My Favorite High Calorie Protein Shake – For Fast Weight Gain

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The key to putting on weight is getting in extra calories and protein to your normal diet. According to the Mayo Clinic,  in order to put on a pound of weight in a week you need to take in 500 extra calories each day.

Protein shakes are a great way to reach your daily calorie and protein goals, especially if you have a fast metabolism. The problem is most people make high calorie weight gain shakes that taste awful. I’m talking about having to gulp down with their nose plugged bad. Wouldn’t it be amazing to have a healthy drink that tasted incredible?

Your search for the best tasting high calorie weight gainer is over. It’s easy to make, tastes delicious, and has 700 calories and 69 grams of protein. I made one of these every morning during my 20 pounds weight gain journey and it was the highlight of my day.

How to Gain Weight Fast: 3 Easy Steps to Put on Pounds Naturally

If you are looking to put on weight fast, you are definitely not alone. In fact, many people are struggling with the same thing. According to a 2016 study, The National Center for Health Statistics found that as of 2016, 1.5% of adults or about 4.8 million people were underweight! You may be unwilling to share this problem with friends and family because you are afraid of the responses.

“I wish I had that problem!” and “Stop complaining, that is a good thing!”

I wrote this article because I know how difficult it can be for some people to gain weight. Personally, I struggled with it for years. That was until I finally made a few simple changes that allowed me to put on weight fast. I am going to share with you the three crucial things it takes to gain weight.

5 Good Lactose / Dairy Free Protein Powders

Lactose Intolerant? Here are Five of the Best Milk-Free Protein Powders

Whether you’re eating out or cooking at home, lactose intolerance is a frustrating thing. The western world is built around milk and dairy products, and they’re in almost everything.

Gaining muscle is difficult enough without having dietary restrictions added in. So what are some good, lactose free protein powder options?

Fortunately, there are some awesome options around these days, and that number keeps growing. Different protein sources are coming to the market, and they’re overwhelmingly dairy free.

This piece is written for anyone who needs a milk free protein powder for lactose intolerance. We’ll be analyzing a few of my favourites on the market, reviewing each one for taste, mixability, nutritional content and price tag.

Importantly, I will break down each supplement into cost-per-serving.

Hopefully I’ll point you in the right direction!

Mutant Mass Review: A Weight Gainer With Great Taste?

Mutant Mass Gainer Supplement: A Review

There are all sorts of mass gainer supplement powders on the market, and each claims to pack a ton of calories into each serving. In my experience, taste is the thing that often suffers the most. So when I find a mass gainer powder that’s actually enjoyable to drink, I take notice.

Mutant Mass is a weight gainer supplement that’s advertised as a massive calorie booster that actually tastes pretty great. Is that the truth, or just marketing noise? Read on to find out. 

Gaining Weight on a Vegetarian Diet: Bodybuilding Without Meat

Vegetarian Bodybuilding Diet

Ask for advice about hitting the gym, and you’ll hear this advice: make sure you’re getting enough protein.

If you’re trying to build up your muscle mass and gain weight quickly, protein is an essential thing.

But what happens if the most common source of protein — meat, poultry and fish — aren’t an option? Millions of people around the world follow a vegetarian diet, forgoing animal protein sources in favour of plant or alternative options.

Whether you’re eschewing meat for personal, moral, religious or dietary reasons, it’s a growing phenomenon, and it’s only getting more prevalent.

If you’re trying to gain weight fast, however, a vegetarian diet is a limitation. Vegetarian bodybuilders in particular have to be pretty careful with their diet.

So how do you gain weight as a vegetarian? It’s possible, but only if you avoid these common pitfalls.

Here are a few simple ways to up your calories, get your protein, and put on weight quickly with a vegetarian diet.