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
I usually use standard multivitamins (every day) + protein drinks and amino acids on my workout day. This is enough to maintain balance. I also started taking the herbal sedative Blessed CBD (in the last couple of months). It helps to relax after a long day at work. I have looked at the antioxidant suggestions on iHerb but am not sure if this will have an effect. Has anyone tried it?
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.