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Are you a hard gainer or someone who struggles to put on lean mass? If so, MassOne Mass gainer by Nutraone may be the supplement you’re looking for. One serving of this stuff is packed with 720 calories, 45 grams of protein, and a whopping 130 grams of carbs. Throughout the remainder of this MassOne Mass Gainer review, I will describe both the pros and cons of this product.
Ingredients and Nutrition Facts
Similar to most mass gainers, MassOne is a proprietary blend of several different proteins. It is primarily made of whey protein, but there is also some egg protein and casein. Below is the breakdown of all the ingredients in this product.
Whey protein isolate
Whey protein concentrate
Milk protein isolate
Whey protein hydrolysate
As you can tell, there are no unnecessary ingredients here. This is already a plus because a lot of mass gainers are packed with fillers and added sugars.
Now for the nutrition facts. One serving of MassOne Mass Gainer is equivalent to 3 scoops. There are roughly 17 servings in a tub, so about 41 scoops total.
Total fat: 2.5 grams
Saturated fat: 1.5 grams
Carbohydrates: 120 grams
Protein: 45 grams
Added sugar: 8 grams
Just by looking at the total fat content, you can tell this product is giving you the good stuff. A lot of mass gainers add additional calories by increasing the amount of fat in their product, but not Nutraone. Here, you’re getting a majority of the calories from carbs and protein, so adding stubborn belly fat is an afterthought.
The nutrition facts also prove that MassOne can be used as a standard protein supplement too. After doing some simple math, one scoop is about 240 calories and 15 grams of protein.
Massone Mass Gainer Review - All 3 Flavors
Massone Is offered in three different flavors, all of which are above average in taste. They have vanilla, gourmet chocolate, and peanut butter cup flavors.
Vanilla – Probably the most consistent flavor if you’re accustomed to vanilla whey protein. The taste is similar to many brands, and the powder mixes well. All of the flavors have the same texture which is a very fine, grainy powder.
Gourmet Chocolate – Not bad by any means, but not as good as the vanilla. This has a standard chocolate taste, but it is not sweet or creamy at all like the better chocolates. It mixes well and does its job.
Peanut-Butter Cup – Very well done by Nutraone. I’ve tried several peanut butter protein powders in the past, and this one hits the nail on the head. To me, this flavor stacks up with vanilla based on taste alone. Just like the other two flavors, this one mixes well and the texture is fine.
No matter which flavor of MassOne mass gainer you choose, you will likely be pleased. At the end of the day, all three flavors do their job and will definitely help you put on mass. If you have no preference for flavor, I recommend the Vanilla or Peanut Butter Cup flavor.
You can probably judge this mass gainer just by looking at the nutrition facts, but it’s always good to reiterate the key features.
Only 8 grams of sugar: Considering that a serving of Massone is 720 calories, 8 grams of sugar is quite low. A lot of this is in the form of fruit sugar (fructose), so it’s not like you’re consuming processed garbage.
It contains fast-acting and slow-acting proteins to promote maximum protein absorption and digestion over time. Whey protein isolate is an example of a fast-acting protein, while casein is considered slow-acting.
Made in the USA in a GMP-safe facility
Loaded with 720 calories and 45 grams of protein per scoop. This is sure to put on mass if taken on a regular basis.
Although this mass gainer does not have many flaws, there are still some comments to be made. Most notable are the mistakes that suppliers have made in shipping the wrong product.
Shipping Issues: As noted above, customers have sometimes received the wrong product from this brand. It has only happened one time, but they will gladly refund you for your correct purchase. I would not worry too much about this issue, but it’s something to be aware of.
Mixing Ability: Three scoops of this mass builder is equal to one serving, so that means you’re working with a lot of powder. Depending on how much water you use, it may be hard to mix this product thoroughly. The powder itself mixes very well, but you do need to use enough water. Worst case scenario, a blender will definitely make this mix smooth with minimal water.
Generally, you should only take mass gainer for one of three reasons:
You struggle to get enough protein from your diet alone.
It’s particularly hard for you to put on muscle mass despite training hard.
Your doctor or medical professional says you need to gain weight.
It’s a good idea to continue training while taking mass gainer. If you live a sedentary lifestyle, you can expect a lot of the additional weight to be fat instead of muscle. In my opinion, products like Massone are extremely effective if you’re a beginner looking to put on muscle.
Throughout this Massone mass gainer review, I briefly covered the pros and cons of this product by Nutraone. In addition to this, I also described each of the three flavors offered by the company. Overall, I recommend this product because it meets all the criteria necessary to be an effective choice.
Remember that you do not always have to take three scoops of Massone. You should evaluate your personal needs and then consume as much as you need. Just keep in mind that 1 scoop is equal to 240 calories and 15 grams of protein. From here, you can accurately decide on a serving size that benefits you. Lastly, increased protein intake will require more water intake, so make sure you stay hydrated!