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    Post Looking for supplements to help gain weight. I'm on a busy schedule.

    I'm in college full time, busy with homework, working, and I drive a far distance to school 5 days a week. Now that I'm back in school, I tend to lose weight because of lack of time to eat. I have to rush to school early with traffic, so I bring my breakfast along. I usually end up eating a salad for dinner with grilled chicken. During the afternoon, I use that time to get in the gym at school between classes, but can't always get a good lunch after. I'm looking for products that I can bring with me to class, or that are good for busy schedules. I only have Muscle Milk right now. Also, if anyone has any suggestions for healthy foods that I can keep in a cooler in my car that would be great too.
    Any good supplements to mix in a water bottle?


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    Honestly I’d just stick with your two meals just make them bigger. I never pack a lunch cause it’s a pain in the ass and I’m busy all day.
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    Originally Posted by sag12 View Post
    I'm in college full time, busy with homework, working, and I drive a far distance to school 5 days a week. Now that I'm back in school, I tend to lose weight because of lack of time to eat. I have to rush to school early with traffic, so I bring my breakfast along. I usually end up eating a salad for dinner with grilled chicken. During the afternoon, I use that time to get in the gym at school between classes, but can't always get a good lunch after. I'm looking for products that I can bring with me to class, or that are good for busy schedules. I only have Muscle Milk right now. Also, if anyone has any suggestions for healthy foods that I can keep in a cooler in my car that would be great too.
    Any good supplements to mix in a water bottle?


    Appreciate the help!
    you can take some protein bars or even granola bars to snack on.
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    The best advice is to cook ahead, so you don't have to worry about whether the food is there. Keep track of your protein levels; this is easy enough to do with protein bars. But check the amount of sugar in them, it's important.
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