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2011/01/10 14:49:54 (permalink)

gainer ht

Hi all,

I am looking for this weight gainer but I can't find anything on google, not in the UK.
I found something in France but they don't delivery here.It's a awesome gainer I would like to try so if someone could point me toward the link or a shop in the uk it'll be a great.

http://www.eiyolab.com/nav/products

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    Re:gainer ht 2011/01/10 14:58:52 (permalink)
    43g of sugar per serving, "awesome".

    There are plenty of weight gainers you can buy in the UK, pretty much every big name brand does them.

    "Be adequate"
     
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    Re:gainer ht 2011/01/10 15:12:00 (permalink)
    Yes I know but this one really good for people like me, (skinny guy with high metabolism).
    I have read some review from people who gain a lot wheight in 1 or 2 month so I want to give it a try.
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    Re:gainer ht 2011/01/10 15:16:02 (permalink)
    It is only a weight gainer, it will do exactly the same job as any other weight gainer with comparable nutrition profile. It is just powdered food there is nothing magical about it. And you would be better off getting one that uses primarily complex carbs, no matter how much of a hard gainer you are you don't need sugar (except possibly post-workout).

    "Be adequate"
     
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    Re:gainer ht 2011/01/10 15:33:58 (permalink)
    CitizenKane

    43g of sugar per serving, "awesome".

    There are plenty of weight gainers you can buy in the UK, pretty much every big name brand does them.


    Ouch - no. This will see you gain weight - chunky.

    AS per CK - get complex carbs - minimal sugar and preferably not almost all maltodextrin. Look for oats and barley being the primary carb ingredients.
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    Re:gainer ht 2011/01/10 15:50:13 (permalink)
    Thanks for your answer, I don't know much about gainer.
    I try some Megamass if I well remembered but it gave me strong stomach acke and the taste was awefull.
    I used to my own gainer in a blender with 100g of oat, 1 banana, 1 glass of jus and fruit compote.
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    Re:gainer ht 2011/01/10 15:52:23 (permalink)
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    I used to my own gainer in a blender with 100g of oat, 1 banana, 1 glass of jus and fruit compote.


    This is a good idea, but you would want to be putting some protein into it. Add 50-60g of whey into that and you'd be set.

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    Re:gainer ht 2011/01/10 16:10:55 (permalink)
    Briliant thank for the advices.
    So I should get weight with all of that?1m78 for 60 kilos is quite skinny.
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    Re:gainer ht 2011/01/10 16:22:38 (permalink)
    Best use for these products are to add calories to your existing diet and therefore create a calorie surplus that you may not achieve otherwise through convieniance such as work etc and not being able to eat several times - or inability to stomach that much solid food. So have your 3 meals a day and take a shake mid morning and afternoon for instance.

    Ensure you still eat well and consitently as although these can provide calories you need a balanced diet consisting of meats/fish veggies fruit etc that cannot be replicated by an MRP alone.

    Making your own is a great idea if you have good blender, this way you can control the calories and quality of them.

    I used to when struggling to cook throw raw broccoli and apple in - the apple sweetness negated the bitterness of the broccoli and the flavour from the protein powder meant a still decent tasting shake on the go, just added some oats and flaxseed oil and had a complete meal in a glass.

    Time and money determiine what suits you best - but avoid the heavy sugar stuff - there is no value beyond post workout in consuming vast amounts of high GI carbs.
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    Re:gainer ht 2011/01/10 16:43:15 (permalink)
    Yes it makes sense.I'll add whey and flaxseed oil in my shake. :)
    Thanks for everything guys
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