Which supplements do you take daily?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by LeanEngineer View Post
    Multi Vitamin
    Fish Oil
    Creatine Monohydrate

    These three are my staples that I take year round and of course whey protein daily when needed.
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  2. PES Select - Helps hit my daily protein, tastes great, and is a blend of fast and slow digesting protein
    IntraMax - creatine, betanine, and other ergogenics to help with recovery and performance/WPH for intra workout
    Vitamin C 500 mg 2x/day - General health
    Vitamin D - 5,000 IU - general health
    Gut Health - General health
    Zinc - general health
    magnesium - general Health
    Digestive Enzymes - General health
    Oximega - General Health
    Orange Triad - General Health
    Ashwagandha - stress relief
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  3. Creatine (mono of course)
    Whey Protein
    BCAAS
    NAC
    Milk Thistle
    Cranberry Extract
    Nettle Root
    Hawthorne Berry
    Saw Palmetto
    Cissus Quad
    Tribulus
    COQ-10

    Multi
    Bvitamins
    Vitamin D

    FISH OIL. ALWAYS FISH OIL.

    Creatine, Whey, and BCAAs are staples. As with the multi, vitamin D.

    The nac to coq10 is for general "on cycle" health(heart kidneys liver etc.)

  4. And vit c

  5. Lugol's Iodine
    Olive Leaf Extract
    Probiotics
    Vitamin D3
    Copper
    Selenium
    Fish Oil
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  6. Probiotic
    Fish Oil
    Vitamin D 5000IU
    KSM66
    Pre-bed: Vitamin B Complex / Melotonin

  7. Quote Originally Posted by mw1 View Post
    Creatine mono
    Creatine can cause stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, and muscle cramping. Creatine causes muscles to draw water from the rest of your body. You experienced, boss?

  8. Quote Originally Posted by john.patterson View Post
    I keep it simple:
    Fish oil - joint health and heart health
    Intramax - creatine, betaine, taurine, glutamine, hydromax - all solid staples if your goal is strength, size, and performance
    preworkout of choice - mainly for stims and focus (typically using Hypermax or PES Prolific)
    That's a good one!

  9. Quote Originally Posted by delsolrob View Post
    Cissus
    Orange Triad + greens
    Invictus
    'll try them.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by bigsmall View Post
    Probiotic
    They help keep your gut healthy. I tried.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by TommyTuffGuy View Post
    Lugol's Iodine
    Olive Leaf Extract
    Probiotics
    Vitamin D3
    Copper
    Selenium
    Fish Oil
    Helpful one!

  12. Fish Oil
    Multi vitamin
    Symbiont GI + Bromelien + Lactobacillis Gasseri
    Swanson Prebiotic
    Kingsguard
    Joint supplement (currently Genoflex + Swanson additions)
    Magnesium
    Black coffee
    Tacos/BBQ/Pupusas
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by Derek Wilson View Post
    Creatine can cause stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, and muscle cramping. Creatine causes muscles to draw water from the rest of your body. You experienced, boss?
    Drink more water and the hydration isn't an issue. Intracellular water retention from creatine supplementation can be viewed as a good thing in regards to performance assuming adequate hydration. You can also minimize stomach upset by skipping the loading phase, which isn't necessary, and not taking more than 3-5g, as this dose is sufficient to achieve saturation after a little while.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by TommyTuffGuy View Post
    Olive Leaf Extract
    Highly underrated. Potential benefits such as BP, cholesterol and GDA action. Along with fat loss due to potential impact on thyroid

  15. In the morning:
    Multivitamin, TTA, NAC, Reg1n, Glycine, Taurine, Alpha Max,Assas1nate, 40 gram of Whey and Casein protein.

    Pre workout:
    Creatine, EAA, Alpha Yohimbine, L- Citurline
    Glycerol, Alpha Max.

    Pre bed:
    Taurine,Glycine, TTA.

    +Some protien shakes and instant oats during day.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post
    Highly underrated. Potential benefits such as BP, cholesterol and GDA action. Along with fat loss due to potential impact on thyroid
    I've been taking Olive Leaf Extract for over 10 years straight. Maybe even 12.

    I'm almost 38 and look 25. Not saying that has anything to do with it but....

  17. Quote Originally Posted by muscleupcrohn View Post
    Drink more water and the hydration isn't an issue. Intracellular water retention from creatine supplementation can be viewed as a good thing in regards to performance assuming adequate hydration. You can also minimize stomach upset by skipping the loading phase, which isn't necessary, and not taking more than 3-5g, as this dose is sufficient to achieve saturation after a little while.
    Yeah, I should

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Woody View Post
    Fish Oil
    Multi vitamin
    Symbiont GI + Bromelien + Lactobacillis Gasseri
    Swanson Prebiotic
    Kingsguard
    Joint supplement (currently Genoflex + Swanson additions)
    Magnesium
    Black coffee
    Tacos/BBQ/Pupusas
    All are important!

  19. Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post
    Highly underrated. Potential benefits such as BP, cholesterol and GDA action. Along with fat loss due to potential impact on thyroid
    Good one to follow

  20. Quote Originally Posted by niklasericson View Post
    In the morning:
    Multivitamin, TTA, NAC, Reg1n, Glycine, Taurine, Alpha Max,Assas1nate, 40 gram of Whey and Casein protein.

    Pre workout:
    Creatine, EAA, Alpha Yohimbine, L- Citurline
    Glycerol, Alpha Max.

    Pre bed:
    Taurine,Glycine, TTA.

    +Some protien shakes and instant oats during day.
    Good routine!

  21. Quote Originally Posted by TommyTuffGuy View Post
    I've been taking Olive Leaf Extract for over 10 years straight. Maybe even 12.

    I'm almost 38 and look 25. Not saying that has anything to do with it but....
    Since Olive leaf extract has been found to naturally kill many virus types, would there be a good chance that it would the new Zika virus as well?

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  23. Quote Originally Posted by niklasericson View Post
    In the morning:
    Multivitamin, TTA, NAC, Reg1n, Glycine, Taurine, Alpha Max,Assas1nate, 40 gram of Whey and Casein protein.

    Pre workout:
    Creatine, EAA, Alpha Yohimbine, L- Citurline
    Glycerol, Alpha Max.

    Pre bed:
    Taurine,Glycine, TTA.

    +Some protien shakes and instant oats during day.
    Why glycine in the morning?
    Also, Re1gn in the morning button preworkout?

  24. TTA pre bed?

  25. Quote Originally Posted by Bintherduntht View Post
    Creatine (mono of course)
    Whey Protein
    BCAAS
    NAC
    Milk Thistle
    Cranberry Extract
    Nettle Root
    Hawthorne Berry
    Saw Palmetto
    Cissus Quad
    Tribulus
    COQ-10

    Multi
    Bvitamins
    Vitamin D

    FISH OIL. ALWAYS FISH OIL.

    Creatine, Whey, and BCAAs are staples. As with the multi, vitamin D.

    The nac to coq10 is for general "on cycle" health(heart kidneys liver etc.)
    Isn't Nettle pretty well known for its DHT blocking properties or am I wrong on that?
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