Scivation Mass Gainer is the world's first legitimate lean mass gainer! This is NOT another insulin-spiking weight gainer loaded with maltodextrin, inferior protein, saturated fat and a laundry list of fairy dusted ingredients.
Scivation Mass Gainer is the world's first legitimate lean mass gainer! This is NOT another insulin-spiking weight gainer loaded with maltodextrin, inferior protein, saturated fat and a laundry list of fairy dusted ingredients. Scivation Mass Gainer is designed to produce quality lean muscle mass using a 50:30:20 ratio of Carbs-to-Protein-to-Fat, Brown rice & Organic fractionated rice oligodextrins, premium, milk protein isolate, betaine, and over 1200 mg of MCTs, Omega-3s, EPA, DHA and ALA essential fatty acids. 50:30:20. Approximately 1.5 g carbs for every 1.0 g of protein, for a 50:30:20 ratio of Carbs-to-Protein-to-Fat (calories) to create the basis for the perfect lean muscle mass gainer for any serious athlete. Low-Glycemic, gluten-free brown rice and rice oligodextrins. 49 g of carbs and only 11 g of sugar from all natural brown rice and organic fractionated rice oligodextrins to provide a low-Glycemic and gluten-free source of carbs to promote increased muscle mass, stable blood glucose, and reduce insulin-induced fat mass gain. Fractionated rice oligodextrins also support optimal carbohydrate and amino acid absorption. 32 g protein from ultrafiltered & agglomerated high-molecular weight whey & casein fractions from grade A, undenatured, lactose-free milk protein isolate. The highest purity and quality milk protein isolate you will find – from lactose-remove Grade A skim milk that's been low-heat treated to retain its native bioactive peptides. MCTs & Omega-3s, DHA and ALA. MeadowPure Golden Flax Seed, arctic fish oil, and high-oleic sunflower, MCT and coconut oil deliver over 1200 mg of healthy and performance-ready essential fatty acids and immediate energy-yielding MCTs. 500 mg of Betaine. Betaine (Trimethyglycine, or TMG) to promote significant improvements in power output, strength, recovery, and protein utilization.