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Dietary supplement : Types of supplements for bodybuilders

               

                             Dietary supplement : Types of supplements for bodybuilders

      All products labeled as a dietary supplement carry a Supplement Facts panel that lists the contents, amount of active ingredients per serving, and other added ingredients (like fillers, binders, and flavorings). The manufacturer suggests the serving size, but you or your health care provider might decide that a different amount is more appropriate for you.

                                                  Types supplements Dietary

1- weight gain or Mass gainer :

Are taken up by people who suffer from thin

2- PROTEIN :

Are taken up by people who have little fat

3- amino  AMINO :

Product amino no less important than protein products are necessary for protein synthesis within muscle and be in various forms, including capsules, liquids and powder

4- creatine. CREATINE :

Creatine works to increase the body's energy and healing muscle and raise the energy to perform efficiently Exercise

5- energy products. ENERGY :

Considered supplements Energy, which specializes in raising the body's energy and pumping blood in the muscle cells and the expansion of the arteries and blood vessels, and this is done by nitric oxide is the main engine of the complementary

6- fat burners. FAT BURN :

Are used in the drying period for the purpose of burning excess body fat

7- glutamine. GLUTAMIN :

Maintain muscle mass and function to maintain the muscle of demolition

The benefits of nutritional supplements for athletes

1) Reduce Weight

2) Reducing cholesterol in the blood

3) Reduces the risk of asthma

4) Reduces high blood pressure and heart disease

5) Gain proteins in day


6) Gain mass for muscles


                                           Keep in Mind : Safety and Risk

       Many supplements contain active ingredients that can have strong effects in the body. Always be alert to the possibility of unexpected side effects, especially when taking a new product.

Supplements are most likely to cause side effects or harm when people take them instead of prescribed medicines or when people take many supplements in combination. Some supplements can increase the risk of bleeding or, if a person takes them before or after surgery, they can affect the person's response to anesthesia. Dietary supplements can also interact with certain prescription drugs in ways that might cause problems. Here are just a few examples:

Vitamin K can reduce the ability of the blood thinner Coumadin® to prevent blood from clotting.
St. John's wort can speed the breakdown of many drugs (including antidepressants and birth control pills) and thereby reduce these drugs' effectiveness.
Antioxidant supplements, like vitamins C and E, might reduce the effectiveness of some types of cancer chemotherapy.
Keep in mind that some ingredients found in dietary supplements are added to a growing number of foods, including breakfast cereals and beverages. As a result, you may be getting more of these ingredients than you think, and more might not be better. Taking more than you need is always more expensive and can also raise your risk of experiencing side effects. For example, getting too much vitamin A can cause headaches and liver damage, reduce bone strength, and cause birth defects. Excess iron causes nausea and vomiting and may damage the liver and other organs.


Be cautious about taking dietary supplements if you are pregnant or nursing. Also, be careful about giving them (beyond a basic multivitamin/mineral product) to a child. Most dietary supplements have not been well tested for safety in pregnant women, nursing mothers, or children.



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