Epic Gains® Lean Mass Gaining Formula
MTS Nutrition Epic Gains - Lean Mass Gainer Supplement
EPIC GAINS INTRODUCTION
MTS Nutrition Epic Gains is the FIRST EVER LEAN MASS GAINER to address everything a growing, healthy fitness enthusiast needs. For decades elite level athletes have relied on BROWN RICE; a hypoallergenic, easy to digest whole-food carb source. We didn't stop there.
Athletes trying to gain lean mass often forget about vegetables, compromising overall health. This is why MTS Nutrition added an advanced vegetable blend high in antioxidants and equal to several daily servings of fruits and vegetables! To top it all off, the protein quality in Epic Gains includes Milk Protein (comprised of 80% Casein and 20% Whey) and a special Whey Protein high in essential fatty acids.
You now have the PERFECT Food Powder for LEAN MASS GAINS.
Each serving of EPIC GAINS LEAN MASS GAINER provides you with:
- 351 Calories
- 7 Grams of Healthy Fats
- 50 Grams of Brown Rice based Carbohydrates
- 8 Grams of Fiber
- 22 Grams of Protein
- Only 4 total grams of sugar
EPIC GAINS IS HERE!
Complex carbs are the fuel of choice for high performing athletes. They provide a sustained release of energy throughout the day that won’t put your blood sugar levels through the peaks and valleys the way simple sugars will.
Epic Gains provides a whole-food carb in brown rice. It’s hypoallergenic, easy to digest and packed with micronutrients, including selenium and manganese. Also included is Fibersol-2, a type of soluble corn fiber added to foods in enhance their fiber content, thereby increasing sense of fullness and satiety. >Epic Gains provides a whole-food carb in brown rice. It’s hypoallergenic, easy to digest and packed with micronutrients, including selenium and manganese. Also included is Fibersol-2, a type of soluble corn fiber added to foods in enhance their fiber content, thereby increasing sense of fullness and satiety.
This is one mass gainer that won’t leave you feeling hungry!
EPIC Protein Mass Blend
Epic Gains includes a trio of highly bioavailable dairy-based proteins in its EPIC Protein Mass Blend. Consisting of Milk Protein, Whey Protein Isolate, and EFA-Enriched Whey Protein Concentrate, Epic Gains provides all of the essential amino acids your body needs to fuel muscle growth and repair as well as the essential fatty acids (EFAs) it requires for optimal hormone production, immune system function, and overall health.
Nowhere else will you find a more comprehensive protein profile in a mass gainer than with Epic Gains.
Making gains isn’t just about proteins and carbs, it’s also about fats, too. While other mass gaining supplements on the market may opt for the cheap, highly processed fats (such as partially hydrogenated fats), Epic Gains includes one of the healthiest fats on the planet in medium chain triglycerides (MCTs).
MCTs are a special type of fat that can be used immediately for energy by the body, in a manner similar to carbs, but they also offer a number of other benefits. Studies show that consuming MCTs can enhance cognitive function, athletic performance, and satiety.[1,2,3]
Epic Gains isn’t just for hitting your macros, it’s also built to supply those necessary essential vitamins and minerals, too. Each serving of Epic Gains contains the Machine Vegetable Blend, a robust collection of micronutrient dense veggies including tomatoes, Brussels sprouts, kale, and broccoli. This ensures that no matter how epically “dirty” your others meals throughout the day are, you’ve got your micros in with Epic Gains.
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