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Hass12345
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2009/07/19 13:36:15 (permalink)
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Help needed choosing a protein and weight gainer

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Can anyone suggest a good protein and weight gainer that has good size servings per tub? Im a regular user of  myprotein supplements. Looking for something thats reasonable price but gives good gains.

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    Re:Help needed choosing a protein and weight gainer 2009/07/20 01:00:33 (permalink)
    You'll hear this advice time and again on here.

    If you want a cheap gainer, don't bother with gainers, they are expensive and don't have many servings per tub.

    Get a big tub of protein, then mix in carbs, a weetabix plus some peanut butter.

    When Carbs are so cheap and easy to come by, Gainers simply aren't worth the expense.
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    Re:Help needed choosing a protein and weight gainer 2009/07/20 02:17:09 (permalink)
    Hass12345

    Hi

    Can anyone suggest a good protein and weight gainer that has good size servings per tub? Im a regular user of  myprotein supplements. Looking for something thats reasonable price but gives good gains.


    Gains come from calorie surplus, not a product.

    I like Boditronics Mass Attack for a tasy MRP, but I also use MP supps.

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    Re:Help needed choosing a protein and weight gainer 2009/07/20 15:48:38 (permalink)
    i used to take gainer but not anymore

    i just buy a big sack of powdered oats and drink that whenever i feel like it with millk or water
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    Re:Help needed choosing a protein and weight gainer 2009/07/20 15:49:57 (permalink)
    but in terms of price and quality, Myprotein do an elite gainer, which is just oats, whey concentrate and whey isolate, cant get more basic then that, its cheapish at £18 per 1800g or something along those lines.
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    Re:Help needed choosing a protein and weight gainer 2009/07/24 18:48:35 (permalink)
    one of the best options is go to bulkpowders.co.uk and get a 5kg tub of whey protein concentrate for £35 :) which is the cheapest in europe. And get a 5kg tub of oats for £10 from the same site use them in ur shake- remember to have twice as much carbs from the oats as protein from the whey. MAybe look into some creatine mono/glutamne peptides/MCT oil aswell, and mix it all into skim or semi skim milk for extra protein
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