Post your daily supplements and rate others.
1200 mg Fish Oil
1000 mg Flaxseed Oil
1000 mg Psyllium Husk
1000 IU Vitamin E
2000 IU Vitamin D3
1000 mcg Vitamin B12
500 mg Calcium
300 mg St. Johns Wort
>Fish/flax/borage oil supplement for omega 3, 6, and 9. I forget the dosage.
Been debating going back on L-Arginine, that shit gave me an erection hard enough to plank with. But god damn taking it 3 times per day was a pain in the ass.
None of that shit will help and anything that will can be absorbed from a regular healthy diet
Stop being an idiot and believing everything you read on buzzfeed articles. Fish oil is a fucking meme.
>There has been a substantial amount of research on supplements of omega-3s, particularly those found in seafood and fish oil, and heart disease. The findings of individual studies have been inconsistent. In 2012, two combined analyses of the results of these studies did not find convincing evidence these omega-3s protect against heart disease.
Depends on why you are taking them. If your diet is shit its not a bad idea. Can also be useful for very hard phases of training.
I personally wouldn't waste my money unless you are a serious athlete in a hard phase of training. Otherwise stop being such a fatty and get your diet in check.
The big nosed money vacuum gods of selling barely-if-at-all-useful pill shaped products have witnessed you anon.
I take tdee-500 cals + creatine + multi with occasional iron supplements as I've been known to get iron deficient. Even I know that the multi and iron is a shill but eh
>150,000 IU Vitamin D monthly
>200mg/100mg/100mg L-Theanine/Caffeine/NALT every few hours
Wish I could take omega-3s but I spend too much money on supplements as it is.
Source? I've heard that many phytoestrogens actually block uptake of actual estrogens but don't themselves trigger estrogenic activity, thereby increasing test levels despite 'high estrogen levels' being in the food
Loading isn't a meme, you dipshit. If you can reach max creatine phosphate saturation in a few days by loading instead of having to wait almost an entire month, why wouldn't you?