Hard gainers and people looking to bulk, brace yourselves. Universal Nutrition is releasing a weight gainer very soon, and the name of the mass gainer is Animal Mass.

Universal Nutrition Animal Mass is going to come in a Cookies & Cream flavor, and each container will weigh just over 10lbs.

Since Animal Mass hasn’t been released yet, there isn’t a bunch of information available. However, I’ve got some good guesses.

What Might Be In Universal Nutrition Animal Mass

The big thing about mass and weight gainers is the fact that they provide a lot of calories, protein, and carbohydrates per serving.

Carbohydrates are the body’s source of fuel, and I wouldn’t be surprised if Animal Mass packed anywhere from 150 – 200 g of carbohydrates per serving, possibly even more.

Additionally, mass gainers are normally loaded with protein. Competing mass gainer supplements offer anywhere from 45-55 g of protein serving, like Optimum Nutrition Serious Mass, which provides 50 g. Universal Nutrition is an already successful supplement line, and I believe they will offer similar protein amounts per serving, if not slightly more –though, I can’t be sure.

Because there is a lot of protein per serving, companies that supply mass gainers usually formulated them with a blend of different protein forms, like whey concentrate, casein, and possibly whey protein isolate.

Keep checking back. This review will be updated with more information as it becomes available.