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Creatine HCL

Creatine hydrochloride is a form of creatine with many claims about its improved absorption and overall efficacy compared to creatine monohydrate. However, these claims are based on speculation and have not been tested to verify their authenticity. At this moment, no evidence exists to suggest that creatine hydrochloride is more effective than creatine monohydrate. Source: […]

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a popular antioxidant and immune system booster. Its antioxidant properties, however, make it unsuitable for ingestion around a workout. Antioxidants can reduce oxidative stress that accumulates during exercise. Oxidative stress may act as a growth signal, so reducing the amount can impair gains. Take your Vitamin C dosage at least 4-hours away […]

GABA

GABA is a popular supplement many use to improve sleep and studies show that it may also boost growth hormone production! One side effect many have reported is weird dreams/nightmares so keep that in mind when you go to bed. It’s inconclusive if this will have any major effect on gains but it’s worth trying […]

Deer Antler Velvet

Deer antler velvet has long been purported as a potential anabolic supplement due to either IGF-1 or testosterone interactions. While these interactions have not been confirmed, some studies do show strength improvements in subjects taking deer antler velvet. Results are not conclusive, so try this supplement out and see if it works for you. Source: […]

D-Aspartic Acid

D-Aspartic Acid is a popular supplement that many believe can boost testosterone levels. This effect has only been seen in rats or during in vitro studies – human studies show no effect in younger populations. One study does show mild benefits for older men. As far as training gains go, some studies do show increased […]

Chromium Picolinate

Chromium has often been used to aid in body composition improvements by way of improved insulin sensitivity and carbohydrate metabolism. Insulin sensitivity and carbohydrate metabolism improvements have only been seen in rats and the vast majority of human studies show no significant effects of chromium supplementation on body composition. Chromium probably isn’t your best bet […]

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