ProLab N-Large2 Mass Gainer 6lb
ProLab NLarge2 is a mass gainer packing 52 grams of protein with 44 grams of nutrient rich amino acids and both high and low glycemic carbs. Unlike many mass gainers which pack a whopping 1,000 plus calories per serving NLarge2 comes in at 600 calories making it great as a meal replacement or light mass gainer for those looking for a moderate amount of calories. You can also take multiple servings for those hard gainers who are looking to bulk up a bit more and put on more muscle mass. ProLab NLarge2 is easily mixable, tastes great, and doesn't sit in your stomach like a pile of rocks.
ProLab N-Large2 Mass Gainer Product Highlights & Benefits
- Promotes Enhanced Lean body Mass
- Packs 600 Calories, 44 Grams of Aminos and 52 Grams of Protein Per Serving
- Mixes Easily and Tastes Great
- High & Low Glycemic Carbohydrates
- Supports Post Training Recovery
Is It Good to Take a Mass Gainer?
Real Whole Food is the best thing for your body, there's a reason supplements are caused supplements, they are intended to supplement your diet not replace it. That said for hard gainers out there who struggle with getting in enough nutrients and calories mass gainers can be a way to up the amount of protein, carbs and calories you can intake in order to gain weight or muscle mass.
Mix 3 scoops with 16 ounces of cold water and shake or blend. Best taken between meals or immediatley
ProLab N-Large2 Mass Gainer 6lb Ingredients & Label
Warnings & Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening.
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