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Coulaid
07-20-2006, 09:10 PM
MRM Massive Muscle Gainer FAQ!


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Experience Enormous Gains in Mass & Strength!!
Massive Muscle Gainer Helps Athletes & Bodybuilders Get the Muscle Mass & Solid Weight Gains They Want Quickly Without Feeling Bloated or Sluggish

What Are Massive Muscle Gainers Benefits?:

Engineered for Fast, Solid, Weight Gains
Delicious & Creamy Vanilla & Chocolate Flavors[
High Calorie Gainer with 50g of Whey Protein
Low in Sugar & Aspartame Free

So you want to PACK ON MASSIVE SIZE?
There is no other nutrition supplement on the market that can guarantee you BULK & SOLID MUSCLE GAINS like MRM's Massive Muscle GAINER. And, its available in two great tasting flavors chocolate and vanilla.

If your goal is to pack on serious muscle and body mass in the shortest amount of time possible, Massive Muscle Gainer will help you get the muscle and weight gain you want quickly and correctly! It's real simple, you must eat extra calories, in the proper nutrient ratios, in every meal to bulk up and pack on solid mass. If you have ever tried this, you know it's extremely hard to do without feeling stuffed, sluggish, gassy and bloated. Therefore, if you need to get bigger and not just fatter, Massive Muscle Gainer makes it simple to add those required calories and nutrients to your daily nutritional plan without feeling you just ate a 7 course meal.

The 3 MACRONUTRIENTS Needed for Ultimate GAINS
Protein: Our unique protein complex provides all the essential amino acids that your body needs to GROW! GainProTM is a special combination of ultra-filtered, low temperature processed whey protein concentrate, instantized calcium caseinate, egg white powder and sodium caseinate. MRM emphasizes the quality and quantity of protein per serving since its the most important macronutrient proven to build muscle mass. GainProTM has a superior amino acid profile, outstanding bioavailability, is low in lactose (milk sugar) and mixes instantly with no blender (mess!) required.

Carbohydrates: Our unique carbohydrate complex consisting of glucose polymers (simple sugar free) and low glycemic fructose is a superior source of carbohydrates that provides you with quality calories and an excellent source of energy. We use just enough carbohydrates to help fuel your workouts and replenish depleted glycogen stores to optimize recovery. On the other hand, we are very cautious NOT to drastically spike insulin levels, which can cause drowsiness later in the day and increase fat production and deposition. When you are trying to add lean muscle mass it is important that you consume the proper calories from a weight gainer supplement that is not high in simple carbs (sugars) especially high glycemic response carbohydrates. High glycemic carbs tells the body to release too high of a concentration of insulin into the blood stream. Extra insulin floating around in the blood readily converts nutrients into body fat.

Fat: Unknowingly shunned by many, fat is a highly concentrated source of energy (double that of protein and carbohydrates). Fat is also a necessary component of all cell membranes, nerve covering, digestive secretions and most importantly, hormone production. It is critical to note that dietary fat does not turn into love handles. High sugar diets are more responsible for fat deposition and unhealthy weight gains.

To truly make gains in mass, get Massive Muscle Gainer today!!
Massive Muscle Gainer provides a whopping 693 calories per serving when mixed with 20 oz of water. Mix Massive Muscle Gainer with 20 oz of skim or whole milk and increase your calories even further (905 calories when mixed with 20 oz. skim milk and 1,069 calories when mixed with 20 oz. whole milk) Combine Massive Muscle Gainer with a sensible diet and intense training program for best overall gains.

Where Can I Buy Massive Muscle Gainer?
MRM Massive Muscle Gainer (http://www.bodybuilding.com/store/mrm/gainer.html)

How Much Does Massive Muscle Gainer Cost?
$18 For 3.33LBS
$35 For 10LBS

Why should someone use Massive Muscle Gainer?

Anyone Bulking
Ectomorphs
Anyone Who Needs A Calorie Dense Meal On The Go

When Should One Use Massive Muscle Gainer?

Pre\Post Workout
Breakfast
In-between Meals

What is the Macro Break Down?
Calories: 693
Protein: 50g
Carbs: 94g
Fat: 13g
Macros: 29\54\17 pro\carb\fat

Do I Need To Cycle Massive Muscle Gainer?
There is no need to cycle it.

How Many Servings Should I Take In One Day?
1-2 servings a day should be enough. You may need to up or lower the dose depending on how much weight you gain.


Can I Stack Massive Muscle Gainer With Other MRM Products?
Yes! You cant stack Massive Muscle Gainer will ALL MRM supplements. For gaining mass we suggest Creatine, Driven, BCAAs, Smart Blend and Beyond Basics.

solarize
07-20-2006, 09:32 PM
Not sure If I'm a fan of the maltodextrin and corn syrup :(
Couldnt you guys have used something else?

TinyMan
07-20-2006, 09:48 PM
Coulaid,

Why the partially hydrogenated oils? Partial hydrogenation results in the formation of trans fatty acids - recognized to be one of the worst out there. Fully hydrogenated oils would actually be preferrable to partial (it is more costly to produce fully hydrogenated oils), as they do not necessarily contain trans fats. This is not the only product from MRM to utilize partially hydrogenated oils, and it is a bit concerning to me.

Some information on trans fats, and partially hydrogenated oils:

Ban Trans Fats (http://www.bantransfats.com/abouttransfat.html) (Ok, so they may be a bit biased. Still some good information in there)
About.com (http://lowfatcooking.about.com/od/faqs/f/hydrogenated.htm)
FDA on trans fatty acids (http://www.fda.gov/fdac/features/2003/503_fats.html)

Can MRM provide proof or evidence that their products do NOT contain significant amounts of trans fats?

naturalguy
07-21-2006, 04:47 AM
Not sure If I'm a fan of the maltodextrin and corn syrup :(
Couldnt you guys have used something else?

