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MuscleTech revamps its long-running high-calorie mass gainer Mass-Tech

One of the longest-running supplements under the MuscleTech banner, alongside the likes of Nitro-Tech, the creatine Cell-Tech, fat burner Hydroxycut, and numerous other items, is the high-calorie mass gainer Mass-Tech. There have been many different versions of the product throughout the years, and even some spin-offs like Mass-Tech Extreme 2000, which true to its name, goes extremely high into the 2,000s for calories when served with skim milk.

MuscleTech has refreshed its flagship Mass-Tech this year, keeping the name simple and straightforward as just Mass-Tech, and it has remained true to the numerous variants we’ve seen in its history, packing plenty of muscle-building protein, a lot more carbohydrates and hefty calories. The protein per serving in the newly released Mass-Tech is 50g, an enormous 280g of carbs with 18g of that sugar, a low 6g of fat, and calories deep into four digits at 1,370.

The newest iteration of Mass-Tech sticks to classic sources, with the protein coming from a blend of whey concentrate, isolate, and hydrolysate, and the carbohydrates are provided by a two-piece blend of maltodextrin and isomaltulose. To round out the supplement, MuscleTech has added a full 5g of creatine monohydrate to the mass gainer for strength and power, and a host of vitamins and minerals to support general health and wellness, including the likes of vitamin C and zinc at 30mg and 6.3mg per serving.

MuscleTech is currently rolling out the latest version of its high-protein, potent-carbohydrate, and calorie-intense mass gainer Mass-Tech at the supermarket giant Walmart. With the super heavy serving in the supplement tipping the scales at 369g a piece, you get just five servings a tub, but you can scale that to half and still get an intense nutrition profile for ten servings. There are currently two flavors out there, both traditional in Chocolate and Vanilla.