Myoplex shakes for breakfast/meal replacement and after workouts for weight loss?

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    minus Damn you, Damn the Broccoli, and Damn the Wright B

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    I am currently eating a low fat 2200 calorie a day diet consisting of mostly chicken and tuna with brown rice and steamed vegtables. There are times when I can't cook or don't have time to. Will using one of these shakes as long as it keeps within my calorie range hurt anything?

    I work out 5 days a week. 40 minutes of cardio 3 days and an hour and a half strength training 2 days a week. Weekends off. I have lost roughly 15 lbs since I started about a month ago.
     
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    No, but make sure you are not eating too much tuna.

    Edit: If you are worried about fat content, etc. just look up the nutritional facts and make sure they meet your needs.
     
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    I did probbably going to go with the light ones.
     
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    Myoplex light is probably a good choice. But if you are just going to have that for breakfast and you plan on doing physical activities after breakfast, I would recommend having a little something extra as well.
     
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    I tried myoplex light chocolate and I thought it was possibly the worst tasting protein on the planet.

    Could just be me though.
     
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