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Facilitate Your Goals through Supplementation

Diet is the most important component of fitness, but supplements can help give that extra boost and aid in expediting one's goals.​

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  • Multi-Vitamin: Most people do not consume enough vegetables and legumes, so a properly-dosed multi-vitamin is an excellent means of supplementation.

  • Post-Workout Whey Protein Isolate: A rapid-assimilating protein is needed to flood the muscles with amino acids for recovery in order to ensure muscle-protein synthesis, i.e. building muscle. Other protein sources do not absorb as quickly as a hydrolyzed whey protein isolate.

  • Post-Workout Glucose: This should be paired with a post-workout protein to replenish energy stores and greatly improve muscle-protein synthesis.

  • Sustained-Assimilating Protein: This protein supplement is a matrix of both fast- and slow-absorbing proteins and a great meal replacement for on-the-go.

  • Fish Oil: Most Westerners have diets low in fish, leading to an Omega-3 fatty acids deficiency. Omega-3 fatty acids lower blood pressure, reduce "bad" cholesterol (LDL) and increase "good" cholesterol (HDL). Fish oil also improves brain function and greatly reduces inflammation.

  • Creatine helps muscles draw water from the body, thereby increasing muscular strength and endurance.

  • BCAAs: Branched-chain amino acids keep the body in an anabolic state (muscle growth), versus catabolic (muscle breakdown). The 3 critical components to BCAAs are leucine, isoleucine and valine, which stimulate the body into anabolism. Drink these over the course of a day or when you cannot readily access a meal or protein shake.

  • Premium Greens & Superfoods: At least 3 servings of vegetables are recommended per day, which is time-consuming and not very palatable. This premium greens supplement includes botanical superfoods, organic grasses, digestive enzymes and probiotics. With just a couple scoops, you can hit your daily vegetable targets in just one glass of water.

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