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    drinking a gallon of milk a day?
    Expense and it wouldn't be healthy for my body type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilboy7778 View Post
    drinking a gallon of milk a day?
    Expense and it wouldn't be healthy for my body type.
    How did this post get to the top of the topic?

    I don't quite know how you're figuring a gallon of milk a day not being healthy for your body type. I managed just fine with it.

    But, if 5 scoops gets you 2500 calories, and you want 1000, wouldn't simple math say you want 2 scoops then?
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    A gallon of milk a day is wayyy too expensive, also it would be way too hard to consume that much (for me atleast)
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilboy7778 View Post
    A gallon of milk a day is wayyy too expensive, also it would be way too hard to consume that much (for me atleast)
    I was asking about the health issue you mentioned, not the cost. That said, a gallon of milk is most likely cheaper than the Russian bear when you factor in costs per calorie.

    And yea, it's hard to consume, but that's kinda the point when you're putting on weight.
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    wow sorry I didn't know I made two threads or something? Idk sorry I commented twice.
    Yeah I tried simple math I just would want to make sure that it was all good.
    What I'm doing right now is having 1 cup of milk and 1/4 of the powder but idk if that will get me anywhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilboy7778 View Post
    wow sorry I didn't know I made two threads or something? Idk sorry I commented twice.
    Yeah I tried simple math I just would want to make sure that it was all good.
    What I'm doing right now is having 1 cup of milk and 1/4 of the powder but idk if that will get me anywhere
    How many calories are you trying to consume to gain weight?

    If you are getting that many, then it will get you somewhere. If not, then it won't.

    I think you're either overthinking or underthinking this.
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    Russian Bear 5000 help

    So for Russian Bear they say to use 5 scoops for a gallon (are they serious?!).
    How much of the protein powder should I use if I just want a cup?
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    What? When you say protein powder, are you referring to the weight gainer, or a second supplement that you have not mentioned? A cup of what? A gallon of what?
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    Oh very true I forgot to add a lot let me try again
    Yes its a weight gainer, one of those 5000 calories per day thing. They say to put 5 scoops of it (I think a scoop is half a cup) into a gallon of milk (I use low fat). I can't do this for obvious reasons but would like to know how I could get 1,000 calories of this a day. The 5 scoops with water equal roughly 2,500 calories.
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    What are the obvious reasons you can't do this?
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