4x Mr. Olympia Phil Heath has come out with his own supplement, Gifted Nutrition. Recently, Gifted Nutrition announced a new supplement, Gifted Nutrition Ultimate Mass Gainer.

Let’s look at everything there is to know about this mass gainer to see if it is worth the hype it is receiving from the online fitness community.

The Ingredients

While Gifted Nutrition Ultimate Mass Gainer isn’t available for purchase yet, I was able to find out what we can expect to be in this up-and-coming supplement.

Each serving will pack 1,240 calories, 250 g of carbohydrates, and provide 50 g of protein. The protein sources in Gifted Nutrition Ultimate Mass Gainer will be a protein matrix of whey concentrate, whey isolate, whey hydrolysate, egg albumen, milk protein concentrate, micellar casein, and calcium caseinate.

That seems to be the standard amount of protein in a mass gainer; however, the total amount is made up from several different protein sources –a little bit of everything. Ultimately, I’m not too sure how much of each protein source makes up the 50 g.

How Should Gifted Nutrition Ultimate Mass Gainer Be Used?

As a mass gainer, Ultimate Mass Gainer should be used in conjunction with a healthy diet. One serving appears to be 1 heaping scoop, so we recommend mixing one scoop in about 12-14 oz. of water.

As far as flavor options go, it appears that it will be available in a chocolate and vanilla flavor.

As soon as Gifted Nutrition releases Ultimate Mass Gainer, I’ll be updating this review. So, don’t forget to check back!







About The Author

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

One Response

  1. Dino

    It doesn’t taste too bad but as it’s all maltodextrin it can cause havoc on the stomach.


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