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A Personal Trainers Full Supplement Regimine💊

Supplements can be a beneficial part of any nutrition or training plan. They contribute a significantly smaller percentage of benefit compared to the actual workouts or your diet but they can help maybe that extra 1-5%. The most beneficial supplements are ones that are actually supplementing your diet. Vitamin D for example is a common deficiency that most people should be supplementing with.

It can be fun to see what professionals are using for supplements so here’s what I take to get an idea. I wouldn’t recommend anyone follow my supplement regime because me and my doctor have tailored it for my needs.

Morning Supplements:

  • Multi Vitamin

  • P5P (activated Vitamin B6) 100 mg

    • Helps reduce Prolactin levels

  • Vitamin C 1000-5000 mg

    • I take more if I’ve been around people who are sick or are feeling sick and less on a normal day

  • DHEA 50 mg (twice a week)

  • Creatine 10 grams

  • Glutamine 5 grams

Training Supplements:

  • L-Tyrosine 1000-3000 mg

  • L-Carnitine L-Tartrate 2000 mg

    • Increases Androgen Receptor Density and Lipid Mobilization

  • 1000 mg sodium from iodized salt

  • L-Citrulline 10 grams

  • Glycerol (5-10 grams only for hard/long workouts)

Midday Supplements:

  • Vitamin D3 8000 iu

  • Vitamin K2 100 mcg

  • Iron Gummy 9 mg

  • Glucosamine/MSM 1500 mg each

    • Helps reduce arthritis risk

  • Berberine 500 mg

    • Helps regulate blood sugar and improve cholesterol

  • Psyllium Husk 2 tsp

  • 1 Tbsp Liquid Fish Oil if not eating fatty fish that day (2400 mg EPA, 1500 mg DHA)

Evening Supplements:

  • Niacin 1000 mg

    • Improves cholesterol and triglyceride levels

  • Magnesium Glycinate 210 mg

    • Helps with sleep quality

  • Zinc Picolinate 50 mg

  • Taurine 1000 mg

    • Helps with relaxation

  • Pregnanolone 50 mg (twice a week)

  • Low-Dose Aspirin


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