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Gold Standard Gainer, the new formula that combines carbohydrates and proteins
GOLD STANDARD GAINER Completes the Gold Standard family, the product line of the highest quality created, worldwide sales leader.
This excellent formulation is built on a base of whole milk proteins, from isolated sources. The mixture of carbohydrates that are included in the formulation includes oats, peas and potato and fats included are chia, flax and medium chain triglycerides. Obviously these are not the normal ingredients of a traditional formula in a weight gainer. Optimum Nutrition has gone one step further and developed this product to be mixed very easily and does not require a mixing vessel for dissolution.
Facts of Gold Standard Gainer:
- Proteins • GS Gainer provides 55 g of protein per serving, mainly from whey protein isolate, compared with other gainers that have multiprotein sources.
- Carbohydrates • GS Gainer contains a 'healthy' source of carbohydrates derived from oats, potato and pea, contributing to a more sustained release of energy in the body. Avoiding the accumulation of fat. It also contains maltodextrin.
- Fats • The fat in GS Gainer is MCT and chia seed • MCT are medium chain triglycerides that are found naturally in coconut oil and have a wide range of health benefits. • Flax and Chia seeds are full of omega 3 healthy fats, but are also high in fiber, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. These confer a wide range of health benefits.
Recommended use: Take a serving 203g with water, preferably after training.
Nutritional quality Optimum Nutrition
At ON we are proud to be one of the few sports nutrition companies that own and operate their own production facilities. While it is true that ON is one of the largest producers in the world of sports nutrition products, we remain focused on being recognized as the best. In fact, our raw materials requirements are so high, it is not uncommon that our quality technicians reject trucks full of raw materials that do not meet our high standards. We like to think we have so much pride and care in developing our supplements, as our consumers do with their physical development.