Updated: Jun 13
Multi-Vitamins can help to bolster gaps in your diet. When you are in a calorie deficit, there is less chance that you will reach all of the minerals and trace elements that the body might need to be in optimal health. Supplements shouldn’t replace food, but they are a great way of supplementing your best effort.
When on a calorie-restricted diet, using casein is a great option for snacks and prior to bedtime. The product could be taken every 6 hours during the day. Note: 1-2 hours right after resistance training, whey is best.
Carnitine: Assists with the use of fat as a fuel.
BCAAs: This help to promote the use of fat for energy, reduce fatigue, reduce muscle soreness and accelerate recovery.
Amino Acids: In a calorie deficit you will require more amino (as you are eating less food, so less protein to be used for circulating amino). Aminos do not spike blood sugar so they are great for between meals when trying to shift more body fat.
Pre-workouts: With less available energy from a lower intake of food, a pre-workout can help you get more from your session.
Lean 5: (A combination of Raspberry Ketones; decaffeinated Green Tea extract; CLA; L-carnitine; garcinia cambogia extract). This fantastic caffeine-free combination of ingredients works in unison to aid fat loss.