Gold Nutrition Supreme Gainers Review
This time, let's analyze Gold Nutrition's gainer, Supreme Gainers, and find out whether or not it is a good supplement.
Like any product in this category, the objective is always to increase weight and muscle mass, and it is the type of supplement most used by extremely thin people who want to quickly increase their weight.
We have already analyzed another product from this brand, the Total Whey, which is a reasonable Whey supplement, and now let's find out which category Supreme Gainers falls into.
The description of Supreme Gainers on the Gold Nutrition website is as follows.
Supreme Gainers GoldNutrition is a formula specifically designed to increase muscle volume. They contain proteins of high biological value (fast-absorbing proteins - whey, and slow-absorbing proteins - caseins), a series of easily absorbed carbohydrates and a low fat content per dose, this formula has also been fortified with vitamins and minerals .
Furthermore, it highlights the 67g of protein, more than 200g of carbohydrates and 1100 calories per serving.
Let's take a look at the nutritional table in the Vanilla flavor.
You find the official label here.
Supreme Gainers from Gold Nutrition, as you can see from the table, is made up of 67% of carbohydrates, which is reminiscent of Jumbo from Scitec Nutrition.
It is not only reminiscent of Jumbo in terms of carbohydrates, but also in protein content, as they are very similar, and the Gold Nutrition supplement has 21% of proteins.
Fats represent only 2,46% of the supplement, and therefore, there is not much to comment.
So is this good or bad?
There are too many carbohydrates and not enough proteins.
In other words, this supplement leaves something to be desired on a nutritional level.
The protein source with the greatest presence in Supreme Gainers is the famous whey.
After Whey comes Skimmed Milk, which is composed above all of Casein and also some Whey, followed by isolated soy protein, and finally, some calcium caseinate (Casein).
Milk proteins? Whey and Casein? They are of quality and good sources of protein.
As for soy protein, not really. There are better choices and Gold Nutrition knows it. Maybe that's why they didn't mention it in the product description.
In addition to the protein content not being the best, part of this protein is also not the best.
Note. For each dose, which contains 67g of protein, only 13.9g are BCAAs, which compared to a typical Whey Concentrate, which varies between 16g and 18g for every 25g of protein, is extremely low.
Supreme Gainers uses several sources of carbohydrates, the main one being Maltodextrin.
Maltodextrin is a great carbohydrate to use after intense training, just.
Then we have to supply carbohydrates to this formula, skimmed milk, fructose and rice starch.
Of these three, the least bad is rice starch, but it is also the one with the least presence.
It is not the best formula when it comes to carbohydrate sources.
Gold Nutrition added some vitamins and minerals to this product, in good quantities, which is positive.
In addition to vitamins and minerals, this supplement also contains MCTs, which are fats with some interesting properties, although the dose is not specified.
The price used to carry out the analysis was that charged by the Prozis store.
|Cost per dose||4.37?|
|Half dose cost||2.18?|
Supreme Gainers is available in 3kg format, which provides 9 doses.
Yes, each bucket only contains 9 doses.
The cost per dose is 4.37?, that is, if you decide to use an entire dose in a single shake, that shake will cost you 4.37?.
If you choose to use only half a dose, which already provides a good dose of nutrients, each shake will cost you around 2.18€.
If you are looking for the best quality/price ratio, this supplement clearly does not fit into your plans.
Where to buy?
You can find Supreme Gainers available here and you can also use the code GVIRTUAL to get you 10% discount.
How and when to take Supreme Gainers?
Like most supplements of this type, especially the lower range ones, the time of day you should take it is after training, or before and after training.
A good strategy would be to use half a dose before training and half a dose after training.
Gold Nutrition's Supreme Gainers is a weak supplement.
The protein content is low, and the protein sources used could be better.
Furthermore, there are a lot of carbohydrates, the ingredients leave something to be desired and the price doesn't help either.
As in the case of Serious Mass, you will probably gain weight, but it may not be quite the kind of weight you are looking for.