Get The Most Out Of Pharma Freak Mass Freak! BECOME A FREAK!

Why take a mass gainer?

The question that’s on everybody’s lips!

What does a mass gainer/ weight gainer offer me that a protein supplement doesn't?
The short answer…CALORIES!
There is no long answer to be honest, mass gainers deliver calories, and they do it very well indeed. The point of a mass gainer is to increase total bodyweight, so not just lean muscle mass but TOTAL bodyweight.

Hard Gainer

You might have heard the term ‘hard gainer’ before, it’s used to describe someone that cannot seem to gain weight no matter how hard they try. To some of you this may seem ludicrous when all you seem to do is gain weight when eating, but for a significant portion of the population, gaining weight is not as easy as it seems!

A hard gainer struggles to physically consume enough food to sustain their metabolism which could be burning as much as 2000kcal a day even at rest, never mind their physical activity levels on top of that (which could be an additional 1000kcal on top of that)!!

So when it comes to getting the calories in through diet alone, some people face an uphill battle. They simple cannot consume enough food to get to where they need to be.

Here’s where Pharma Freak comes in…

Consider the following meal plan…

 

Breakfast Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
70g porridge oats 100 4 16 2
300ml semi-skimmed milk 150 14 6 10
1/2 tsp Cinnamon 0 0 0 0
1 heaped tsp coconut oil 40 0 0 5
5 eggs scrambled 320 32 1 18
TOTAL 610 50 23 28
NOTE: to reduce fat, only consume 3 of the 5 yolks.
Mid- Morning Snack Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
2 Rice cakes 58 1 12 0
4 teaspoons low sugar nut butter (20g) 120 4 4 10
TOTAL 178 5 16 10
Lunch Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
1 tin tuna in brine (drained) 145 35 0 0
250g Brown or Basmati rice 350 7 65 2
Bag Mixed salad 36 2 4 0
2 tsp extra virgin olive oil 100 0 0 11
Diced avocado 160 4 18 30
TOTAL 791 48 87 43
Mid- Afternoon Snack Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
1 medium banana 100 1 23 0
1 bar (40g) Dark Chocolate 300 4 12 18
20 Almonds (approx 30g) 180 7 3 15
TOTAL 580 12 38 33
Evening Meal Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
1 Grilled chicken breast 171 32 0 4
2 Medium baked sweet potatoes diced 300 4 72 0
35g grated cheddar cheese 125 8 0 10
45g Brocolli 25 2 1 0
TOTAL 621 46 73 14
Evening Snack Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
1 Pot Greek Yoghurt 150 4 6 10
Handful blueberries 40 0 4 0
1 tsp honey 60 0 17 0
TOTAL 250 4 27 10
DAY 1 TOTAL 3030 165 191 145

 

That’s 3000 calories right there! A LOT of food right? It’s not surprising then that some people simply struggle to get that many calories in every single day of the week.

Then there’s the cost aspect too, I remember being a student struggling to scrape enough cash together to get a few tins of tuna, never mind chicken breast, oily fish, tuna and a variety of fruit and veg! It can be tough.


Now check out this plan…

 

Breakfast Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
70g porridge oats 100 4 16 2
300ml semi-skimmed milk 150 14 6 10
1/2 tsp Cinnamon 0 0 0 0
1 heaped tsp coconut oil 40 0 0 5
5 eggs scrambled 320 32 1 15
TOTAL 610 50 23 28
(NOTE : To reduce fat, only consume 3 of the 5 yolks)
Mid- Morning Snack Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
2 Rice cakes 58 1 12 0
4 teaspoons low sugar nut butter (20g) 120 4 4 10

2 scoops Pharma Freak Mass Freak

485

25

92

1

TOTAL 663 30 108 11
Lunch Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
1 tin tuna in brine (drained) 145 35 0 0
250g Brown or Basmati rice 350 7 65 2
Bag Mixed salad 36 2 4 0
2 tsp extra virgin olive oil 100 0 0 11
Diced avocado 160 4 18 30
TOTAL 791 48 87 43
Mid- Afternoon Snack Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
1 medium banana 100 1 23 0
20 Almonds (approx 30g) 180 7 3 15

2 scoops Pharma Freak Mass Freak

485

25

92

1

TOTAL 765 33 118 16
Evening Meal Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
1 Grilled chicken breast 171 32 0 4
1 Medium baked sweet potatoes diced 150 2 36 0
35g grated cheddar cheese 125 8 0 10
45g Brocolli 25 2 1 0
TOTAL 471 44 37 14
Evening Snack Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Carbs (g) Fat (g)
1 Pot Greek Yoghurt 150 4 6 10
Handful blueberries 40 0 4 0
1 tsp honey 60 0 17 0
TOTAL 250 4 27 10

DAY 1 TOTAL

3550

209

363

118

 

Yep, that’s a hefty 3550 calories AND I reduced the quantity of food you had to consume for those additional 500 calories. Mass Freak delivers close to 1000kcal and 50g Protein which makes it a highly effective way of getting calories in without filling you up too much. It’s a LOT easier to consume 500kcal in liquid form than it is from food right?

Don’t get me wrong, nutrition supplements should NEVER take the place of food, BUT there is nothing stopping you from topping up your nutrition and calories via a mass gainer such as Pharma Freak Mass Freak.
Notice that I halved the recommended serving of 4 scoops to 2. There is no need to try to cram in 4 scoops and 1000kcal in one go, you’ll become bloated, feel full and probably start to hate the taste through association alone.

Reduce the serving to 2 scoops in the morning and 2 scoops in the afternoon and see how much more tolerable and manageable it is. You don’t have to consume it all in one sitting, that’s just crazy!

Getting the most out of your Mass Freak!

 

Here’s what to do. Have it mid-morning and mid- afternoon, or better still have it immediately after your workout for that much needed protein hit, just whatever you do, do not consume it BEFORE your main meal, all you’ll succeed to do there is fill yourself up before your meal and not be able to eat the good stuff i.e. FOOD. You may laugh, but you’d be surprised at just how many people actually do this.

So there you have it, an optimal meal plan that factors in Pharma Freak Mass Freak so that you can not only the most out of your nutrition, but also make the most of your training.

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About the Author

Job Role Qualified Dietitian and Sports Nutritionist Qualifications BSc (Hons) Sports Science | BSc (Hons) Dietetics Tom has always participated in sport both recreationally and competitively which led to an unquenchable thirst for information on anything health, nutrition and fitness. After leaving school Tom went on to play for a football academy during which time he studied Sport and Exercise Science. From here he went on to study a BSc (Hons) Sport Science at UEA followed by his second BSc (Hons) degree, this time at the University of Hertfordshire studying Dietetics. Tom has worked in the fitness, educational and clinical nutrition industry starting out at David Lloyd Health and Leisure Clubs. He then went on to work as a Dietitian (RD) in the NHS, during which time he conducted clinics for healthy eating, weight loss and weight gain, as well as specialised consultations on Diabetes, IBS and Coeliac disease to name a few. He has vast amounts of experience at devising diet plans and supplement regimens, as well as working in the community with schools and competitive athletes. As Head Nutritionist and Supplement expert at Discount Supplements Tom is here to provide current and evidence based health and nutrition information to help you reach your health and fitness goals!
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