Jim Stoppanis SixWeek Shortcut To Shred Workout Supplement Overview Bodybuilding
â™ªâ™ªâ™ª Supplements are important othe Shortcut to Shred program for numerous reasons. Obviously, you want to maximizethe amount of fat loss that you get while you're maximizingthe amount of muscle growth and strength gains. Plus, you also want toenhance your performance during the workout.
The greater your workout performis, the more intensity you can put into your training,that's gonna result in greater benefits, more musclegrowth, more strength and even better fat loss. â™ªâ™ªâ™ª First I'll break downeach supplement and their specific benefits. And these supplements have beenselected, have been proven in
the lab to work in numerousresearch studies, but I've also shown that they workin the real world. â™ªâ™ªâ™ª Whey protein. Whey protein is a criticalsupplement on the Shortcut to Shred program fornumerous reasons. Most of you already know it's asuperior protein when it comes to muscle growth and strengthgains so, obviously, that's a
key to why it'sincluded in the program. It's gonna enhance your recoveryafter the workout and it's important to get some inbefore the workout to boost your performance and yourenergy levels, decrease muscle breakdown and furtherenhance muscle growth. But few people realize that wheyprotein can also aid fat loss. One of the major ways it doesthis is by decreasing appetite. Research shows that whey proteinis a great protein to help you
feel more satiated and todecrease how much food you eat. So it makes you feel fuller thanother protein sources and whey protein is important because itincreases the release of certain hormones that let the brainknow you're full and it also increases a peptide that alsohelps the body know that you've had enough to eat and it's gonnahelp you stick on your diet and eat less food, meaning you'regonna burn more calories with the workouts, consuming fewercalories, as I spoke of before,
that's gonna be criticalfor your fat loss efforts. Casein protein. Casein protein is primarilyincluded in the Shortcut to Shred program for itsmusclebuilding benefits. We know that whey isa superior protein. Now, we used to think thatcasein was sort of sub par protein 'cause it's so slowdigesting, that it really doesn't provide anybenefit around workout.
Do Vitamin Supplements Really Work
Do you want to lose weight quicklyé Are you sleepyé Is your hair kind of grossé Try a supplement! There are hundreds of them. Surely one of them can help you. Righté Well, maybe not. SPLASH INTRO
Supplements are a multibillion dollar business. Unlike prescription drugs, theUS government doesn't regulate manufacturer claims aboutwhat supplements â€œcouldâ€� do for you or how well they do it. It only steps in whenthey may be harmful. Many supplements include vitamins orminerals that are meant to enhance you in some way or make up fora deficiency in your body. And yes, there's other supplementproducts including herbals,
protein supplements andenzymes but let's focus on vitamins and minerals in multivitamins, the most popularsupplements out there, for now. Your body needs these moleculesand elements to survive, but can't make them on its own, soyou've got to get them from food. Supplements are meant to, well,supplement what you might be missing from your diet. s and scientists agree youcan't miss out on these 13 vitamins.
You also need minerals,which are elements like iron, potassium, or magnesium. Many people get enough vitamins and minerals from theirdiets, but certain groups of people can benefit from supplements. For example, if you've got anutrient poor dietand many of us are probably missing out on atleast a small amount of one vitamin or mineral, vitamin supplements can help
you plug small gaps in your nutrition. A can diagnose thatkind of deficiency and recommend what to take and how much. And certain kinds of supplements,like vitamin D and folic Acid, can help new and expectingmothers reduce the risk of birth defects and lowbirth weight babies. For more, here's our favorite biologistJoe Hanson from Its OK to be Smart: Joe Hanson: â€œSo for some people,dietary supplements can be a big help.
But you're probably better offspending your money on groceries and eating a wellrounded diet. You get way more nutritionalbangforyourbuck from food, since you're getting more thanjust vitamins and minerals. You're also gobbling up beneficialplant compounds called phytochemicals, fiber and other good stuff thatyou don't get from supplements. Some researchers still recommendtaking a multivitamin as insurance against lapses in our diet.