Best Bodybuilding Supplements To Take
There are literally hundreds of thousands of supplements on the market today – so how do you pick the ones that
will give you the best results? And which ones are really necessary?
This article will discuss the main supplements that should be in every bodybuilder’s stack and how to choose the
First, the supplements you buy depend on your specific goals. Do you want to gain muscle? Lose fat? Be healthier? Based on your answer, you can
eliminate certain products.
There are, however, three products that every bodybuilder should purchase, they are: a good quality protein
powder (if you can’t get enough protein through your diet), a multivitamin, and creatine.
Protein powders are helpful if, like mentioned above, you don’t get enough protein through your diet. They are
convenient and can be used while on the go or if you don’t have time to prepare a meal. When choosing a protein
powder, it is important to read the reviews of the product and make sure it will fit in well with your diet.
For example, a protein powder with large amounts of sugar or carbohydrates probably isn’t ideal for those
wanting to lose weight. Look at the nutritional information and how many grams of protein there are in every scoop.
This can help you decide on the protein powder that will give you the most bang for your buck.
Bodybuilders place a large amount of stress of their body, which is why its important to use a multivitamin and
provide your body with the nutrients it needs. A good multivitamin will
have quality ingredients and usually include: vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin B1,
B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, zinc, calcium, chromium, potassium, and magnesium. Multivitamins are great for health and
longevity if you find the right one. Do your research and don’t just base your purchase on the price.
Creatine is a supplement that has taken a lot of bad press in the last decade. The main thing to remember about
creatine is that it is not a illegal, performance enhancing drug. and it does not have adverse health effects.
In fact, creatine is produced naturally in our body and increases phosphocreatine in the muscles. This
increases adenosine triphosphate (ATP) which is used by the muscle for energy. Increasing phosphocreatine in the
muscle can lead to strength and muscle gains. When choosing a creatine source, opt for creatine monohydrate, as
this has been shown to be the most effective form of creatine.
Other supplements, such as weight gainers, fat burners, pre-workout stimulants, and BCAA’s can be added to your
stack as you see necessary and depending on your goals. Remember, whole foods will always be better in terms of
getting your body the vitamins and macronutrients it needs. Supplements are not always necessary and are meant to
be just that - a supplement to your diet. Stick with the three supplements above before trying others, this will
ensure you are not wasting valuable time and money!
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