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Milk protein is all well good for those who are on deaths door and can't eat anything else. Then this may well give them some nutritional benefit and a bit more energy. Read morePublished 3 days ago by BW
Great workout recovery drink and more protein than Nesquick. They make a extra-protein version, but I'm weary of supplements which might overload kidneys. This has a lot.Published 1 month ago by Cynical Optimist
We like this product very much! We use the Boost Plus to gain weight and keep us going during bouts of nausea. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joan Borden
the lack of 6-pack containers is extremely awkward for small-apartment living. A single large off-size carton containing only individual servings is very hard to store. Read morePublished 4 months ago by The Seeker
I love this and the reason why I do is because, I tried eating cereals and it does not help me at all I am not getting
full at all. Read more
No where on your site do I see where you tell the protein quantity on this. Boost comes in two different protein levels for their 8 oz size. Read morePublished 20 months ago by jb
At first I thought this was a very good price, but then I went to walmart.com. Much cheaper there.I would recommend shopping around a bit.Published 20 months ago by Dave Pit
Look at the ingredients. Mostly Sugar and Water. May as well have a soft drink and take a vitamin pill.
I am disgusted with Nestle. Read more
I thought I was ordering the regular Boost shown in the picture, but I received a case of Vanilla boost in different bottles marked "For Institutional Use Only"Published on February 6, 2012 by cdtandrom