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manutdstott | 00:24 Thu 23rd Sep 2004 | Body & Soul
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i'v a new gym in my garage, it supports nearly every major muscle in the body. What safe legal bodybuilding suppliments can anyone recommend by your own results., i'v heard of creatine whey protein. but want other peoples advice first, thank you to all in advance.

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Creatine is something that occurs naturally in your body. The amount of it determines what size your muscles can attain. If you have more, then your muscles have the opportunity to become bigger. The whey protein is all build up. It what actually makes you bigger and helps you to bulk out and put the extra weight on. Think of it like repotting a plant. The creatine is the bigger pot you buy and the whey protein is the soil you add to fill it. Be careful about using anything in excess. You can can other things to build muscle in the states that is illegal to sell here but not to use. But I'm npt 100% about the latter so check first. There are loads of websites and books on the stuff you can do. If you've got a GNC near you they usually have quite a selection of stuff and somebody to talk you through it.
The best results come from hard work, dedication, and a good bulking diet. Supplements are really not worth investing in, although if I had to recommend one it would be whey protein http://www.wheyconsortium.co.uk/ these people are very good. Aim for 1.5 grms protein/lb of bodyweight. If you were serious you can legally obtain pro-hormones such as tribulus but I would think long and hard - they are expensive and the results are sometimes not worth the price paid. Anyway, remember that Rome was not built in a day, and neither will your body be.
Be careful of too much protein ....ur kidneys can only cope with so much and anything over that will put u into an area of damaging ur kidneys and apart from making urine...they also have something to do with the hormone for making red cells (oxygen uptake ) and also have something to do with ur blood pressure and all the toxins that if left inside ur body will cause heart (fatal) problems etc etc.... stay natural...build urself up to ur natural limit and enjoy .....
Protein is undoubtedly needed for muscle formation, repair etc. However there is no research that concludes that extra protein is needed if one wants to increase muscle size.
what constitutes extra protein? Also, there is no research that shows anything up to 2gm/lb of bodyweight can affect your kidneys. It has been shown to exacerbate existing conditions, nowt more.
'extra' would mean more than your RDI of protein, that should come from your diet.

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