Discussion in 'Sports, Health & Fitness' started by Madz, Feb 21, 2019.
Other than multivitamins, the only supplement I use is L-glutamine.
Helps with lactic acid!
I try to get most my supplements from foods, but if I really need I take whey or creatine
Pea protein - I try steer clear from Whey as it's a dairy product and my skin usually breaks out from too much dairy.
Creatine - I find it helps my recovery and I do feel a bit stronger in the gym.
Magnesium, Zinc, Omega 3, Vitamin C are the Vitamins I take each day.
Creatine is very good for lifting.
For normal health/longevity reasons (in no specific order): Vitamin D, Magnesium citrate, spermidine, glycine, metformin, glucosamine sulfate, ashwagandha for anxiety, vitamin K, Vitamin C, astaxanthin, olive leaf extract, and fish oil with EPA and DHA.
i only always use creatine. everything else is dependents - protein whey, aminos etc. (Not health advice)
pretty much only multivitamins. I'm trying to get most of my nutrients on meat/fruits/veggies
I have been taking some supplements for my joints and bones. I have been working out lately, so I think I need those. I have got some new ones from Canadian Pharmacy, and I hope they will help strengthen my body well
Pea Protein powder, Creatine, Multi-Vitamin, and Omega-3.
Hemp protein, Vitamin B and C
Just fixed diet
creatine, vitamin C & D.
I take a multivitamin every day, but for me one of the most important vitamins is the one provided by the sun
Just creatine and protein powder
Nothing, lots of fruits & vegetables
While I'm training, or in a healthy mood I usually take Whey Protein Powder (this usually comes with BCAA's), multivitamins, fish oil, sometimes Vitamin C and depending on the intensity of my workout, pre-workout drinks. I also used to take Creatine which I found to be effective but have cut this out of my supplement list due to the possible side effects.
I take vitamin C, D
multivitamins with omega-3