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Old 05-08-2012, 07:17 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by smalldon View Post
If I make a protein shake, how many scoops of the powder can I add? Can I double it up to get more protein and make me gain weight faster?
The action of actually doubling the protein serving, would not make you gain weight; however, if this double portion size is among the calorie content in which numerically causes you to be above your Mt-Line, then yes it can lead to weight gain--if you create a "dietary trend history of days" that are numerically consistent.
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