I wanna gain some size too as im abit under weight, so i wanna know if whey protein makes you gain some size/weight too as you gain muscles.
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bro, you are utterly clueless about weight gain. Water is weight. Bone is weight. Fat is weight. So, taking creatine will result in weight gain from intracellular water retention.
Ingesting too many calories (which can be accomplished by consistently taking a couple whey protein shakes too many) can also result in weight gain from fat gains from the chronic caloric surplus.
I suggest that you spend some time in the NUTRITION forum of this website lurking.
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As people have said, weight gain is very very simple. If you eat more calories than you burn you will gain weight. If you eat less than you burn you will lose weight. It is entirely about calories.
Whey has calories, thus it is part of the equation. It doesn't have any magical properties in regards to weight gain outside of its caloric content though.Latest Reviews:
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