Ultimate Nutrition Muscle Juice Review
What You Should Know
Ultimate Nutrition Muscle Juice has nothing to do with muscle and everything to do with gaining weight. Bodybuilders take weight gainers to prevent weight loss during intense exercise. Sometimes, bodybuilders burn 10,000 calories or more during the bulking phase of bodybuilding. There is no way to consume enough food, especially lean protein, to maintain weight or gain weight and muscle with such a high calorie burn. Muscle Juice contains nearly 1,000 calories per serving with 55 grams of lean protein.
Dieters should not take Ultimate Nutrition Muscle Juice. The supplement will cause weight gain and it contains more protein than the average dieter needs. Weight gainers are reserved for bodybuilders and people trying to gain weight fast.
List of Ingredients
Protein blend (whey protein concentrate, premium whey protein isolate, calcium caseinate, egg white albumin), maltodextrin, crystalline fructose, cocoa, medium chain triglycerides, soy lecithin and natural and artificial flavors.
Do you want to gain muscle, prevent weight loss and pack on the pounds for that next bodybuilding competition? Ultimate Nutrition Muscle Juice is designed for just that purpose. Weight gainers are used during the muscle bulking phase of bodybuilding. Extensive workouts lasting hours at a time burn lots of calories. The muscle may start to break down and this is the last thing bodybuilders want to happen. Muscle Juice supplies everything the body needs to prevent muscle break down. What is also supplies is a lot of calories.
The average dieter needs to consume between 1,200 and 1,800 calories per day. Ultimate Nutrition Muscle Juice contains 1,000 calories per serving. The bodybuilder usually takes about three servings per day. That is an extra 3,000 calories. Additional servings can be taken to increase total caloric intake as needed. Some weight gainers suggest taking 10,000 calorie or more per day to prevent muscle breakdown.
The ingredient list contains nothing spectacular. There are various forms of protein and carbohydrates. Carbohydrates transport protein to muscle fibers. Thrown in some flavors and you have Ultimate Nutrition Muscle Juice.
- Contains all the ingredients the bodybuilder needs to promote muscle growth.
- Will help stop muscle fibers from breaking down during intense exercise.
- Will cause weight gain when taken with a high calorie diet – good for bodybuilders.
- Will cause weight gain – bad for dieters.
- Does not contain vitamins and nutrients present in food.
- Will not increase metabolism.
- May cause an imbalance in carbohydrates and hunger.
- Not safe for diabetics.
Ultimate Nutrition Muscle Juice is a gainer. Gainers have no place in the dieting world, but they are quite necessary for bodybuilders trying to gain muscle mass. There is no evidence that taking in 10,000 extra calories a day will promote muscle mass, but those extra calories will prevent weight loss. During times of extreme exercise, the body will deplete carbohydrate stores and attack muscle fibers. This is what a gainer prevents from happening.