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BodyTech makes a leaner premium alternative to its high-calorie gainer and it’s amplified by Velositol

Bodytech Prime Gainz

The Vitamin Shoppe’s house brand BodyTech has a new gainer on the market this month, separate from its premier competitor in the high-calorie space with Prime Mass. The latest innovation from the team is Prime Gainz, a lean gainer, much leaner than the profile found in Prime Mass, with 55g of protein, 225 to 228g of carbohydrates, and around 1,200 calories. Prime Gainz is much lighter than that, with a similarly high amount of protein, and it has a more advanced set of ingredients providing everything.

BodyTech and The Vitamin Shoppe’s Prime Gainz packs a solid 45g of protein per serving from a blend of whey concentrate and isolate, milk isolate, and micellar casein. The carbohydrates are far from the 228g in Prime Mass at 89g, with 6g of that sugar, and the sources behind that being maltodextrin, pea starch, and the premium ModCarb blend. You then have a fats blend made up of MCTs, flaxseed, chia seed, and avocado oil, adding 12g of fat to each serving of Prime Gainz, ending on a calorie count of 600.

Bodytech Prime Gainz Label

The newly released Prime Gainz from The Vitamin Shoppe and its brand BodyTech have really pieced together a premium competitor in the mass gainer market, especially next to the nutritionally dense and high-calorie Prime Mass. To top it off, you get more out of the protein in this one, not because of the variety of sources next to the lone whey concentrate in Prime Mass, but because BodyTech has included a full 2g dose of Velositol to amplify muscle protein synthesis and double the power of your protein.

If you’re a regular shopper at The Vitamin Shoppe and regularly use BodyTech, be on the lookout for Prime Gainz, especially if you’re in the market for a more advanced gainer and like the balance of the lean gainer’s nutrition profile. The Velositol is truly a cherry on top, although the more premium approach in this, compared to the previously released Prime Mass, does result in a high price but is cheaper per serving, as again, it is a leaner supplement and costs $69.99 for a tub of 16 servings from Vitamin Shoppe.