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Super Gainers Fuel Pro is a Weight Gainer manufactured by TwinLab. It is a protein based supplement that has additional calories from carbohydrates and fats. It is meant to add additional calories for the body in order to assist with weight and muscle mass gain.

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  January 16, 2010

    • Too Many Calories
    • Toolarge Of Servings
    I tried Super Gainers Fuel Pro last year. I went through an entire container and gained weight all right. But most of it was fat. I've since decided gainers aren't the best route to go. I depend on whole foods for the carbs and rely on the supplements for protein intake. This product tasted good but the problem was that the recommended servings required so much powder, it was like trying to swallow batter. I don't think, unless you're bodybuilding for hours upon hours a day, that taking the amounts suggested would be beneficial. Way over a thousand calories (with whole milk, approaching 2,000 calories) in one serving doesn't work for me, that's for sure. Plus all that content made me feel bogged down for at least an hour after taking it. And to do it more than once a day plus other supplements and regular meals? Not for me. Of course, others might benefit from this product. But what I ended up doing, is cutting the servings in half and finishing the container that way. Now I stick to supplements with minimal carbs for the most part and certainly with way less than this one has in it. But, then again, like I wrote, perhaps this product might work for some hard gainers and/or someone working out for hours and hours a day. That's why I clicked "Maybe" for the recommended item.

    COMMENTS (10)

    • January 16, 2010

      Actually, Super Gainers Pro has some great attributes - the amount of vitamins, nutrients and protein is incredible. But it also has a high cholesterol and saturated fat content. And, as mentioned, the high calorie content of one serving... 1,860 calories by itself (would have more calories if you mix it with anything other than water)is, I believe, too many calories to take in at one serving. If anyone takes this, it would probably be best to cut the size of the servings so that the body can process and handle the huge intake of carbs, protein and the resulting insulin rush.

    • January 16, 2010

      hey man, i jsut bought this protein shake, but the directions of use are confusing me, im from australia and we dont use oz here, but i did figure that part out. so my question is, how much of the powder do you actually put in with the water. it says 24 oz of water (about 700 ml) and 3 scoops of the powder, but 3 scoops of wat?? because it only came with a scoop which i assume is fore the water only since it has oz and ml written on it

    • January 16, 2010

      Actually, the scoop is for the protein powder, not for the water (or skim milk or whatever you mix it with). I know it seems a lot, but, yes, that scoop, which is HUGE, is for the powder.

      The manufacturer's directions:
      As a dietary supplement, take 1 serving daily preferably within one hour after high intensity exercise. Add 3 level scoops to 3 cups (24 fl oz) of non-fat milk, or 3 cups (24 fl oz) of water. If desired mix in a blender with crushed ice. Serve immediately. For best results, combine with resistance exercise or weight training to promote lean anabolic weight gain.

      Now, some people (which I recommend) take those three scoops in three different servings throughout the day. At one time, as the directions suggest, is A LOT of powder. You see the scoop. Think of three of those scoops in one protein shake with 24 ounces of water. Now you see why I wrote in the review that it was almost like trying to swallow batter. So, when you ask three scoops of what, yep, it the scoop that comes with the tub. It's understandable that you thought the scoop was for the water and not the powder. It's a huge scoop, isn't it?

    • January 16, 2010

      And, since the scoop does have oz and ml levels marked on it, I suppose it is also meant to be used as a measurement for not only the power, but also the water or whatever you mix with the powder. But, again, when the directions mention a scoop, they mean that scoop, which came with the tub.

    • January 16, 2010

      it is huge lol...jsut one more question...because im a skinny guy who is trying to get big, i started my workout yesterday (weightlifting)...and my workout routine is for 3 days a week (which was recommended for me). so should i only take the drink 3 times a day ONLY on the days i workout?or everyday of the week? which would be better? and thanks for you're help, i really appreciate it.

    • January 17, 2010

      and would you recommend it with water or milk?

    • January 17, 2010

      I originally took it with milk, but due to its high calorie content, you might want to take it with water or skim milk. It depends on what your calorie needs are... it actually tastes OK with water since there is so much protein powder even in a third of the serving.

    • January 17, 2010

      And, regarding your other question, it really depends on what your goals are and how much calorie intake you need to achieve them. If you are trying to bulk, you probably will want to take it every day; not just the days you work out. However, I would break down the servings to 3 times daily rather than taking 3 scoops at once. Not only is it an incredible amount of calories at one time, each serving (3 scoops) contains 100 grams of protein... and I believe it's all whey protein, both isolates and concentrate. That's way too much protein to take at once. Your body can only utilize so much of it in a several-hour span and the body doesn't store it. It'll just get expelled; thus, wasted. Spread the servings out. I'd recommend three times a day. You'll still get the massive calories each 3-scoop serving offers, plus the 100 grams of protein. But your body will more efficiently utilize both the calories and protein and you won't get bloated. Hope that helps.

    • January 17, 2010

      that helps alot. thanks for you're help :)

    • January 17, 2010

      You're welcome... glad to be of help.

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