PhysiQ Pudding

Mass Gainer for Women
(3 customer reviews)

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Benefits :

A mix of Protein, Vitamins, Minerals, L-Taurine and Creatine Monohydrate in this product:

  • Supports Muscle Well-Growth 1
  • Contributes to Enhanced Appetite 2
  • Aids in Muscle Recovery 3
  • Helps in reducing Exercise-Related Fatigue. 4
  • Promotes Strength and Endurance 5
  • Contains Essential Nutrients 6
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About The Product

Hi ladies, here’s your one-stop solution for reaching your body goals! Rasha’s PhysiQ Pudding maximizes the effect of your exercises, while taking care of post-workout fatigue. Moreover, this potent formulation with essential Vitamins, Minerals, Protein and Fat optimizes muscle growth and strength and improves your appetite.

Is this meant for me?

PhysiQ Pudding is a calorie-dense nutritional product with Protein, Carbohydrates, Minerals, Vitamins, Fats, and other components which are designed to increase the body’s calorie intake for the purpose of promoting muscle growth. Rasha’s PhysiQ Pudding is a perfect fit for all women who dream of a lean and toned body as it helps you build muscle mass, boosts your strength and endurance, and makes your workouts more effective and power-packed.

Recommended Use 

Empty 1 sachet of PhysiQ Pudding into 100 ml of water or milk and eat it twice daily before your workouts or as directed by your healthcare professional.

This product is a health supplement and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Product Features

Product Features

Scientifically proven ingredients

Scientifically-proven ingredients

Non GMO

Non-GMO

USFDA

Manufactured in a USFDA-approved facility

FSSAI approved

FSSAI approved

GMP certified

GMP-certified

ISO certified

ISO-certified

Convenient Sachets

Convenient sachets

GMP certified

GMP-certified

ISO certified

ISO-certified

Convenient Sachets

Convenient sachets

Ingredients

Ingredients

FAQs

FAQs

PhysiQ Pudding has numerous benefits:

A mix of Protein, Vitamins, Minerals, L-Taurine and Creatine Monohydrate in this product:

  • Supports Muscle Well-Growth
  • Contributes to Enhanced Appetite
  • Aids in Muscle Recovery
  • Helps in reducing Exercise-Related Fatigue.
  • Promotes Strength and Endurance
  • Contains Essential Nutrients

Are you trying to gain muscles and increase your lean body mass? Then our calorie-dense PhysiQ Pudding is the perfect choice for you. Full of essential Nutrients, Vitamins and Minerals, it boosts muscle growth, increases your appetite and improves your strength and endurance.

Empty 1 sachet of PhysiQ Pudding into 100 ml of water or milk and eat it twice daily before your workouts or as directed by your healthcare professional.

If you are pregnant, lactating, taking any medications or suffering from a medical condition, consult a healthcare professional before using this product.

There are 15 servings in each pack which you can take 2 times in a day.

References

References

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3 reviews for PhysiQ Pudding

  1. Darshana

    I’ve tried many weight gain supplements, but this one is my favorite. The PhysiQ Pudding tastes amazing, and it’s helped me gain weight in a healthy way.

  2. Vidushi Bhalerao

    This product has made it so much easier for me to hit my daily calorie goals. The PhysiQ Pudding is filling and nutritious.

  3. Bhavna Parmar

    I recommend this product to anyone struggling to gain weight. The PhysiQ Pudding is the perfect way to add calories and protein to your diet.

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