UNJURY® protein is highest quality, 100% complete protein from Whey Protein Isolate.
  • One serving of UNJURY® provides 21 grams of protein per serving - as much as 3 eggs, without the fat and cholesterol.
  • UNJURY® is optimized for protein. No fat, very low carbohydrate.
  • UNJURY® is designed by an experienced master’s degree-level Registered Dietitian.
  • UNJURY® tastes great! It’s a fast easy way to start your day with protein, and that’s important.

You're trying to eat a healthy diet. You're managing fat and cholesterol. So you reduce animal protein foods.

But nothing is more fundamental to your health than protein. The framework of every cell in your body is made with protein. Proteins have important roles inside the cell and in communications between cells as well. Sufficient protein is also essential for a healthy immune system.

So how do you get enough protein? UNJURY® can help! It’s highly-concentrated, high quality protein, that tastes great and is easy to use. Each serving has 21 grams of protein, as much high quality protein as 3 eggs – without the fat and cholesterol.


A Great Tasting Protein

Most lower quality protein shakes use whey protein concentrate; UNJURY® uses only whey protein isolate. Not only do you get more protein and less lactose (milk sugar) -- you get an amazingly great taste. Create a great tasting protein shake, a fresh cold protein smoothie or add quality protein to your own recipes. Read more about UNJURY® protein and its flavors below:

  • UNJURY® Chocolate Splendor and UNJURY® Chocolate Classic Protein: Our chocolate protein is delicious in milk, iced coffee and for a chocolate protein smoothie.
  • UNJURY® Vanilla Flavored Protein: Our vanilla protein is great in milk and makes super protein fruit smoothies.
  • UNJURY® Strawberry Sorbet Protein: Our strawberry protein is great in cold water, and customers tell us they really like it in lemonade.
  • UNJURY® Chicken Soup Flavored Protein: Our chicken soup protein is a fast delicious savory cup-of-soup lunch, dinner or a very satisfying snack -- you just add to heated water!
  • UNJURY® Unflavored Protein: Our unflavored protein powder is a multi-purpose nutritional supplement that nearly disappears in orange juice and fruit flavors of Crystal Light.

1 Source: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/healthy-diet/NU00190

Why UNJURY® Works For Seniors

More than 1 in 4 Seniors don't get enough protein, according to long term clinical studies.
Protein adds to your strength and vitality!

Top 5 Ways UNJURY® Is Great for Seniors
  • UNJURY® has the protein of 3 eggs -- without the fat and cholesterol.
  • UNJURY® can add to your strength and vitality when you need protein.
  • UNJURY® tastes great! Customers and Dietitians tell us it tastes much better than Boost and Ensure.
  • UNJURY® is easy to use and goes down easily.
  • UNJURY® is affordable AND has a 100% satisfaction guarantee!

More than 1 in 4 Seniors don't get enough protein, according to long term clinical studies. Why? Sometimes you're just not hungry, or you're avoiding red meat, eggs, cheese. They are good sources of protein -- but they have fat and cholesterol.

The results can include weakness, tiredness, low energy, weaker immune system, reduced mental sharpness, and more. When not enough protein is consumed, the body takes protein away from your muscles, including heart muscle, to get the protein it needs.

UNJURY® can help! It's highly-concentrated, high quality protein, that tastes great and is easy to use. Each serving has 21 grams of protein, as much high quality protein as 3 eggs -- without the fat and cholesterol.


A Great Tasting Protein

Most lower quality protein shakes use whey protein concentrate; UNJURY® uses only whey protein isolate. Not only do you get more protein and less lactose (milk sugar) -- you get an amazingly great taste. Create a great tasting protein shake, a fresh cold protein smoothie or add quality protein to your own recipes. Read more about UNJURY® protein and its flavors below:

  • UNJURY® Chocolate Splendor and UNJURY® Chocolate Classic Protein: Our chocolate protein is delicious in milk, iced coffee and for a chocolate protein smoothie.
  • UNJURY® Vanilla Flavored Protein: Our vanilla protein is great in milk and makes super protein fruit smoothies.
  • UNJURY® Strawberry Sorbet Protein: Our strawberry protein is great in cold water, and customers tell us they really like it in lemonade.
  • UNJURY® Chicken Soup Flavored Protein: Our chicken soup protein is a fast delicious savory cup-of-soup lunch, dinner or a very satisfying snack -- you just add to heated water!
  • UNJURY® Unflavored Protein: Our unflavored protein powder is a multi-purpose nutritional supplement that nearly disappears in orange juice and fruit flavors of Crystal Light.

Why UNJURY® Works For Lacto-Ovo Vegetarians

A truly delicious solution for your protein needs
"Vegetarian diets (often) don't include enough protein." - Mayo Clinic Health Letter
Top 5 Ways UNJURY® Can Help Vegetarians
  • One serving of UNJURY® provides 21 grams of protein per serving - as much as 3 eggs
  • UNJURY® protein is highest quality, 100% complete protein from Whey Protein Isolate
  • UNJURY® has 5 amazingly great-tasting flavors
  • UNJURY® is designed by an experienced Master’s Degree-level Registered Dietitian
  • UNJURY® is easy, affordable AND has a 100% satisfaction guarantee!

Vegetarian diets are often rich in carbohydrates, while getting enough protein can require focus.

UNJURY® offers a truly delicious solution to your protein needs, completely consistent with lacto vegetarian diets*. We have 5 versatile flavors that you can blend into your daily life, and easily ensure that you are getting enough quality protein.

Even UNJURY® Chicken Soup flavor contains no chicken and is suitable for lacto-vegetarians. It has a rich blend of savory flavors with satisfying cup-of-soup taste.


A Great Tasting Protein

Most lower quality protein shakes use whey protein concentrate; UNJURY® uses only whey protein isolate. Not only do you get more protein and less lactose (milk sugar) -- you get an amazingly great taste. Create a great tasting protein shake, a fresh cold protein smoothie or add quality protein to your own recipes. Read more about UNJURY® protein and its flavors below:

  • UNJURY® Chocolate Splendor and UNJURY® Chocolate Classic Protein: Our chocolate protein is delicious in milk, iced coffee and for a chocolate protein smoothie.
  • UNJURY® Vanilla Flavored Protein: Our vanilla protein is great in milk and makes super protein fruit smoothies.
  • UNJURY® Strawberry Sorbet Protein: Our strawberry protein is great in cold water, and customers tell us they really like it in lemonade.
  • UNJURY® Chicken Soup Flavored Protein: Our chicken soup protein is a fast delicious savory cup-of-soup lunch, dinner or a very satisfying snack -- you just add to heated water!
  • UNJURY® Unflavored Protein: Our unflavored protein powder is a multi-purpose nutritional supplement that nearly disappears in orange juice and fruit flavors of Crystal Light.

*UNJURY® contains whey protein isolate, which comes from milk.