best weight gainer/nutrional drink for me. lactose

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  1. quamen

    quamen New Member

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    Im 24 and i have only been working out for about 4 months,which i saw little gain. I have gained about 10lbs and put on some more muscle,but im still way to skinny. 165 at 6'2" in height, im like a thin rail. I am lactose, so i cant really mix milk into my drinks so im trying to gain some weight without milk. I try to eat more meals a day,but with my schedule which is very packed it is very hard to do. I want to throw some shakes in there for some added calories,so what do you think i should try?

    muscle milk etc?
     
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    ON Serious Mass, or Universal's Real Gains for less sugar
     
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    whey, pb, water?
     
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    he wants the cals
     
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    Chocolate mixed with Peanut Butter, olive oil and milk (for me that is) is fuckign delicoius
     
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    He is lactose intolerant...
    I dunno if issolate proteins would work, Nectar is some good shit, WPI is good too.
     
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    thanks guys
     
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    cytogainer. not a lot of sugars in there.

    nlarge2 is full of sugars if i recall correctly
     
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    most wpi's are fine for lactose intolerants, or you can add lactase enzyme to whatever else
     
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