Most nutritionists universally agree that getting as many nutrients from food is the preferred option but that stacking supplements are useful to make up for any shortages that may exist, especially for strength athletes. Finding cost-effective products can be a challenge; these are my five go-to supplements.
For a long time, health practitioners and educators have advocated a diet with carbohydrates as the cornerstone but there is an upsurge in evidence that low-carb high-fat diets offer important health and performance benefits. This article illustrates how to adjust your daily macronutrient intake when banting or on an LCHF diet.
This article explains how to calculate your macronutrient needs according to traditional nutrition educators, that is, the view that most energy requirements of athletes should be obtained from carbohydrates.
Protein is essential to help muscles adapt and become stronger after weight training and the Supashape protein brownie is a tasty and convenient option.