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Why the sum of them (22+3+5+4) are less than 100g? Animals are not just made of digestible matter, animals evolved to survive not to be walking candies ready to be eaten at any moment, some of it can't be digested so it is not listed, some of them are micro nutrients and not macro nutrients. Also water weight is important. Isn't it strange that in 100g ...


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I was having mass gainer shakes a few years back when bulking up... the main reason I used them was because I have a fast metabolism and it was a convenient way to pack in a load of extra calories without filling myself up as much as I would have through eating nothing but whole foods. So if your situation is similar to mine, then go for it. Just compare how ...


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Honestly, the answer whether mass gainer would be a useful addition to your diet is the following. Assuming you workout a few days a week, whether or not you should be using mass gainer has little to do with the intensity of the workouts. It has everything to do with time investment. Mass gainers are simply there for those who don't always have the time or ...


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Protein requirement is a function of training workload. The literature suggests that optimal recovery and hypertrophy occur with dietary protein intake ranging from between about 1.2–2.0 grams per kilogram of body mass per day (g/kg/d), with serious endurance, strength, and power athletes requiring around 1.6 g/kg/d. Based upon your description, we would ...


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