While all the subjects gained weight, the average increase in the low protein group was the lowest - only 3.16 kilograms. The normal protein group marked an average increase of 6.05 kilograms, while the average weight gain of the high protein Intensacut Forskolin group was 6.51 percent. On the other hand, the average fat mass gain was more or less similar in all subjects (3.51 kg), which is a clear indication that the number of calories is responsible for the highest body fat. The study also showed that although the weight gain was lower in the low protein group, the subjects had stored 90% of the excess calories in a fat form, compared to 50% stored by the normal and high protein group . Another interesting result that emerges from the study is that the low protein group does not mark any muscle gain.