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lsclarke
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Hi guys,
The problem im having is getting calories on board.
I go to the gym regularly and do sports so i burn a lot of cals.
Being 6ft7 and 17stone as well means its very hard to get them on board though food alone.
Im looking for a supp which has the lots of cals and high protein content.
Any advice would be very good!
I eat clean and train hard its just tough to bulk when its hard to consume the amount of cals needed!
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myprotien for mass gainers but sort your diet out.
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Whoa, 6ft7?

I think about 3 adult cows per day should help, plus the field they live in. Jesus man, that's tall.

But yeah MyProtein is a great place to get stuff from
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Get married.
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Hehe, jokes aside. The best to go about this is a diet, so large proportions of good carbs and veges, perhaps potatoes or chicken. Protein bars help too. Also, quit cardio for a while and try to do upper body exercises instead.

Good luck
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Just buy more food, it's much cheaper than some mass-gaining supplement.
If you're having trouble eating everything, space it out. When I bulked for the first time I had to force feed myself to get used to the change in diet. My appetite caught up. Drinking lots of milk and snacking on nuts and stuff helped me, too. Whether all that ****'s healthy, isn't for me to say
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As mentioned whole foods are the key. Plenty of chicken, fish, beef, eggs lots of green veg, good carb sources such as sweet potatoes, brown rice, oats and good fats like coconut oil. Can get expensive though and that's where a good gainer will help. Our weight gainer is definitely worth a look, over 450kcal per serving and 44g of protein from whey, casein and egg. There's added glutamine, flax and MCTs too.
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Serious Mass , Optimum Nutrition . Check it out.
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You can buy a bag of mixed nuts and raisins.

They're really calorie high suprisingly, and are packed with protein.
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