大 BULKÜBERSTRENGTH 力: Péng’s Healthy, Fortified, Superfood, Wholefood, Mass-Gain Formula Weight GainBodybuilding

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0g🍳 🍃 💎 | Egg, whole, raw, fresh [ω-3]£0.00Tesco (organic)
500g2.4cupsWater, distilled, remineralised£0.05
0g4cups⌥💎 🐐🍼 👅 ⛄️ | | Milk, goat's {!! check values !!}£0.00Tesco (St Helen's Farm)
0g————— F A T S —————£0.00
10g⭐️ 🐐🍼 ⛄️ ☠ | Goat's butter (1.5g salt/100g) [saturates, MUFAs]£0.08Tesco (St Helen's Farm)
10g⭐️ 🌱 ⛄️ 🔌 🍃 | Coconut oil [saturates, MCTs]£0.12Amazon (Blueherb)
4g⭐️ 🌱 ⛄️ 🍃 💸 | Safflower oil [ω-6]£0.02Amazon (Clearspring)
5ml⭐️ 🌱 🍃 💸 | Flaxseed Oil [ω-3]£0.08Amazon (Crudigno)
14g🌟 🌱 ⛄️ 🍃 💸 | Olive oil [MUFAs]£0.09Tesco (organic) 🍃
0g🌱 👆 💎 ☠ | Tapioca maltodextrin£0.00Amazon (Sosa)
3g🌱 👆 | Sunflower Lecithin (emulsifier) {currently on 1% of liquid weight}£0.04eBay
0g👆👅 | Dipotassium phosphate [powder oil]£0.00
0g👆🐚 | Tricalcium Phosphate [powder oil] {!! update values from packet !!}£0.00Amazon
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0g————— C A R B S —————£0.00
233g🌟 🌱 🍞 🌾 🍠 💸 🍃 | Oats, rolled, ground into powder£0.50Tesco (organic) 🍃
25g⌥💎🌱 🍠 🍖 | Quinoa flour [Zn]£0.25Amazon (Buy Whole Foods Online Ltd.)
25g⌥💎 🌱 🍠 🐚 ☠ | Sweet potato Powder£0.28Amazon (Bulk Powders)
0g⌥💸 🌱☠ 🍠🐚 | Sweet potato, frozen, cooked, baked, without salt£0.00
0g⌥💎 🌱🍠 | Buckwheat flakes / flour / sprouted / etc.£0.00
25g8tbsp🌱 👅👆 💎 | Lúcuma [sweetener, creamer]£0.45eBay (RealFoodSource.com)
0g4tsp⌥💎 🌱 🍠 | Mesquite, raw, powder£0.00Amazon (The Raw Food World)
0g————— P R O T E I N —————£0.00
74g⭐️ 🌱 🌾 💸 🍃 | Brown rice protein (organic) [c'ine, meth'ine]£0.81Amazon (RealFoodSource) 🍃
0g⌥ 🐐🍼 🍖 💎 ☠ | Goat & sheep whey concentrate powder£0.00Amazon (PINK SUN)
0g⌥ 🍼 🍖 💉 🍃 | Whey protein concentrate (EU) [BV=104, leucine] ❌£0.00Amazon (RealFoodSource) 🍃
0g————— H E R B S —————£0.00
5g🌱🍃 ⛄️🍖🐚 | Sesame seed£0.03Amazon
9g🌱🍃 ⛄️🍖🐚 | Chia seeds, milled£0.12Amazon (Funktional Foods) 🍃
3.6gHimalayan Pink Salt£0.04Amazon
0gCalcium Phosphate (maybe as "tricalcium phosphate" as part of creamer)£0.00Freeda (also on Amazon)
5.1gMSM (!! input values from packet !!)£0.16Amazon (Natures Root)
1gCOMPLETE MULTIVITAMIN COMPLEX™ (contains no Vit-K2)£0.10Amazon
3g🌱☠ 👆 | Acacia gum [prebiotic]£0.07Amazon
2gGuar Gum (!! input values from side of tub !!)£0.04Amazon (SPECIAL INGREDIENTS)
4.5g🌱 👆 ☠ | Xanthan Gum£0.05eBay (intralabs)
0g------ P I L L S T A K E N S E P A R A T E L Y ------£0.00
17gAlmonds (activated, fine-milled) {source cheaper}£0.56online (Raw Ecstasy)
5pillDigest Plus Digestive Enzyme 225mg DigeZyme®£0.48Amazon (Health Plus)
0g------ F L A V O U R S & N O O T R O P I C S ------£0.00
1.5gStevia leaf powder£0.05eBay (finesseorganic)
2.2gMaca, white, gelatinised£0.05eBay (Pink Sun)
25g🌱 🐚 🍋 💎 | Cacao powder, raw [anti-oxidants, Mg, Mn, Zn, vit-C]£0.30Amazon (PINK SUN Ltd)
3gCinnamon, saigon {!! update values from packet !!}£0.02Amazon
0g👅 | Vanillin£0.00
2g🐚 | Potassium chloride£0.00
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Recipe Goal: to provide the maximum calories for the maximum ease of consumption and minimum cost.


