Please consult your physician first (especially if you have a medical condition). Do not use if you are pregnant/lactating or under the age of 18. Remember that an adequate state of hydration must be maintained when using this product. Have at least 8 - 12 large glasses of water per day. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Taking more than the recommended dose will not improve results and may cause adverse reactions. For best results an appropriate weight gain eating plan and training programme should be followed. High intake of free-form amino acids may initially cause gastric discomfort in sensitive individuals - if this prolongs, reduce dosage or discontinue. Nutritional supplements should not replace a balanced, varied diet. Tolerance to lactose is variable - please seek advice as to the role of lactase in the diet.
Honestly the best Protein shake I've ever tasted. It contains the right amount of carbs:protein for my body type, and doesn't have the awful artificial taste of other Protein blends i've tried (and i'm talking about the crap you buy in Holland and barrett/Tesco for way over the price).
I get an upset stomach with cheaper protein blends, and I'm absolutely fine with this. Also have seen good results over the past 3 months, really seen an increase in muscle mass and 6-8kg weight increase. So far have tried Banana, Strawberry and Chocolate Deluxe. Wanted White Chocolate next, so hoping you'll have more stock of this again soon? Again, top notch supplements, will be back time and time again.
Even if you used Optimum’s Natural Whey protein (which is a mid-grade protein without the artificial sweetners) in place of Organic Warrior Whey you’d still be better off than using the Procomplex Gainer because of all the other whole foods in the shake. However, after doing my research and looking for a high quality, organic whey protein… I truly believe Warrior Whey is one of the best proteins on the market. Ori Hofmekler, the creator of this protein, even has the certifications to prove that they are grass fed cows and that the protein contains what they claim it does. Hope this helps with your decision!