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How Long Can Endura Mass Be Taken? What Are Its Side Efffects?

Heloo, Respected Sir I M AAKASH MITTAL FROM HARYANA (WT -61KG AND HT -5 8) WANTS TO KNOW ABOUT ENDURA MASS. HOW TO ATE IT. AND TELL ME PERFECT TIME PERIOD FOR ATE IT, IN WHICH I FEEL YES NOW M HEALTHY.... IF ANY SIDE AFFECT THAT ALSO INDICATE ME PLZZZZZ. THANKYOU
Thu, 29 Dec 2016
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Welcome to HCM,
Endura Mass is a popular weight gain product consisting of:
Whole Milk, Skimmed Milk, Maltos Dextrine, Soy proteins, Sucrose, Minerals, Vitamins, Approved Flavours Preservatives. I see nothing unusual in the ingredients as listed with the exception it includes sugar, an unhealthy ingredient. It also recommends an unhealthy intake of over 3,000 calories per day, an amount more likely to put on fat than muscle. Absent are the proven beneficial factors for muscle gain such as creatine, branched chain amino acids, and isolated whey protein (the best quality protein for muscle building). The label does not list specific vitamins that may be added so a complete analysis cannot be done. I would also be cautious regarding lactose intolerance side effects which include gas, bloating, diarrhea.
Regards, Kathy Shattler, MS,RDN
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How Long Can Endura Mass Be Taken? What Are Its Side Efffects?

Welcome to HCM, Endura Mass is a popular weight gain product consisting of: Whole Milk, Skimmed Milk, Maltos Dextrine, Soy proteins, Sucrose, Minerals, Vitamins, Approved Flavours Preservatives. I see nothing unusual in the ingredients as listed with the exception it includes sugar, an unhealthy ingredient. It also recommends an unhealthy intake of over 3,000 calories per day, an amount more likely to put on fat than muscle. Absent are the proven beneficial factors for muscle gain such as creatine, branched chain amino acids, and isolated whey protein (the best quality protein for muscle building). The label does not list specific vitamins that may be added so a complete analysis cannot be done. I would also be cautious regarding lactose intolerance side effects which include gas, bloating, diarrhea. Regards, Kathy Shattler, MS,RDN