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The truth about supplements

First thing first. Vitamins and supplements can't replace a balanced diet.

The role of supplements is to SUPPLEMENT your nutrition plan. Improve strength or endurance, increase exercise efficiency, achieve a performance goal more quickly, and increase tolerance for more intense training.

The following supplements are backed by scientific evidence and often asked about for improving fitness.

Creatine: Creatine is the most effective supplement for increasing muscle mass and strength. Is known as the most effective and safe muscle building supplement worldwide. Will most likely make you 5-20% stronger in the gym

BCAA: Is the most potent essential amino acid product. Helps support muscle recovery and growth. Improve recovery and hydration. Added electrolytes help you to stay hydrated and support recovery.

L-Carnitine: Supports energy metabolism and assists in fat breakdown of fat being used for energy. Recommended to reduce fat tissue, perform mental work and exercise recreationally. It also assists in muscle recovery after strenuous exercise and promotes optimal heart and brain function.

Glutamine: Glutamine is the most abundant non-essential free amino acid in your body. When you’re training hard, your muscles can lose up to 50% of their glutamine stores, so you need to replace them. Glutamine also helps support increased cell volume, glycogen replenishment, protein synthesis and plays a vital role in intestinal health.

Oxyshred: Is a powerful thermogenic fat burner that stimulates your body’s fat receptor cells and boosts your metabolism to promote an increased level of fat burning, along with curbing your appetite, limiting calorie absorption, boosting immunity and providing a natural boost of energy.

These supplements might help you get an extra 5-12% in terms of results. But your nutrition and training plan need to be spot on.

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