Posted by: PFB
There is a lot of hype in the bodybuilding supplement industry. Some supplements are a complete waste of money, but there are also a few great products out there that can really help you - if you have the correct diet and training program in place.
The key word here is supplement. They supplement your existing diet and training program. If you are not training and eating correctly then they will not help you. You will be wasting your money! Supplements are not a substitute for proper nutrition and training.
The supplement that MANY use is a Meal Replacement Powder (MRP). Since it represents one meal, that's one less meal to worry about preparing. Also, MRP's help you reach your daily protein requirement by providing one of the best types of protein for muscle building - whey protein. In this respect, it is much better than meat or poultry; not to mention far more convenient. For more information go to https://www.trulyhuge.com/bio-engineered-protein.html
Many have had incredible results with creatine monohydrate. Many skeptics, however, question its effectiveness and safety. It is the number one selling sports nutrition supplement for amateur and pro athletes.
Creatine has been proven to increase strength and muscle endurance, which will enable us to lift heavier weights, and ultimately stimulate more muscle growth. It also has a "muscle-volumizing" effect which makes your muscles look larger and fuller (this is not the same as water retention). For more information go to https://www.trulyhuge.com/creatine.htm
In addition to the above supplements, many people also take 3 grams of vitamin C, and the amino acid L-Glutamine each day. The vitamin C aids in connective tissue repair, while the glutamine helped to strengthen my immune system, maintain cell hydration and protect against muscle breakdown.