Chocolate Banana Vivanno in hand. Sipping experimentally. Tastes like cocoa and banana.
Back at work. Yep. Definitely like cocoa and banana. Can't taste any whey powder. Pretty tasty.
Finished. I wonder how long it'll last in my stomach. It feels very heavy.
I'm burping up cocoa and banana.
Still feeling kinda full. I drink some water to "top it up."
Still burping up cocoa and banana but not as often.
Feeling less full. I drink some water.
First stirrings of hunger. I drink more water.
Have to pee like a race horse.
Distracted by work; running to washroom.
Back from washroom. For some reason, it smelt like Salt & Vinegar chips in there.
Distracted by work again; I can hear my stomach grumbling in earnest now.
I really want Salt & Vinegar chips. I eat an apple instead and drink more water.
I still want chips. I'm starting to count the hours until dinner.
I google "baked salt & vinegar chips."
The rest of the journal goes into further notes about "S&V" chips and are mostly irrelevant to this experiment.
From this data we can conclude:
- A Vivanno shake can keep you full from one to three hours depending on water consumption and work load.
- Never go into Salt & Vinegar scented bathrooms lest you get afflicted with cravings for the rest of the day.
- Yahoo! Answers reports that the only way to get baked Salt & Vinegar chips is to "order online from a British Importer."