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Nitrobol Review

Since ordering Nitrobol seven weeks ago I have gained about 
20 pounds of straight muscle. I didn't think I could get 
to this bodyweight. For a long time I was stuck at 165 but 
today I am 186 and still growing. Everyone around me 
things I am on the juice but when I show them the
Nitrobol bottle they want to know more. 

Thanks for everything,

Lionel E. Pope II

For full details see Nitrobol Protein

     Fitness Tips For 11/9/2016

Do You Need to Use Protein Powders?

Advertisers would have you believe that you need protein powders to build up more muscle in your body but most nutritionists reveal that it is real food that works best in building up muscle. That is, your best growth will come from the dinner table and not some supplement. Nitrogen Nucleus Some protein powders are configured from a partial element of food (whey, egg albumin, etc.) but in nature the better package is the whole package. Partial elements typically don't lead to as powerful a nitrogen uptake as do whole foods. Your muscles need that positive nitrogen factor to grow strongly. Fat Issue For some protein powders there is also the fat issue. In order for protein to be fully utilized by the body, it needs dietary fat to accompany it. Yet many protein powders lack fat either in totality or only contain a minimum. That being said, there is some worth to supplements such as protein powders. Protein powders allow you to get a lot of protein without a lot of unwanted calories. That can be a big deal when you are really loading up on protein intake. Protein powders also allow you to get a product that contains more than protein. For instance, some manufactures may add testosterone boosters or recovery agents to go along with the protein and this can enhance the product's output. The Bottom Line Protein powders do have some good applications, but should not be viewed as a substitute for real food. Submit A Fitness Tip If you have a tip you'd like to share e-mail it to us
Do You Need to Use Protein Powders

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