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A 47-year-old member asked:

What are some good supplements for body building?

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Dr. Walter Futterweit
Endocrinology 65 years experience
Multivit? Maybe: A Vitamin with D,Zinc,Iron,Bcomplex, CQ10 to buy also. May or may not help, but you cant lose.

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A 33-year-old member asked:

What supplements are good for body-building?

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Dr. Daniel Lebowitz
Anti-Aging Medicine 25 years experience
Supplements: Consider protein powder, creatine, and nitric oxide. They have good science behind them.
A 23-year-old male asked:

Which supplements I should use for body building?

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Dr. Brett Spain
Sports Medicine 18 years experience
Balanced diet: I do not usually recommend supplements for almost any reason. However, a pure whey protein powder can be helpful if you are having difficulty eating enough protein daily for muscle growth. Creating has also been found to be helpful for short burst stamina and performance in young, healthy athletes without kidney issues.

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