Really, there are only a few most people need to take. The most important part to get right first is your diet.
Supplements can help aid your diet and your health and performance, but they can’t replace a poor diet.
With that said, there are a few I take and would recommend to my clients.
A General Multivitamin – This helps cover any deficiencies you may be lacking from your diet. There are good and bad multivitamins. Click on the images below or go to www.nigel.getprograde.com to get a high quality one.
Omega 3 Fish Oil – there’s numerous health benefits to taking a fish oil including joint health, brain function and metabolism. It can also help aid fat loss too.
Whey Protein Shake – For people who tend to lack protein in their diets, this can be a great option. It’s also useful for post workout nutrition if you have a big gap in between your workout and your next meal. Look in your local health store or buy online here.
Meal Replacement – Although supplementation isn’t a replacement for a poor diet, there are times where convenience can take precedence. If eating enough or at regular intervals is a weakness for you, consider a meal replacement. Many people skip breakfast entirely which can be a mistake. A meal replacement can be a simple fix to that problem.
Please check with your doctor before taking any supplements.
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