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Gif_Brah
11-30-2009, 08:46 PM
Hey guys and gals.

I'm looking to buy a gainer, but I'm not sure what the best one is.

I'm not too picky, but these are some of the things I'm looking for:

-The higher the quality/amount of calories, the better.
-The less amount of sugar, the better (although I'll deal with more sugar if I have to).
-The more serving sizes, the better.

My budget is under $100.

Thanks in advance.

VENOMsK8r
11-30-2009, 09:07 PM
Hey guys and gals.

I'm looking to buy a gainer, but I'm not sure what the best one is.

I'm not too picky, but these are some of the things I'm looking for:

-The higher the quality/amount of calories, the better.
-The less amount of sugar, the better (although I'll deal with more sugar if I have to).
-The more serving sizes, the better.

My budget is under $100.

Thanks in advance.

Here you go. Tastes like BROWNIES all mixed in a shake.

http://www.nutritionzoneonline.com/page-products-detail.php?sc=BF1001

Thank me later :)

Lifterforlife10
11-30-2009, 09:49 PM
The most budget friendly and simplest gainer is to just blend a couple scoops of whey with milk, oats, pb, and a banana. Simple, you know whats going in it, and its cheap. If you are bent on a supplement then check out gaspari or optimum, reliable and affordable brands

trance__dreamer
11-30-2009, 10:01 PM
eat peanutbutter w/ a spoon out of the jar.

/thread.

Italian-Warrior
11-30-2009, 10:38 PM
eat peanutbutter w/ a spoon out of the jar.

/thread.

This and a fiber supp so u can still take a duke

Gif_Brah
11-30-2009, 11:16 PM
Thanks for the responses everyone.

I actually ended up buying two 10-pound tubs of Muscle Juice 2544 off of bb.com. It's about 1,020 calories per serving, which is exactly what I'm looking for.

Thanks for all responses.

00200293
11-30-2009, 11:44 PM
Hey guys and gals.

I'm looking to buy a gainer, but I'm not sure what the best one is.

I'm not too picky, but these are some of the things I'm looking for:

-The higher the quality/amount of calories, the better.
-The less amount of sugar, the better (although I'll deal with more sugar if I have to).
-The more serving sizes, the better.

My budget is under $100.

Thanks in advance.

If you have any money left snag 3 of these. Killer price and good stuff!

https://www.wheycheap.com/

trance__dreamer
12-01-2009, 12:42 AM
dude...regular (non-natural &/or organic) peanut butter is 100 cals/TABLESPOON. & a bulk/family-sized jar of no-name/generic brand is...like...$4. it can't get any cheaper than that!

adding heaping spoonfulls of sugar is cheaper...but not as many calories & more sickening. =S
& olive oil is too expensive. =/

weight gainers are truly a waste of money. peanut butter is all you need, brah.

Human.Shield
12-01-2009, 01:05 AM
cytogainer brah. get cookies and cream flavor. tastes so good with milk!

Gif_Brah
12-01-2009, 01:29 AM
dude...regular (non-natural &/or organic) peanut butter is 100 cals/TABLESPOON. & a bulk/family-sized jar of no-name/generic brand is...like...$4. it can't get any cheaper than that!

adding heaping spoonfulls of sugar is cheaper...but not as many calories & more sickening. =S
& olive oil is too expensive. =/

weight gainers are truly a waste of money. peanut butter is all you need, brah.

I actually did eat like this a while back for months at a time. I eventually grew sick of it. I still eat peanut butter now, but not as much as I used to.