This recipe is what you need if...

You want to gain muscle fast on a wholefood-based eating plan.

The default values are set for the cheapest input of protein, carbs & other lean-muscle gain nutrients, but while still remaining healthy. The zeroed out ingredients are nice but more expensive options that yield more variety & possibly better results, but for an increased cost.

To sub in sweet potato using fresh instead of powder, using 5x as much may translate well.

Misc. Info

I've decided to use a blend of pea & rice protein as the protein powders in this for the reason that they are both medium-speed digesting ones. This means they won't cause an insulin spike, but nor will they keep one full for too long (such as long-digesting protein powders such as casein). Rice & pea have the added benefit that they are the cheapest of all protein powders, and they are vegan & ethical.

Recipe for oil powder

  • 200g oil
  • 100g maltosec
  • 2g salt

Could also try mixing oil with all or some of: protein powder, maltodextrin, Dipotassium phosphate, Disodium Phosphate, Tricalcium phosphate, Mono & Diglycerides, sunflower Lecithin, Tocopherols, & Silicon Dioxide.


Most waxy maize starches, with the exception of Vitargo®, are slow-digesting, low-GI (REF).


This recipe can be combined in a blender with Überplete powder to yield a nutritionally complete liquid-meal that is also very high in calories.

If haven't got powdered oats, use pre-soaked or pre-cooked oats, quinoa, sweet potato or brown rice instead.

Make on-the-go protein bars with: https://www.youbars.com/

One of the cheapest ways to get more calories-worth of food into your diet is to eat lots of cooked starches, e.g., oats, rice or quinoa.

* To make it cheaper

For example, increasing the pea protein while decreasing the hemp protein can yield the same total protein but with a recipe that is considerably cheaper (though less healthy).

Activate your own almonds at home (see http://mywholefoodromance.com/2012/11/how-to-make-activated-almonds-soak-your-nuts-baby.html).

To increase the energy factor

Trade part of the default oils for XCT oil (ensuring to keep the omega-6:3 ratio the same).

Recipe Notes

Daily fructose for someone of my current activity is, based on Poliquin’s advice, seems to be 10–20g/day.

Information & Explanations on Ingredients


1. Water

Ideally, spring, distilled or filtered water would be used. Tap water works fine; however, it also contains many potentially harmful things in solution, such as... (LIST COMING SOON).

2. Sunflower Oil

Included because it is a polyunsaturated oil that is high in omega-6 fatty acids. Including this allows the ratio of omega-6:omega-3 to be controlled by tweaking the quantities.

Sunflower oil has a higher content of vitamin E than any other vegetable oil, including safflower oil. [...] Sunflower oil is available in three varieties. Linoleic sunflower oil is original sunflower oil and has low levels of saturated fat as well as being rich in vitamin E. This variety is 65 percent unsaturated...


2a. Safflower Oil

Safflower may be used as an alternative to, or in addition to, sunflower oil as they offer a similar nutritional profile.

"Safflower oil is a concentrated source of omega-6 linoleic acid and provides no omega-3 polyunsaturated fats."

3. Flaxseed Oil

Included because it is a polyunsaturated oil that is high in omega-3 fatty acids. Including this allows the ratio of omega-6:omega-3 to be controlled by tweaking the quantities.

3a. Chia oil

This is a more expensive alternative to flaxseed oil to provide the omega-3 rich fat source. Can be included in order to provide variation if fund allow.

