Cytogainer V.S MonsterMass

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    Aug 13, 2010 6:10 PM GMT
    Since no one ventures to the working threads...ill post this again here....

    ok i have been using Muscle Milk as the sole supplement for before and after workouts intake....however i have been researching new products from GNC and i found two that i believe would make me gain more muscle and definition...they are CytoGainer and MonsterMass...i want to know if any fellow realjockers are using these products and if they like the progress they got from using it...whats the pros and cons....of each?
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    Aug 13, 2010 11:41 PM GMT
    i LOVE cytogainer strawberry. i mix it with vanilla soymilk, banana, walnuts and ice cubes for great shakes. it works well too.
  • NerdLifter

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    Aug 14, 2010 1:21 AM GMT
    I tried to give Cytogainer a go, but it contain's Sucralose/Splenda; I just cannot stand the taste of the stuff in any product. Would much rather have raw sugar in lieu of it, of course that would make it only ideal to drink as a post-workout shake.

    And I'm fairly certain the safety of sucralose has already been vastly debated on RealJock. My prerogative is to avoid all artificial sweeteners if possible, which has become increasingly difficult as most supplements now contain them.
  • foxysteve

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    Aug 14, 2010 2:42 AM GMT
    Cytogainer is great, though it contains some creatine - if that's concern.
    MonsterMass is even better, L-glutamine added, no creatine.

    Always weight the cost vs. protein per serving.

    Steve Perkins, CNC
    The Cooking Buff
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    Aug 14, 2010 11:15 AM GMT
    The ONLY reason I started doing protein shakes and protein shots again is due to the high cost of eating the equivalent in food.
    If you have patience, a clean, healthy, well thought out diet will help you build muscle mass and definition. Supplements only speed up the process.
    And like another poster stated: Avoid artificial sweeteners.