4 Supplements For Better Growth


The 4 Most Useful Supplements On The Market Today

Supplements are a multibillion-dollar industry. Are all of these supplements available really that important for making headway in the gym? Well, we have picked out 4 supplements that show to have beneficial effects when hitting the gym and building muscle mass. So if you are unsure which supplements you should be using, then this may help you build a supplement plan for your diet.


Whey Protein

One of the basic components of building muscle is the availability of protein for the use in protein synthesis. Consumed before and after a workout to increase muscle growth and recovery. If you do not consume the sufficient amount of protein that your body needs then protein synthesis will not be at an optimal level, meaning your muscle growth will not be as high as it could be.



Branched-chained-amino-acids (BCAA’s) are three amino acids called: Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine. They are key amino acids used to stimulate protein synthesis, and are part of the essential amino acids, as they are three amino acids that your body cannot synthesize naturally within the body. The body uses BCAA’s to help muscle recovery and reduce muscle fatigue. BCAA’s increase the rate of protein synthesis and also reduce the rate of protein breakdown.



Creatine increases the body to produce energy rapidly. Using Creatine will allow the performer to train hard, longer, and more frequent. It can allow you to get that extra 4 or 5 reps in each set. Creatine helps to regenerate a molecule to ATP, which is your body’s main source of energy, especially during bouts of high-intensity anaerobic workouts. Creatine also works by pulling more water into the cells, increasing protein synthesis. It will also aid in reducing muscle fatigue due to this increase in water uptake within the muscle cells.



Glutamine is the most common amino acids in your body. It is a non-essential amino acid, meaning the body can synthesize it naturally. However as the body is put under greater stress from exercise, the body’s requirement for Glutamine will increase and therefore, must be obtained from the diet to meet the added demand. Glutamine helps protein metabolism and can minimize muscle breakdown (protein catabolism). It can also aid in Human Growth Hormone production which is utilized for fat metabolism and muscle growth. Your immune system also needs Glutamine, which is depleted after a workout. So it may help you to reduce the susceptibility of acquiring a negative immune response; such as a Common Cold.



  1. I have used whey, bcaa’s and creatine but never glutamine before. May give it a go. Has anyone here tried it?

    • I use them all. I don’t notice any real difference with the glutamine, but if it gives you that extra edge I’m not complaining.

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