4. MCT Oil

MCT oils are saturated fats found, for example, in coconut oil. They are a great source of energy and can be turned into ketones in a mere 10-12 minutes (citation needed). The inclusion of this in the oil component of the nutriplete allows for a quick energy boost while maintaining ultra-low carbohydrate in the recipe.

Macro Powder Ingredients

5. Hemp Protein powder (ISOLATE OR CONCENTRATE?)

Hemp provides a vegan complete protein source (citation needed) with the bonus that it is also one of the most environmentally friendly crops due to its carbon-sequestering effect (citation needed). Hemp protein is relatively expensive for protein powders, and those requiring a cheaper recipe are advised to use a combination of pea & rice protein.

X. Spirulina

An excellent wholefood, vegan protein source. In terms of sourcing, some analyses of spirulina brands show very high levels of aluminium, so certificates-of-analysis should be consulted. Dr Bob McCauley recommends spirulina from Taiwan or California as being good starting points to look (REF).

X. Spinach

good source of vitamin A

You can expect to get the following nutrients from spinach powder: •Vitamins A, C and K •Protein •High levels of iron •Manganese •Lutein •Lipoic acid •Potassium •Folic Acid •Phosphorus •Beta-carotene •Phytochemicals (REF)

X. Broccoli

Suggested Use: 5g–15g (1–3 tsp) daily (REF).

6. Sesame Seeds (ground)

Milled sesame seeds lend a thickness to the texture as well as providing omega-6 fatty acids and fibre. Ideally, the seeds would be milled at the time of the powder preparation.

7. Flaxseeds (ground)

Milled flaxseeds are a common egg-replacer in vegan cuisine and add, therefore, a thickness to the texture. In addition, they are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids and fibre. Ideally, the seeds would be milled at the time of the powder preparation.

8. Coconut Flour (fine-milled) ((fibre, protein, fat))

Provides fibre, fat & protein. (MORE INFO NEEDED) Try making it blender from dessicated coconut (or whatever's cheapest).

X. Nettle

Source of vitamins A, B6, and Ca, Fe & Mg. High in protein, calcium, Mg, K, B-vitamins, vitamins C & K(1).

Take 2 capsules of 600 mg 2-3 times daily of the herb (REF)

X. Barleygrass

Better than wheatgrass at controlling blood-sugar levels (REF).

Stimulates friendly gut-bacteria.

aids digestion by improving the production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach. Powerful anti-oxidant. Identified as powerful anti-cancer agent. Balances pH levels in body. Helps prevent cravings for various addictions (incl. sugary sweets). (REF)

Use 5 grams in a juice, smoothie or dressing up to twice a day. Natural source of vitamins, minerals & chlorophyll (REF).

X. Mesquite Meal

dried seed pods of the mesquite tree

a high-protein, highly nutritious food, rich in iron, lysine, manganese, potassium, and zinc. Studies have shown that diets rich in potassium, an essential mineral and electrolyte, can help to prevent stroke and high blood pressure, and increase bone mineral density. Mesquite flour is also low on the glycemic index, which can help to keep blood sugars controlled, and is gluten free. In addition, it is a good source of soluble fiber, tannins, inulin, and mucilaginous polysaccharide gums that can help maintain blood sugar control. ... Because it is naturally sweet, using mesquite flour in recipes may allow you to lower the amount of sugar added to recipes.

This recipe recommends 1tsp in a smoothie.

X. Almond Flour (activated, fine-milled) {protein, fibre, sulfur, vit-E}

Rich in vitamin E, which encourages healthy skin. High in phosphorus, which is important for healthy bones & teeth, which are partly composed of amorphous forms of calcium phosphate (CITATION NEEDED). Almonds are a good source of fat, especially monounsaturated, which has been linked to heart health (CITATION NEEDED). This recipe uses the suggestion here that one should consume 1 almond per day for every 1lb of their ideal body weight (the average almond weighs 1.2g). Almonds control blood-sugar/insulin spikes after meals, and are, therefore, great for keto diets (CITATION NEEDED). Almonds are oft quoted as a good brain food due to their containing riboflavin & L-carnitine.

