We offer mass gainer formulas, but not separate mass gainer supplements. We can make you a weight gainer formula, but it will be a little more mild than some out there. It will have about 350 calories, 24 grams of protein, 44 grams of carbohydrates, and 10 grams of fat. We recommend keeping your weight gain slow and gradual by maintaining a slight calories surplus, with the base of your nutrition still coming from whole foods.
Just let us know if you want to switch to a mass gainer blend by emailing your Registered Dietitian at email@example.com. If you chose to buy a separate mass gainer product, depending on which product it is, a mass gainer will add extra calories, protein, carbohydrates, and fat. Mass gainer powders often have a higher ratio of calories coming from carbohydrates and fat.
Mass gainers can be a helpful in putting on weight, but be careful when choosing one. When you consume that many calories from a mass gainer, you are much more likely to go into a big calorie surplus, which could in turn cause weight gain in the form of fat. Also, many mass gainer products contain creatine. This may add water weight to your body, making it seem like the mass gainer is working more than it really is.
Alternatively, you could make your own mass shake, with our higher calorie mass gain formula. If you have a blender, you can very easily increase the calories and protein of the shake by adding milk, yogurt, fruit, vegetables, oats, peanut butter, ice cream, etc. This make a delicious smoothie and also will help incorporate a lot of nutrients from the food as well as the protein powder.
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