There is nothing wrong with maltodextrin

NATHAN518
07-21-2006, 04:58 AM
Can MRM provide proof or evidence that their products do NOT contain significant amounts of trans fats?

don't labeling guidelines require you to show trans fat if contained?

Sixpack
07-21-2006, 05:21 AM
malto? Get some grains in there brotha as a carbs source

naturalguy
07-21-2006, 05:47 AM
There is nothing wrong with maltodextrin

^^^^^^^^

NATHAN518
07-21-2006, 05:52 AM
There is nothing wrong with maltodextrin

for a weight gainer, I would agree

solarize
07-21-2006, 06:00 AM
Either of these would be better -rice oligodextrins, oat bran.


There is nothing wrong with maltodextrin

TinyMan
07-22-2006, 01:28 PM
don't labeling guidelines require you to show trans fat if contained?

Updating labels is rather slow, although it has technically been in effect since Jan. 1st, 2006. I believe under labeling laws, .5g or below can be listed as 0g anyways, and that may exempt from needing to print the trans fat listing. From the FDA website:


There may be two reasons why you are not seeing trans fat on a product's label.

First, products entering interstate commerce on or after January 1, 2006 must be labeled with trans fat. As this is happening, FDA realizes that it will take some time for food products to move through the distribution chain to a store shelf. Thus, it may take a few months for products that are listing trans fat on their label to show up on a store shelf. However, you will see many products with trans fat listed since companies have already begun to declare trans fat on their products' labels.

Second, FDA has granted enforcement discretion to some firms to use old label stock that do not declare trans fat after the effective date of January 1, 2006. In these cases, food firms followed the required process described in FDA's Guidance for Industry and FDA: Requesting an Extension to Use Existing Label Stock after the Trans Fat Labeling Effective Date of January 1, 2006 (Revised)." For each request, FDA is considering whether the declared label value for trans fat is 0.5 g or less per serving. This information is important because lower amounts of trans fat would have less impact on public health than higher amounts of trans fat. Thus, trans fat information in the Nutrition Facts panel will be missing on some products (that contain lower amounts of trans fat) throughout the next year.

If trans fat is not declared on the label and you are curious about the trans fat content of a product, contact the manufacturer listed on the label.

Either way, with the addition of partially hydrogenated oils, I'd prefer to see proof/reasoning/evidence from MRM that their products do not contain trans fats (or at least, to any significant amount). When partially hydrogenated oils are utilized, but no trans fats are listed, that's enough to cause concern in my mind - enough to request the information :).

Also, yes I would prefer to see a source of carbs from say oat flour, barley, or rice as oposed to maltodextrin... that's a whole new argument though ;).

JRRBadBoy4Life
07-22-2006, 02:32 PM
How many servings per container? I'm guessing that there is a reason they left that out, considering 4 heaping scoops per serving would make the product last a whole 7 days, if that.:cool:

888888
07-23-2006, 08:04 AM
How Much Does Massive Muscle Gainer Cost?
$18 For 3.33LBS
$35 For 10LBS

that looks impressive.

Coulaid
07-26-2006, 12:10 AM
Thanks Nesa.

Coulaid
07-26-2006, 12:11 AM
None of our products currently, manufactured this year, have any
hydrogenated oils/trans fats. We switched over to a sunflower oil blend
prior to the relabeling for trans fats.

Coulaid
07-26-2006, 12:16 AM
How many servings per container? I'm guessing that there is a reason they left that out, considering 4 heaping scoops per serving would make the product last a whole 7 days, if that.:cool:


The 3.33lbs has 9 servings while 10lbs has 27 servings which is very comparable to other gainers on the market :cool:

The reason why it's not in there is simply I forgot...

Coulaid
07-26-2006, 12:29 AM
As for the whole carb debate this is a weight gainer. The whole high gi\low gi argument can go either way but some find high GI better then low GI in terms of gains.

Personally I cannot use the product(at full serving) beacuase I am very carb sensitive. But during football I wish i new about proper diet\supplementation. I would have had a gainer and bcaa's in there if i knew about it. The reason for the gainer then would have been recovery was my number 1 factor not how I looked. Hell i was 275lbs as a jr in HS.

Coulaid
07-26-2006, 12:32 AM
How Many Servings Do I Get Of Massive Muscle Gainer?
In 3.33LBS you get 9 Servings.
In 10LBS you get 27 Servings.

cxm
07-29-2006, 07:22 PM
How many servings per container? I'm guessing that there is a reason they left that out, considering 4 heaping scoops per serving would make the product last a whole 7 days, if that.:cool:

Looks like we have a Joel Jr. :D

TinyMan
07-29-2006, 11:05 PM
None of our products currently, manufactured this year, have any
hydrogenated oils/trans fats. We switched over to a sunflower oil blend
prior to the relabeling for trans fats.

Good to hear Coulie. For the containers with the sunflower oil blend, have the labels been updated (that is, are they different) from the ones containing the hydrogenated oils? The replacement with sunflower oils puts MRM's product back on the list of potentials ;)

Coulaid
07-29-2006, 11:14 PM
Good to hear Coulie. For the containers with the sunflower oil blend, have the labels been updated (that is, are they different) from the ones containing the hydrogenated oils? The replacement with sunflower oils puts MRM's product back on the list of potentials ;)
I belive there doing it now. But if its made in '06 your golden.

I'll put up a new pic as soon as i get it :)