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Universal UniSyn MRP2 Review by Matt C.
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REVIEW OF UNIVERSAL UNISYN MRP2
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Universal UniSyn MRP2 Review By Matt Canning
Since the first day that I started working out on November 18th 2000, I wanted to bulk up. While a variety of supplements such are intended to elicit an anabolic environment such as creatine, the fundamentals of bulking up are to train hard and ensure that you consume adequate calories and be conscious of your macronutrient intake and specifically, your protein intake, since muscle building is in part the result of the synthesis of protein. I have tried plenty of different protein and weight gain powders at this point and this time out I decided to try UniSyn MRP2 by Universal Nutrition. It is an advanced nutrient delivery technology which promises to provide nutritionally complete shakes. In this review I will discuss various attributes of UniSyn MRP2 and give you the word on its promise as being a high tech supplement for the aspiring bodybuilder or avid gym goer.
I liked the taste of UniSyn MRP2. To be as clear as possible in my review, I should point out how I consumed UniSyn MRP2. I mixed the powder in a blender and included a banana and oatmeal. I mixed it with whole milk. I enjoyed this shake and it was easy to drink. The way that I made it resulted in pretty thick shakes, but the ease in which I was able to drink it was what I appreciated the most. Sometimes it is very difficult to eat calories, so drinking them is an alternative and it makes it a lot easier to consume the requisite number of calories by way of shakes made either with protein, weight gain, or meal replacement powders. I did not drink UniSyn MRP2 in the traditional shake style mixed with whole milk or water, but based on the taste when I made it in a shake as I did, I'm pretty confident it would mix perfectly well in either. I would recommend pouring the milk or water into a tall glass or shaker bottle first and pour the powder in it next.
For simplicity and ease or reading, I will write out my shake recipe outlined above, in point form for your convenience:
- UniSyn MRP2 powder.
- Whole Milk.
I highly recommend mixing your protein powders in shakes like the one above if you are a fan of taste. Personally I don't care much about that aspect, providing the nutritional content is sound (as it is for UniSyn MRP2), but it definitely doesn't hurt to make nice tasting shakes. You can also make the shakes with fruit or yogurt if you wish - both would likely mix well, although UniSyn MRP2 comes in a strawberry flavour, and if you are going to use fruit or yogurt, I would say that would be the flavour to get in that case. The recipe above made the shake come out very thick and a little grainy, but you can also use more milk if you want a thinner shake (personally I prefer a thicker one).
I had no problem whatsoever digesting Universal UniSyn MRP2. It went down easy, and I don't know of anyone else who has used this product to voice a complaint regarding its digestibility.
Protein supplements, weight gain supplements, and meal replacement supplements are all great to me for one reason - convenience. I do not want to write any product reviews as vehicles to push supplements on you, but rather give you my honest opinions and endorsements should I like the products I am reviewing. The main thing to bear in mind when it comes to MRPs is whether or not you are willing to pay for the convenience - if you are, then UniSyn MRP2 will not disappoint you. It is nutritionally sound and will allow you to get your intake of protein and other nutrients necessary for success in muscle building.
Universal UniSyn MRP2 is a great MRP. I have no complaints about it and could go on with more praise, but I think my review detailed my likes about it fairly adequately. You can buy 2.5 pounds through the link below for $19.99, which is pretty good. If you are looking for a less expensive protein supplement, check out Higher Power's 100% Whey Power - that being said, while UniSyn MRP2 is not the cheapest protein supplement around, it is also definitely not the most expensive and pretty reasonably placed in relation to the competition. If you are interested in trying a good tasting MRP, UniSyn MRP2 may be for you.
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