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    Isopure protein

    I bought isopure powder and whey protein and I'm planning to take one for bulking and the other one for cutting down. The guy at the store said I should do the isopure for mass gains, says it has more calories. What do you think about this plan and how much do you think I'll game if I get a good workout program going

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    he is trying to help you but really protein powder is just protein powder. it won't cut you down or bulk you
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    All protein has 4 calories per gram. The salesman doesn't know what he's talking about.
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    bro if it have more calories then that just mean it got more sugar

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    Quote Originally Posted by BodyMonster34 View Post
    bro if it have more calories then that just mean it got more sugar
    Sugar also has 4 calories per gram. In order to have more calories it'd have to have added fat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveve View Post
    I bought isopure powder and whey protein and I'm planning to take one for bulking and the other one for cutting down. The guy at the store said I should do the isopure for mass gains, says it has more calories. What do you think about this plan and how much do you think I'll game if I get a good workout program going
    The type of protein doesn't matter to be fair as long as it's a high quality brand, I always mix whey and isopure together in a shake 50grams with peanut butter.
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    ironically they protein powder that has the highest calories might be the better one to cut with due to its low sugar content. sugar is usually hidden when you look at the label
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    There are too many variables and nobody can tell you what you'll gain..

    Shakes are fine but make sure you are getting enough whole foods

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    Know absolutely zero about you so impossible to give any kinda prediction….if you want to lose weight then cut your calories, gain weight add more….Personally I don’t like the protein shake thing, egg whites, tuna and chicken breasts for me….

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveve View Post
    I bought isopure powder and whey protein and I'm planning to take one for bulking and the other one for cutting down. The guy at the store said I should do the isopure for mass gains, says it has more calories. What do you think about this plan and how much do you think I'll game if I get a good workout program going
    Both can be used for either. Try eating more or less overall food

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