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Supplementation

Pills and powders are part of the pyramid, but let’s be honest: They’re the least important part. If you want to see them do their best work, it will only happen once all other principles are consistently in place. A good starting supplement stack that is recommend would include the following:

Natural Protein

Protein Supplements such as hemp and veggie based blends support muscle growth without dairy products.

Omega-3 Fish Oil

Unless you’re consuming plenty of fish, you will most likely benefit from an omega-3 fish oil supplement. Omega-3 fatty acids play a beneficial role in workout recovery, cognitive function, body composition, recovery, and a wide range of health markers that we’re only recently starting to understand fully.[2-5]

Vitamin D

In a perfect world, we would get plenty of sunshine and outdoor exercise—but we don’t live in a perfect world. As a result, a majority individuals are vitamin-D deficient.[6] The pros definitely outweigh the cons here, and the price is right.

Multivitamin

This is your safety net, to make sure that your focus on macros isn’t costing you in important micros.