Best Sports Supplements for Beginners - Dr. James Geiselman
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Best Sports Supplements for Beginners

Best Sports Supplements for Beginners

By: Staff Writer

Athletes and bodybuilders have been using sports supplements for decades. These products aid in muscle growth, boost your energy, and support tissue repair. Some are designed for fat loss and appetite suppression while others increase nitric oxide levels or stimulate protein synthesis. However, not all supplements are suitable for beginners.

If you’ve just started to work out, stick to the basics. At this point, there is no need to use advanced pre or post workout formulas, powerful fat burners, or testosterone boosters. So, here are the best sports supplements for beginners:

Protein

Protein plays a key role in muscle building and recovery. This nutrient fuels your muscles, aids in growth, maintains lean mass, and promotes fat loss. Whey protein isolate and hydrolyzed whey are the most easily absorbed forms of protein, making them ideal before and after training. Casein has a slower absorption rate, so it should be consumed at night when your muscles need a steady supply a protein.

Creatine

This amino acid has been subject to extensive research. Its beneficial effects on muscle growth and repair are backed up by science. When combined with a balanced diet and intense training, creatine increases muscle size and strength. It also provides your body with the energy needed for those challenging workouts, so you will be able to train harder and longer.

Glutamine

If you’re concerned about muscle loss, use glutamine! This non-essential amino acid preserves lean muscle and reduces catabolism. It also aids in recovery and protects the lining of the GI tract. Just make sure you don’t take glutamine and creatine together because they cancel each other out.

BCAAs

Branched chain amino acids or BCAAs can not be produced by your body, so you need to take them from food. These nutrients speed up muscle repair, enhance athletic performance, and support fat loss. They also increase protein synthesis and reduce muscle breakdown. To fully reap their benefits, use them during your workout, or before training, if you’re hitting the gym in a fasting state.

 

For more information on product recommendations, please contact Dr. James HERE.

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