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BCAA is just another way for supplement companies to make money. remember: BCAA are amino acids which are the buidling blocks of protein so ALL whey protein shakes/supplements have some amount of BCAA in them already being that PROTEIN is made out of amino acids or BCAA so to answer your question... YES you can take BCAA with whey but why bother since BCAA ...


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Ok so just a few things since this is a very popular post and I believe it is important people know what they are doing. You could absolutely take creatine post workout because it would probably still work, however the pre workout benefits are much more significant since creatine gives you "extra energie" to perform your reps. Second thing, weight gainers ...


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If you're unfit, it is possible to gain muscle while losing body fat, but this gets harder the more fit you get. If you have a low intake of protein and if you replace something with the protein supplement (rather than just adding it to your diet), then it can be beneficial.


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There are two other places that you can go to check supplements and medications against what is and is not banned. The Global Drug Reference Online (Global DRO) gives guidance on pharmaceutical products, such as if they are banned either in our out of competition (IC and OOC respectively), and other information pertinent. For example, some medications are ...


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The Informed Sport website describes it's registration process, which can explain why a number of products are not registered. Essentially, the manufacturer has to actively seek them out. The major issue with the supplement market is that it is unregulated, and any voluntary regulation like this costs money. Unless the companies who are registered get a ...



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