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Yes, and here is a complete list. More...
By dotFIT experts
on January 22, 2010
AminoBoostXXL is a better branched chain product, but many people want the ease of pills (such as the Recover & Build) rather than powders. More...
By dotFIT experts
on October 17, 2008
To date there is one published study related to the efficacy of NO (nitric oxide) boosters via oral ingestion. The major finding of this recent study was that the nitric oxide booster (arginine alpha-ketoglutarate, or AAKG) increased strength and power in resistance-trained men. More...
By dotFIT experts
on February 02, 2009
Generally, no. Effervescent delivery systems are used to enhance the bioavailability of certain drugs or supplements. More...
By dotFIT experts
on February 02, 2009
If needed, BCAAs (Branched Chain Amino Acids) should ingested before the workout. Using BCAAs with a pre-workout snack such as a dotFIT shake or ready-to-eat bar is a common practice during intense training and dieting. More...
By dotFIT experts
on February 02, 2009
Creatine ethyl ester malate (CrEEM) is a commercially available synthetic form of creatine that is used in dietary supplements. Structurally, it is creatine with an ethyl group attached. More...
By dotFIT experts
on February 02, 2009
Keep taking your creatine, that way you will maintain as much muscle and strength as possible. The Recover&Build (BCAA) formula makes even more sense while calorically restricted, so we recommend you stay on that as well. More...
By dotFIT experts
on February 02, 2009
Creatine XXL can stave off muscle loss during a break from resistance training, depending on your resistance training history, volume, and experience. More...
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ-10) is a naturally occurring compound found in our body’s cells that is intricately involved in energy production More...
Basically, you would follow the directions on each container assuming they are accurate in having you ingest the product in a manner that would allow More...
To gain weight you need to eat more calories than you burn so that the extra calories are deposited into your body tissues, with the majority More...
The most commonly used muscle gain supplements that actually work are considered safe for the vast majority of people. These supplements More...
Protein is responsible for rebuilding your muscle tissues after exercise and also plays a minor role in producing energy under more extreme More...
Depends on how much you are eating now. If you are eating Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of protein and resistance training intensely, then yes More...
You need to use the bodybuilding formula of feeding the muscle while starving the body fat. Meaning, eat correctly and enough including protein intake More...
Yes, and it’s very common among athletes, especially bodybuilders and people new to weight training but it requires daily food planning and supplementation More...
Probably, and there is certainly no downside to adding higher levels of vitamins and minerals that are part of our body's antioxidant systems to your More...
Power athletes need more protein than non-athletes/exercisers but about the same as other hard-training athletes. The easiest and safest formula More...
Depends on how much protein you consume from food and your training goals. All healthy athletes can attain their protein requirements from More...
Depends on the athletes physiological state (health and potential contraindications) and what he/she decides to use, but in general health and fitness More...
Yes, and the most important thing you can do is to make sure your energy systems are full by not just eating the right combination of foods More...
In sensitive people, protein powders can cause constipation and/or bloating based on the type of protein and/or sugars used. If constipation is the issue, using a protein powder with More...

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