X. Lúcuma (sweetness, creaminess, vitamins, minerals, fibre, anti-oxidants) CHECK THESE

This South American fruit is a way popular amongst diabetics for adding sweetness to a recipe. It has been called a "superfood" due to its high content of amino acids, vitamins & minerals WHICH ONES? Charlot = 1 heaped tsp

X. Ashwaganda {chocolate flavours}

David Wolfe: Male virility tonic herb; works together w/ tulsi; activity ranges from supporting healthy male reproductive function, to supporting healthy thyroid. Women can take too; helps to convert T4 to T3 -- it's a metabolic assistant to the thyroid. Included for the tonic qualities, the minerals & the nutrients. Start with 1/8 tsp, then work up to 1/2 tsp, then go higher. Has almost coffee/chocolate flavour profile.


The best supplements for increasing testosterone [include] ashwagandha. […] ashwagandha mitigates cortisol and improves DHEA (the ultimate stress management hormone) which in turn increases testosterone.

X. शिलाजतु (en: Shilajit)

An Ayurvedic supplement that takes the form of a mineral pitch that's scraped out of the rock. Rich in minerals. By some estimations contains 80+ trace minerals as well as folvic acid, a neutraliser of many artificial toxins, pesticides & bad oestregon. Fulvic acid is one of the best natural cleansers. No worries about overdose, but some people may take a long time to acclimatise to it. Has deep, almost smoked, flavour. Good for decorating food that you want to be smoked, deep, rich. Goes well with very dark chocolate drink. --(David Wolfe)

Anti-oxidant. Can dissolve calcification in the bones, so can reduce inflammation & pain. One of world's most powerful electrolytes. Great source of ionic minerals (over 85). Very synergistic with many herbs, e.g., ashwaganda. (-- The Natural Man)

Dosage depends on the individual. Experiment between 100 - 250mg (dry). Take on empty stomach 30 mins before eating, or take with food while multiplying dose 2-3 times. Shouldn't mix it with tap, treated or very hot water. REF

Identified as having synergistic link with maca (CITATION NEEDED).

Has a taste akin to coffee. Taking 1 whole Tbsp per day is a great way to remineralise the body. (REF)

100mg/day has been recommended (I think on the eBay listing).

X. Maca (aka Peruvian Ginseng or Lepedium Meyenii) (hormone-balancing, hypothalamus-activation)

A root vegetable native to the Peruvian & Bolivian Andes mountains. It's extremely nutrient dense (WHICH NUTRIENTS) & can result in energy boosts when consumed. It comes in "white", "red" & "black" varieties. The red variety has been linked to prostate health. MORE INFO NEEDED {activates hypothalamus, turns all hormone precursors on (not sure if true for gel. form)}

it’s pretty much impossible to take too much Maca. … The younger and healthier you are the more you can start with. … even though Gelatinized Maca is more concentrated, we recommend the same amount to make up for the fact that some nutrients have been destroyed by heating it

Char = 1 tsp The Maca Team = 3–9g/day for 75kg person

X. Mucuna

A bean from Africa & Asia that is effective at low doses as a regulator of certain hormones & neurotransmitters. It's the richest known natural source of L-Dopa, the pre-cursor to the neurotransmitter dopamine, which promotes sexual function, body-fat loss & muscle gains. It is used as a mood-enhancer due to it's containing serotonin & a pre-cursor to dopamine. It has beneficial effects for the kidneys & adrenals, and it turns on neurotransmitters activating genius & sustained mental-focus (CITATIONS NEEDED). Wolfe: nutrient profile among best in world of any herb; rich in tryptomines (e.g. tryptophan), rich in beta-carbolenes (feel-good substance), rich in L-DOPA, can transform kidney & adrenal power (include in adrenal rejuvenation program); start w/ 1tsp, gradually working up to 1Tbsp. Strong affinity for chocolate.

Supplement-wise, 5g of Mucuna Prurients dried powder has been used with efficacy in some human studies on Parkinson's Disease and Fertility. This dose or doses upwards of it should be a good starting point.

Mucuna recommendations have included: 5g/day or 4tsp/day


The best supplements for increasing testosterone [includes] mucuna pruriens […] Mucuna supports levels of lutenizing hormone which is a signaling hormone that the brain uses to communicate with the testes to intiate more testosterone production. Mucuna also increases the neurotransmitter dopamine which in turn supports mood, energy, and growth hormone production.

X. Amla berry powder

According to vendors, Amla powder

Contains many essential vitamins and minerals including vitamin C, phosphorus, calcium, vitamin B and carotene and High level of Vitamin C. Improving muscle tone. Helping the urinary system. Supporting a healthy heart. Enhancing fertility. Increasing vitality.

