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Is it safe to use endura mass to gain weight. Any side effects?

hi , im 27 years and weight is 55 kg , im confused about usage of endura mass. i want to gain weight . but im affreaid of things like , if i stop using endura mass will it effect my body , and also my friend is using endura mass from last 6 months . his weight is increasing , but also his stomach is increasing at very fast rate as compare to rest of his body. please sugges me how to gain weight . without put late bad effects on my body
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Hi!
welcome to HCM!
Endura mass is a balanced formulation of soy proteins, carbohydrates, fats, minerals and vitamins, there is no side effect except that it doesnt work for increasing weight of some people who have some other reason of low weight.

It provides up to 3480 extra calories per day other than the calories gained by regular diet. However for good physique, regular exercise is suggested.
hope this will help.take care!

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