The Oily Fruit Juice Trick for Fast Weight Gain!

Here’s a quick tip for you skinny guys who are struggling to pack on the pounds. Use the oily fruit juice trick for a massive calorie hit.
Here’s how it works: One liter of fruit juice contains roughly 450 calories, and adding fruit juice to your daily diet can in itself help you gain weight faster. Fruit juice is really not at all a bad weight gain food – as lots of obese people who drink a lot of fruit juice have discovered for themselves. But when you add some oil to the juice, it becomes really effective as a weight gain tool.

Just consider this: One gram of fruit juice provides about 0,45 calories. One gram of oil gets you a whopping nine calories. So what do you do? You drink one liter of fruit juice a day in addition to what you’re already eating. That gets you 450 calories. Now add just 50 grams (three to four tablespoons) of healthy plant oils to that liter of fruit juice, and the calorie count is doubled! We’re talking nine hundred calories here, which should be enough for even the skinniest guys to start adding weight, provided they’re already eating a quality, calorie sufficient diet.

What kinds of oils should you use? I would recommend that you go with a blend of things. Udo’s Choice is good, but pretty expensive, so mix that with flax seed oil and maybe a little extra virgin olive oil. The reason I do not want you to use a lot of olive oil is because most guys trying to gain weight are already getting way too much omega 6 fatty acids, and not enough omega 3 acids. That imbalance is a decidedly unhealthy one, and it could potentially get in the way of your muscle building efforts. Adding olive oil makes that imbalance even worse. Personally, I’d say go with 50% Udo’s Choice and 50% flax seed oil, as even Udo’s Choice could have more omega 3 fatty acids in my opinion – and flax seed oil has plenty of them. Make sure your oils have not been heated in any way – these types of plant oils become decidedly unhealthy once they’re exposed to high eat.

Will it taste horrible? No. I add these oils to fruit juices a lot myself, and don’t mind the taste at all. It’s definitely something you will notice, but it’s not bad. Having a glass of oil fortified fruit juice here and there throughout the day will be easy, and won’t kill your appetite.

You can also add oils to other foods. A client of mine used the oily fruit juice trick along with a daily oil fortified Mutant Mass weight gain drink over the course of november, december and january, and it was a definite success for him. Recommended! Don’t overdo this, though, as these healthy oils are only healthy until you overdose on them – like anything! Do also discuss radical dietary changes such as this one with your doctor before starting.

PVL Mutant Pro Bars Review

Most protein bars are decidedly simple concoctions: make a chocolate bar, add some kind of protein – usually in the form of a vry simple milk derivative like a whey protein – and voilĂ : you have transformed that candy bar into a nutritional supplement (or, at least, that’s what most manufacturers would have us believe – I’m not sure I always agree with that). True to form (check out our review of their high tech weight gain supplement Mutant Mass), Canadian sports supplement manufacturer PVL has done something quite different: Their Mutant Pro protein bars do not come with one source of protein, they come with ten.

These bars weigh in at 70 grams each, providing 25 grams of protein. That’s a pretty good score. And what’s the advantage of using ten different types of protein? Two words: time release. If your protein bar – like most – come with only whey protein – a so called fast release protein, you’re going to get a quick hit of amino acids in your blood stream, with the supply of these muscle building nutrients dying out fairly quickly. Combining several types of protein, on the other hand, makes for a more sustained supply of amino acids to the muscle tissue. Now, isn’t that something you’d want in a protein bar? I mean, these types of products are what we mostly use while on the go, right? So if you’re out and about and reach for a protein bar because in between meals, isn’t it an advantage if that protein bar delivers a more sustained flow of nutrients? I personally think so. If, on the other hand, you’re having a protein bar right after a workout and want a quick hit of amino acids, a pure whey protein bar may be your best bet. I do think, however, that putting together a time release protein blend like the one in the Mutant Pro bar is a great idea considering how most of us tend to use these types of products.

As far as taste goes, this is a pretty good tasting protein bar. PVL has called the flavor “Double Decadent Chocolate” and wow, did they ever hit the nail on the head. That name describes the rich taste of this bar perfectly. In fact, this is such a rich tasting bar that I could not imagine having two of them at a time, which, say, I easily could with the lighter tasting caramel flavored Nanox Isolox protein bars. Being “restricted” to just having one at a time is probably a good thing for me, though, as I’m a bit of a chocolate addict. There’s also a little crunch in these bars, which I like.

Mutant Pro Bars Ingredients and Nutritional Profile:

Mutant Pro Extreme Multi-Staged Protein Ingredients: Mutant Pro Protein Blend [3 Cold Pressed Whey Protein Concentrates, Micellar Casein, Milk Protein Concentrate, Calcium Caseinate, Egg White Albumen Protein, Cross Flow Micro-Filtered Whey Protein Isolate, Milk Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Hydrolysate], Coating (Sugar, Fractionated Palm Kernel Oil, Cocoa, Nonfat Milk Powder, Soy Lecithin, Natural Flavor), Soy Protein Isolate, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Soy Crisps (Soy Protein Isolate, Rice Flour, Cocoa), Glycerine, Canola Oil, Fructo-Oligosaccharide (natural extract of chicory), Natural Flavour, Cocoa, Soy Lecithin, Guar Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate.

Each 70 gram bar will provide:

Total Calories: 260
Protein: 25g
Total Carbohydrates: 28g
-Sugars: 9g
-Dietary Fibre: 2g
Fat: 7g
-Saturates: 3g
-Trans Fat: 0g
Cholesterol: 5mg
Sodium: 110mg

I think those values are pretty good – there’s a tad less fat than in many competing products, and less carbohydrates as well, although this is far from a low carb product if you’re looking for that. The bar also contains no trans fat – which means that I might buy it again. Boycott nutritional supplements containing trans fatty acids, people!

The price is okay – I suggest looking around online for a good deal, as I’ve seen some worthwhile discounts on these.

All in all, I think the Mutant Pro bar is another home run from PVL – a quality product which taste does not disappoint. An ideal product to keep in your pockets when you’re out and about and need a quick snack!

And once again: this is an unsolicited review that we have not been paid for. We do not sell these bars either (we don’t sell any kind of supplements – we just review them for our readers). Just so you know.