Category Archive for "Supplements"

Building Muscle with a Vegetarian Diet and Supplements

People become vegetarians for many different reasons, and there are several different types of vegetarians. Although weight training has traditionally been associated with a high-protein, meat-centred diet, an increasing number of weightlifters and bodybuilders have adopted vegetarianism in one form…

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The Skinny Guy’s Guide To Glutamine

When was the last time you read an article discrediting the effects of glutamine? Maybe this will be your first one? Unfortunately, the majority of bodybuilding and muscle magazines still have this supplement on their “Top 5 Lists.” I am…

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Skinny Guy’s Guide To Creatine

What is creatine? How do I take creatine? What are the side effects of creatine? What is the best creatine? Unless you just arrived from another planet, you should know that when it comes to muscle building supplements, creatine is…

Horny Goat Weed Supplement Guide and Information

Horny Goat Weed may not sound serious, but in reality, it could provide a serious boost to those who need it. Horny Goat Weed is a traditional botanical used in China and Japan. This herb (which also goes by the…

Kre-Alkalyn Supplement Guide and Information

What is Kre-Alkalyn and where does it come from? Kre-Alkalyn is “buffered creatine” that does not convert into creatinine prior to reaching skeletal muscle tissue. Kre-Alkalyn is a nutritional supplement that comes in powder form. It is packaged in a…

Milk Thistle Supplement Guide and Information

What is Milk Thistle and where does Milk Thistle come from? Silybum marianum (Milk Thistle) is an herb that has been used for thousands of years. The herb is a tall, stocky, plant that grows fruit, and is native to…

Multivitamins Supplement Guide and Information

What is a Multivitamin? Multivitamin and mineral supplements are perhaps the most important single supplement that can be consumed by bodybuilders and athletes. Creatine and Whey Protein are also very important. For the human body to perform at its maximum…