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    Right now I have spectrum fish oil, and BSN Syntha - 6, which tastes like the nectar of the gods. ON WHey is the best protein poweder in my opinion though. What are your favourite supplements?
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    Vit D
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    High quality DHA+EPA fish oil is the nuts. I have Swisse which has a chocolate tasting coating (which is incredible) Really helps me personally. Ye apart from that Vit D as AC said, a Multi + a Joint complex, creatine. Protein powder to fill up macros when needed.

    EPA+DHA oil and creatine are my most important though I'd say
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    My favourite supplements are mostly on-to-go ones. I am a big fan of protein shakes, cookies and bars (as I am addicted to snacks so much). I am very picky though, a lot of companies offer these supplements with lot's of chemicals and they taste like chemical rather than a shake or cookie. So far I have found only sci-mx products more close to natural taste. So I mostly use them.
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    Impact whey, eazee proteenz.
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    ON Gold Standard, Vitamin D, green tea extract, BCAA and also most importantly... CAFFEINE.


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    (Original post by Angry cucumber)
    Vit D
    do you take vitamin k2 also ?
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    do you take vitamin k2 also ?
    No, it's not needed in a balanced diet

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    (Original post by Angry cucumber)
    No, it's not needed in a balanced diet

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    you can make the same argument for vitamin D
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    Omega 3 fish oil capsules
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    (Original post by democracyforum)
    you can make the same argument for vitamin D
    Humans are pretty bad at getting Vit D out of food, it's from sun and due to our relatively indoor lifestyles, we don't get enough of it living in this country
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    Wellman Multivit, Magnesium, Fish Oils with high EHA, L Tyrosine and occasionally 5 HTP (when I'm hanging lol)
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    This is a great thread, some really useful tips here!

    I'm currently taking a brain multi vit called Nurozan. Is great to help enhance your concentration and focus, which helps for mental work and study.
    I also take a supplement called ashwagandha. Is great for boosting energy but also has a calming effect on your nervous system so is good for stress and anxiety symptoms too. It's also supposed to be helpful for people who are recovering from adrenal fatigue.
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    Omega 3,6,9 fish oil , whey protein and vitamin B.

    I also take a supplement called Rhodiola Rosea which is good for physical endurance and stress.
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    (Original post by Johnpolo)
    Omega 3,6,9 fish oil , whey protein and vitamin B.

    I also take a supplement called Rhodiola Rosea which is good for physical endurance and stress.
    Vitamin D coz rickets.

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    Currently I've just tried this supplement called BrainZyme.
    It's basically a brain supplement.
    I was skeptical initially but it works though, and it contains all natural stuff, which is why it's my go-to supplement now.
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