The Jello Diet works well, because it gives you something to chew, not just drink (like Formula Diets). High protein Jello should contain 15 grams of protein per serving, and about 60 calories per serving. Most patients eat 2 servings, twice a day. You can eat up to 2 servings three or four times a day, but you probably won’t need to or want to eat this much. Eat or Jellow plain or frozen, and if you want, top your Jello with 1-2 tablespoons of the lowest calorie “Diet Coolwhip” you can find at the grocery store. Regular sugar-free Jello (the pre-made or make-it-yourself kind) has 1-2 calories per serving and no protein – and it’s not what I’m talking about. High protein Jello is available in some health food stores and online.