Rich source of anti-oxidants & vitamin C. May also be good for heart & other organs. (REF)

Combine with sesame oil—>good for the joint health. Good for stomach, intestine & skin health taken with ghee. (REF)

As a dietary supplement, take up to 4 gm.

Take up to 5g per day in a juice, smoothie or water.

X. Chlorella

Highly nutritious and has the potential to remove harmful heavy-metals from the body.

Dr Bob McCauley advises against any chlorella from China. He recommends, instead, Taiwanese as the most reliably, high-quality source.

A detailed guide on how to choose chlorella is available here.

Maintenance Dosage: 3-5 grams/day

X. Turmeric

Curcumin from turmeric root as a potent anti inflammatory agent.

X. Black Pepper

An Ayurvedic complement to turmeric.

•1 tablespoon pure turmeric powder •1 teaspoon ground black pepper (REF)

Source: http://healwithfood.org/articles/black-pepper-boosts-turmeric-effects.php#ixzz4dIoI2E3Y


Take with vitamin C, beginning MSM dose at 1g/day and gradually increase over time to 2–4 Tbsp/day. It is a completely non-toxic substance (though it may detoxify you too quickly (REF).

Typically a dose of 1000mg is used for general health purposes, however this may be increased depending on the individual requirements.

MSM is an essential nutrient for the body that helps skin, hair, and nails healthy.

There are cheaper sources than the one linked—Natures Root—but this brand was chosen due to a reviewer who said,

After breaking a total of 42 bones in one accident i have used MSM everyday since waking from a coma. I swapped to natures root a few months ago and it really does seem more potent than other brands.

Micro Powder Ingredients

X. Sunflower Lecithin (emulsifier)

A nutritious ingredient that is included in this recipe to help emulsify the high oil content. Contains choline, which is important for brain development. Helps to maintain nervous system and to aid muscle conditioning. It's an anti-aging component (CITATIONs NEEDED).

For the stabilization of emulsions, lecithin is added at a weight ratio of 0.3% to 1.0%, depending on how stabilized you want the emulsion to be. To help strengthen the emulsion, xanthan gum can also be added at a 0.1% to 0.4% ratio, which has the often desired effect of slightly thickening it and increasing the mouthfeel. [...] For an emulsion lecithin will usually be added as 0.5% to 1% of the liquid by weight. To help strengthen the emulsion you can also add some xanthan gum at a 0.1% to 0.4% ratio, which has the sometimes desired benefit of slightly thickening it.

X. Stevia Leaf Powder

1 tsp = 2.50g

X. Oat Fibre

9. Acacia Gum (fibre)

Provides an effective source of SOLUBLE/INSOLUBLE fibre that is beneficial to gut bacteria and is useful in that it allows a great deal of control over the level of fibre in the recipe.

10. Xanthan Gum (thickener, fibre)

An ingredient commonly used in gluten-free baking that is used in this recipe as a thickener. Adding thickness makes for a creamier drink without requiring dairy products, and this thickness serves to mask the gritty texture from the coconut flour & chia seeds. Costs slightly more than guar gum but slightly smaller quantities are required.

11. Guar Gum (thickener, fibre)

An ingredient commonly used in gluten-free baking that is used in this recipe as a thickener. Adding thickness makes for a creamier drink without requiring dairy products, and this thickness serves to mask the gritty texture from the coconut flour & chia seeds. Costs slightly les than xanthan gum but slightly larger quantities are required.

12. Sunflower Lecithin (emulsifier)

X. Himalayan Pink Salt

Contains 84 essential minerals required by the human body. 85% sodium chloride, 15% trace minerals ([REF][48])

X. Beetroot powder

Adds red colour to strawberry flavour.

X. Sea Buckthorn

RDV 5g

Change Log

23 Jun 2017 Added sweet potato as a superfood source of carbs.

15 Jun 2017 Forked from KetÜberplete. Removed Vegan90+ protein because of the soy being potentially GM and œstrogenic effect. Added quinoa flour for extra calories, protein & carbs.


