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Old 03-01-2011, 12:35 PM   #10
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To answer the OP's question. No one NEEDS a supplement, they are just there to 'supplement' a diet. They are sometime easier/more convienient that whole food all the time.

If your diet is good enought then i dont think you need them (except perhaps a mulit vitamin and whey after workout as it is digeted quicker. That being said you could just drink milk PWO too )

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