Supplements

NUTRITION

FOR BETTER RESULTS

A dietary supplement is intended to provide nutrients that may otherwise not be consumed in sufficient quantities. Any supplement recommendations are made on an individualized basis. On this page, you will find the supplements and ergogenic aids that I personally use. The quality of each supplement is of the highest standard.

Supplements Recommended

Caffeine

Clear and natural energy – I’ve dropped the $5 dollar Starbucks for these!

Theanine

I always take theanine with caffeine. L-Theanine is a relaxing and nondietary amino acid and is known to promote relaxation without sedation.

MultiVitamin

It is vital that you take a good multi-vitamin.  You’re wasting your money if you buy cheap vitamins(Wal-Mart brand for example) because cheap vitamins have low bio availability. Low bio availability means that essentially
everything you’re taking in is being flushed out through your

Fish Oil

The reason why they come so highly recommended is because omega-3’s are anti-inflammatory. Doctors and experts are coming to the conclusion that inflammation is at the heart of almost every single chronic disease, and the simple supplementation of Omega-3’s can help reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and stroke.

Protein

The main difference between more expensive proteins is their flavor and mixability. The biggest benefit of protein, in my opinion, is allowing you to get in 150-200g of protein a day with ease. Trying to get 200g+ of protein from animal sources can get really expensive and be difficult to achieve.

Vincepotine

Increase blood flow to the brain and offer some protection for brain cells (neurons).

Ashwagandha

I use ashwagandha for improving thinking ability, decreasing pain and swelling (inflammation), and preventing the effects of aging

Kava Kava

Natural muscle relaxer/mind calming herb.

Tryptophan

After heavy lifting days, Tryptophan helps me sleep and relax my muscles.

Magnesium

Magnesium is used in over 300 different biochemical processes within the body. Magnesium deficiency is a two-fold problem. We don’t get enough of it from our diet and many of the foods we eat actually strip magnesium from our body – like sugar, alcohol, caffeine, and salt.

Melatonin

Ultimate sleep aid – Whenever I have difficulty sleeping/staying asleep I take 1mg 30 min before bed.