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The honest reality is unfortunately that many multi-vitamins just don’t come complete. Our body needs many vitamins and minerals for its various processes. That means that we need ALL of them and realistically all of the time(all day). This is essentially the entire need/goal of ‘healthy’ eating. We are trying to get these nutrients out of our food.

The problem is between fast food, gmo foods, additives, preservatives and everything else that contaminates our food leaves little to no nutrients left. So if we could just get these nutrients in then we wouldn’t be having that problem. Our multi-vitamins are made with natural ingredients without the use of GMO.

Yes. Creatine does need to be loaded. Creatine is a very misunderstood supplement. This is largely because it is a misunderstood function of the body. So first of all creatine is a form of energy, immediate energy. It is one enzyme away from converting into usable energy(ATP). This is why it is so quick and immediate for energy.

As a supplement the goal is to create extra amounts of this immidiate energy. As a supplement it is not in the body, so it needs to be understood that the supplement form of creatine is not the same form as the creatine found in the body. Furthermore the supplement has to pass digestion to even be absorbed into the body for use.

Largely because of these differences is why it needs to be loaded. You will not actually get extra creatine from the first few uses. It needs to be ingested for a few days. 5-7 days is the typical on 20-25mg. This is often broken even further to daily doses. Some may take 5mg but do it 4x a day to reach their 20mg daily dose. The spreading out helps for both asborption and the preloading of creatine. You then decrease the dose to maintenance which is typically 3g-5g.

The specifics are less relevant than the understanding. The understanding is that you will need to take creatine for about 2 weeks before seeing its effect.

This is a typical problem that a lot of people in the gym are facing. Admittedly the fitness industry is partially to blame. We put way too much importance on protein. Although protein being the main ‘ingredient’, it isn’t the only ‘ingredient’ in this muscle building recipe. What about testosterone? What about the nutrients that facilitate the production of testosterone? What about the physical energy required to undergo these processes?

The truth is that you need more than just protein to build or rebuild back muscle. If you are intaking adequate amounts of protein and you are not seeing any ‘gains’ then the problem is not protein. It is just that simple. You need to start taking a look at other parts of the equation and narrowing it down to the real problem.

Best of luck!

No. The simple answer is no it is not. It is not necessary. But neither are protein powders, or supplements in general. But it does HELP. So we could say not a necessity, but helpful.

Energy has two sides, ‘real’ and ‘fake’. Real is the physical energy, broken down from the food we eat. Fake is the stimulant energy we get from things like caffeine. Pre-workouts focus on the ‘fake’, the stimulant energy. Which can help you push out a few extra reps or even give you the energy to get yourself in the gym!

The ‘real’ energy takes some time. The ‘fake’ energy can be pretty immediate. ‘Stimulants’ help you to feel the effects immediatly and get the ‘fake’ energy. Our products were designed to give you the best of both world. We infused our pre-workout with beta-alanine and caffeine for the ‘fake’ immediate energy. But we then added some B-vitamins for the production of real energy.