It is always important to read the ingredients of a supplement, this will helps you to choose between supplements and what is best for you.
It will also help you avoid falling for scam products.
The ingredients are listed in descending order. the most prevalent in the First and the least one in the last.
avoid consuming products that have simple sugars listed among the first few ingredients.
you should ingest a source of simple sugars, preferentially dextrose, maltodextrin, or waxymaize, along with whey protein
many of the simple sugars that should be avoided are
(Brown sugar, Corn sweetener, Dextrose, High-fructose corn syrup, Lactose, Molasses, Sucrose, Fructose, Glucose, Maltose)
consume one to two scoops of whey protein mixed with water First thing in the morning
By consuming a quick digesting protein, such as whey, you ensure your body remains in an anabolic, or muscle-building, state.
you may choose between whey concentrate, isolate, or hydrolysate.
Mixing the whey in water ensures the quickest possible digestion, as other liquids, such as milk, will slow the process down
Remember whey protein shake is the first meal of the day and you can call it the pre-breakfast meal.
Multivitamins can be very important to maintaining a balanced body.
The multivitamin should be consumed during breakfast. Even if you are consuming a wide variety of foods, from meats to vegetables.
omega 3 fatty acids
Studies provide pretty sound evidence that omega-3 supplementation is important if you want maximize your anabolic response to your resistance training. With omega-3’s already proven to be beneficial for a range of other organs (i.e. heart, eye, skin etc) supplementation really is a win-win for the average bodybuilder and strength training athlete