Looking to add a mild weight gainer, maybe 500 Calories or so to my regime as I have trouble eating alot of healthy calories. One friend recommended Iso Mass or Carnivor Mass.
Looking for something easy on the stomach.
why not some waxy maize post workout with your protein?, glycomaize
I don't think any weight gainers are easy on the stomach
This^^^ waxy maize would be perfect. 2 scoops would roughly be another 3-400 cal and 100g complex carbs. But no fat and as clean as u can get. And very cheap!Originally Posted by Sean1332
I like this thank you but I am also thinking mid morning snack type of thing
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cooked sweet potato, vanilla protein, vanilla extract and cinnamon. add milk and blend
i know people on here kill typical weight gainer products, and i completely understand why. but for the people out there who dont have the time to cook or just dont understand the concept of how much you really have to eat and just want more weight on them, i think they can be a good thing. I use Dymatize Super Mass Gainer but I only use 1 scoop which is about 600 cals, 115 g of carbs and 24g of protein (somewhere around there). I mix that with raw oats, 1 banana, a few blue berries, EVOO, whole milk, and ice cream or greek yogurt depending on what I have. I used to make my own weight gainer, but i always like to buy this certain product once in a while and compare my results. I personally love it because i dont hold fat at all and i eat around 4500 cals and have a hard time putting on weight. I like to gain fat in the offseason, it gives me strength. all said and done, they arent for everybody, but they do have there place. just dont rely on them and its always best to make your own
Time is no excuse. Whole milk is arguably the best food product available for gaining quality weight. One small cup has 150 calories, quality protein, fats that effectively serve as testosterone precursors, low GI sugars, micronutrients, and growth factors.
Both of the above posts don't make sense or have any relevance to this discussion. I don't have time for semantics.
No, obviously milk is not the only component of a bulking diet. The OP wants something to bump him up about 500 calories. That's 3 cups of milk. Understand?
The second post doesn't make sense. You somehow correlated time with macronutrients. Anyway, sleep time.
No arguing boys there are some good suggestions from all people on here
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A lot of people are against milk, this is good to hear.Originally Posted by mr.cooper69