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Carnivor Mass Review

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by jack3d14, Feb 16, 2016.

  1. jack3d14 White Belt

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    I tried carnivor mass because it was on special. It's pretty awesome,I could see some effects within 3 days of taking it. I noticed fuller muscle pumps while lifting and 3 weeks in my lifts are consistently going up. I have tried alot of top notch mass gainers like monster mass,mhp up your mass and real mass,but carnivor mass is the best from which I have tried. Chocolate fudge tastes great. I would recommend it to any one who looking for serious clean bulk and strength. This is also ideal for hardgainers, try carnivor mass. The only problem I got with carnivor mass is the shake is very thick, and I'm not always able to gulp everything down but you can control that by taking fewer scoops. Overall I can say its a perfect mass gainer with beef protein, 125g of high impact reactive carbs, beef amino and creatine monohydrate.
     
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  2. BOWHUNTER Gender: Attack Chopper Banned

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    Just eat more food pansy.
     
  3. Contempt black belt in couch-fu

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    Yeah screw you buddy, Some of us burn a hell of a lot of calories and 3500+ calories a day from solids for 7 days a week is fucking hard if you're not downing pizza, beer and iced cream every day.

    Feeling full to the point of nausea is not a good feeling before lifting. Not everyone is the same so don't be an arse.
     
  4. BOWHUNTER Gender: Attack Chopper Banned

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    Then eat more :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek: and stop complaining about how hard it is to eat 3500 cal. lmao. I eat 2000 for breakfast you pussy.
     
  5. smart.feller Beer Drinker

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    Girl Scout Cookies make it really easy to intake an extra thousand calories a day.
     
  6. jack3d14 White Belt

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    While I agree that shakes should not replace whole foods sometimes I'm unable to get a meal in because I'm at work and I can't take a break. Having a shake makes it a little more convenient to get my calories in. Congrats for eating 2,000 calories for breakfast.
     
  7. Contempt black belt in couch-fu

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    So you're a giant fat fuck, good for you.

    I am not complaining, simply pointing out that there are easier ways to down reasonably healthy calories if you aren't a human dump truck like yourself and bulking powders happen to be one of them.
     
  8. phys_therapy Purple Belt

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    60-75g whey protein
    1 medium banana
    1/2 cup oatmeal (pulverized in food processor)
    2-4 tbsp. peanut butter
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    770-1020 calories - approximately 22-24 total fluid ounces
     
  9. Oblivian Aging Platinum Member

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    If it's more convenient to get the powder, go ahead, but you can bulk up a shake pretty easily with peanut butter and oats.
     
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    milk is mother nature's weight gainer. even newborns drink it to bulk up.
     
  11. SublimeSun Orange Belt

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    I don't understand all the hate mass gainers get on the internet. I spend <$50 on a 5 pound tub that lasts 2-3 weeks (<$17 per week), gain weight (which is really hard for me), and it is super convenient. I used a mass gainer for the first time at the beginning of this month and gained a good 9 pounds.
     
  12. UL no more yellows Banned

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    Geez

    Calm down guys

    Never heard if it but will take a look at it

    It's just easier for some people and more convenient just buying a mass gainer shake
     
  13. Mr Mojo Lane Brown Belt

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    I ate pussy before breakfast you pussies
     
  14. D Train Gold Belt

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    How is protein powder different than mass gainer? I assume mass gainer has some additional ingredients.
     
  15. wellz6 Black Belt

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    Mass gainers have carb powders mixed in with the protein powder
     
  16. Ruckus White Belt

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    I don't generally understand buying mass gainer as it's often cheaper to just buy protein powder and add carbs, but I know plenty of people that have had good results from prepackaged gainers and I see no reason to tell people how to spend their money. I do have a problem with beef protein isolate. It's generally a gelatin product which has a poor amino profile. Quick google search found me this:

    http://patrickarnoldblog.com/wheres-the-beef/
     
  17. wellz6 Black Belt

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    I'm not surprised it's overhyped. I use eggwhite protein powder if I make a shake. I like the taste a little better than whey.
     
  18. TewPoint0 DHEA Abuser

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    I gained about 20lbs of mostly muscle on Re-built Mass from GNC. I was a hard gainer. Interesting, that's changed for me now that I'm a lot bigger...now I'm a big guy even if I'm living on lettuce and watermelons.
     
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    I guess, its mostly the folks ask about it don't have a working understanding on calorie and macro tracking. Hell, most the guys on bodybuilding forums who ask frequently about these things, claim to have a TDEE of 4-5k while being 5'9 140-150lbs.
     

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