I no that every thing you need to get mass comes from food but do gainers help out with that or is it just bs?
If they help what are some good ones? I have heard cytogainer is good and it has creatin in it but I can still take sizeOn with thay right?
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Food is great but less convienant.
You can still take the size on post work out or before bed, I like Size on also.
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OP, most of those gainers have tons of protein and calories. So yes, they obviously will help you get the extra calories and protein you need. But be wary about fat intake, sugars and cholesterol too.
I use the chocolate flavoured Up Your Mass. Of all the ones I've tried, it's my favourite tasting. And it mixes very well, even with whole milk (I don't drink skim or 2%). But remember don't use this as a way of getting around eating big. It's supplemental to a good hearty diet.
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