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    Ok I used to incorporate two protein shakes a day into my meal plan. They would normally contain 2 cups of milk, two scoop ON whey, a banana, cup of oats. Very good nutritionally and great for meeting my macros when bulking.

    Now for some reason it seems I have become intollerant of milk which is a pain in the arse. Real bad gas and other symptoms. So I am going to have to run my shakes with water. But what can I add that will bring the calories back up and same sort of macros?

    Peanut butter?
    Flax Seed Oil?
    Olive Oil?

    Any ideas. Really miss my milk....

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    Olive oil. 1 tablespoon is about 120 calories (13.5g fat). Great for supporting testosterone production.

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    Cool thanks M11. So two tablespoons is 240 cals with some healthy fats. Just hope that amount of oil wont give me the squirts...will give it a go!

    Thanks mate

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