" I was taking one called 'Protifar'. I got it through my dietician. You can add it to anything - as long as it's a bit fluid. So you could put it in his dinner if it was something soft.... "
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Other names: Protein Supplement
Category: Dietary supplement
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" ...have not used protein drinks. My dietician recently prescribed Protifar which is a protein powder that has no flavor, you can mix ...link where you can learn about it: Nutricia Product Protif... "
" Auntevil - our dd2 was given Calogen (which is just emuslified fat) to add calories. She also has Protifar powder for extra protein. Before that the dieticians just... "
" ...up her feeds. I read somewhere on line abut Protifar, a powder that i add on her feed to fatten her up but now she has a runny tummy & refuses to eat any solids &... "
" ...add water to it though so it's less heavy. -Protifar. It's nutricia protein powder. It's really nice, no additives ...brands that tend to use maltodextrin), it's a great protein... "
" ...add water to it though so it's less heavy. -Protifar. It's nutricia egg protein powder. It's really nice, no ...brands that tend to use maltodextrin), it's a great protein... "
" ...look delicious! Jo, what is Protifar, please? Is it a French-only... "
" ...every interesting recupe uses 'Carree frais' or flavourings or Protifar. Whilst I could get some the flavourings (don't really ...try Philly EL for CF and dried milk for Protifar and see what... "
" Re: non dairy creamer(reply to Roger) It's called Protifar (from Nutricia). It's mention on the box \" high protein milk \" , and on the ingredient they don't mention about carb. I may be... "
" In France the powder is available under the name of 'Protifar' - it's a medicinal supplement really and not licensed for general sale without prescription over here in the UK. Or something... "
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