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    I have always wondered about those liquid drinks like Boost and for kids its Pedi-a-sure. My impression is they are full of calories and sugar. Is that true? If anyone has tried any of those liquid drinks please please let me know what you think of them.
    Now my MIL in the last year of her life strickly drank Glucernia due to the fact she couldnt hold any solid food down and her appetite was nothing and she was diabetic.

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    They're processed milk, sugar and artificial flavors, with vitamins and protein thrown in. Unless you can't take regular food by mouth I'd steer clear.

    I think they are disgusting and it irks me that the medical community markets this crap to children. Have you seen the new Pediasure commericals? "Is your child a picky eater?" "Maybe they need a meal in a can!"

    American is so wack.

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