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The advanced Macrobolic Nutrition profile in Up Your MASS provides the precise 45/35/20 ratio of macro nutrients (carbohydrates, protein, fat) your body needs to create tremendous gains in muscle size and strength—without added fat! Whether you're a pro athlete who needs to pack on mass for an upcoming event, or a teenage "hardgainer" who has difficulty gaining weight, Up Your MASS can help you blast through goals previously unconquerable with traditional weight gainers. MHP's "Every Calorie Counts" credo is being proven by the many pro athletes who use Up Your MASS daily, including WWE® Superstar/Olympic Gold Medalist, Kurt Angle, and America's Three Strongest Men—Steve Kirit, Phil Pfister, and Mark Philippi.

Glycemix LGI™ - Carbohydrates are the primary source of energy and are of vital importance to exercise performance. However, high glycemic carbs like sugars (Dextrose, Sucrose) can have a negative impact on performance and body composition. Glycemix LGI is a unique agglomerate of low glycemic carbohydrates (barley, oats and oat fiber), that provides sustained energy, improved glycogen replenishment and stable blood sugar levels.

Probolic® - This dynamic sustained release protein matrix (Supro® soy protein isolate, whey concentrate, casein) provides a quick, medium and slow release of amino acids for both fast and long term nitrogen retention. The Probolic protein matrix supplies large amounts of Arginine, Branch Chain Amino Acids (BCAA's) and OVER 5 GRAMS of GLUTAMINE per serving critical for muscle building and recovery.

Lipid Complex - Essential Fatty Acids are extremely important nutrients for health and performance. In fact, the right sources of fats may help reduce inflammation, improve hormone functions and provide energy. EFA's slow down the digestion of carbohydrates and proteins, helping to stabilize insulin release and improve nitrogen retention. Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT's) provide a good source of energy and help preserve muscle glycogen. The Up Your MASS multi-functional Lipid Complex also contains CLA, which has been shown to increase muscle mass and decrease body fat.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Serving Size 4 scoop(s)
Servings Per Container 7

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As a dietary supplement to support massive muscle growth and recovery, use one serving (4 scoops) mixed with 16oz. of whole milk or water twice a day.

Distributed by: MHP Maximum Human Performance
Cedar Grove, NJ 07009
www.maxperformance.com
1.888.783.8844
Up Your Mass® is a registered trademark of Maximum Human Performance, Inc.
Supro® is a registered trademark of Solae, LLC.

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Research has shown that smoking and eating an unhealthy diet with an excess of saturated fat may increase a person's risk of colorectal cancer. The good news is that nutritional research suggests that the food and spices we eat may also help prevent cancer.

To investigate the effects of curcumin on the formation of precancerous rectal lesions, researchers assigned 41 people with precancerous lesions of the rectum (and who also currently smoked) to a group taking either 2 grams or 4 grams of curcumin a day for 30 days. Inflammatory blood markers and other measures were tested before and after the study.

Results showed as much as a 40% reduction in the formation of precancerous rectal lesions in people who took the 4 gram dose.

The authors of the study state that "curcumin was well tolerated at both 2 grams and 4 grams."

Choose healthy habits

Healthy habits, including eating a balanced diet are essential parts of a cancer-prevention program. Here are some tips to consider:

  • Maintain a healthy weight. One of the most important cancer prevention tips is to maintain a healthy weight, and if you are overweight, seek professional help on how to lose that weight. Excess weight is a burden to the body's systems and can lead to poor health and serious diseases such as cancer.
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