*The best supplements for increasing testosterone are: bulbine natalensis, mucuna pruriens, stinging nettle root, and ashwagandha. (incorporate these based on 2 capsules/day from the picture at http://www.strengthsensei.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/mahler-testosterone-1030x386.png

  • Incorporate the Ashwaganda into the mocha recipe

    • Investigate Selenium defficiency

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Primal Fuel by Primal Kitchen: Vanilla Coconut; Chocolate Coconut.

Onnit Labs Hemp Force: Hemp protein, hemp hearts, açai fruit, mesquite powder, flaxseed, chia seed, vanilla flavour, almonds, stevia.

OMNI for men: Hemp Protein, Cacao, Red Maca, Lucuma, MSM, Ayurvedic Herbs & Spices.

Raw Sport By Revolution Foods

"DynaPro Gain" by Protein Dynamix: Carb Complex (Maltodextrin, Oat Flour, Waxy Maize Starch), DynaProTM Gain Complex (Whey Protein Concentrate (Milk), Milk Protein Concentrate, Calcium Caseinate (Milk), Emulsifier [Soya Lecithin]), Skimmed Milk Powder, Inulin, Medium Chain Triglycerides Powder (Gluten*), Flax Seed Powder, Flavouring, Xanthan Gum, Sweetener (Sucralose), Digezyme® Enzyme Complex (Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Lactase, Lipase).

BulkPowders Vegan Gainer: Ultra-Fine Scottish Oats (42%), Pea Protein Isolate (22%), Brown Rice Protein (7%), Quinoa Flour (5%), Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT Oil), Flaxseed Powder, Maca Root Powder (Lepidium Meyenii), Fat-Reduced Cocoa Powder, Natural Flavouring, Emulsifier (Sunflower Lecithin), Natural Sweetener (Stevia), Thickener (Xanthan Gum), DigeZyme Enzyme Complex (Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Lactase, Lipase).

"Hard Gainer Extreme", Unflavoured by MyProtein: Modified Maize Starch (35.7%), Whey Protein Concentrate(Whey Protein Concentrate(Milk), Emulsifier(Soy , Sunflower Lecithin))(12.4%), Whey Protein Isolate(Whey Protein Isolate(Milk),Emulsifier(Soy, Sunflower Lecithin)) (7%), Fructose (6%), Milk Protein Concentrate (6%), Calcium Caseinate(Milk) (5.5%), Medium Chain Triglyceride Powder(Medium Chain Triglycerides, Milk Protein, Glucose Syrup, Dipotassium phosphate, Tricalcium phosphate) (5%), Oatflour (4.7%), L Glutamine, Creatine Monohydrate, Flax Seed Powder (3%), Xanthan Gum, Multi Vitamin Powder(Magnesium, Vitamin C,Iron, Vitamin E, Niacin, Vitamin A, Zinc, Vitamin B6, Vitamin D3, Thiamine, Riboflavin,Iodine), Multienzyme complex. 100g serving = 402kcal, 28g protein, 6.2g fat, 50g carbs.

"True Mass 1200" by BSN: Complex Carbohydrate Blend (Maltodextrin, Whole Oat Flour), Protein Blend (Whey Protein Concentrate, Calcium Caseinate, Milk Protein Isolate, Micellar Casein, Egg Albumin, Hydrolyzed Whey Protein, Glutamine Peptides), Creamer (Sunflower Oil, Corn Syrup Solids, Sodium Caseinate, Mono & Diglycerides, Dipotassium Phosphate, 👉 Tricalcium Phosphate 👈, Soy Lecithin, Tocopherols), Cocoa (Processed With Alkali), Natural And Artificial Flavors, Polydextrose, Lecithin, Gum Blend (Cellulose Gum, Xanthan Gum, Guar Gum, Gum Arabic), MCT Powder (Medium Chain Triglycerides, Non-Fat Dry Milk, Disodium Phosphate, And Silicon Dioxide), Vanillin, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose.

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Day
43% Carb, 20% Protein, 37% Fat
% Daily Values*
Total Carbohydrate227g
Dietary Fiber 63g
Total Fat86g
Saturated Fat29g
Monounsaturated Fat23g
Polyunsaturated Fat14g
Omega-3 Fatty Acids5g
Omega-6 Fatty Acids17g
* Percent Daily Values are based on "⼒♂ Péng's bulking profile ⇑". You may use the Nutrient Calculator to personalise your own profile, then select it from the list on the Recipe Editor tab.
Nutrient Profile: ⼒♂ Péng's bulking profile ⇑Change

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