The 7 Best Supplements For Men

Take these for long lasting health and sweet gains

Try asking some of your bros what’s the best thing you can take for a long life and some sweet gains. Chances are each and every one of them will give you their own different and definitive list of what to take. This shouldn’t be surprising; everyone has their own take on health and strength. Some guys will perhaps include a healthy dose of roids, others will praise a vegan-only environmentally friendly diet — or something equally ridiculous.

Here’s where this article comes into play; here you will see what you really need to be taking and why. Picking up any of these supplements and adding them to your diet will completely benefit help your body. Add them all and you’ll have super health! Okay, maybe not super health but you will be more healthy and stronger than before.

Best Supplements For Men

Multi Vitamins

Vitamins are essential in your everyday life, without them you would be dead. Chances are that during your day to day life your vitamin intake from a natural source isn’t all that great. Either your nutrition is lacking or your body straight up demands more than you’re giving it.

That’s why you should invest in downing some multivitamin supps. You can get them at any local pharmacy or online. They have a stack full of multivitamin shops. Some pharmacies may even have an option of checking your vitamin levels!

Caffeine

Ah yes, the legal alternative to snorting coke — caffeine. Caffeine has a bunch of benefits, it can make you smarter in the short-term and in the long-term, it speeds up your reaction time, boosts your energy levels and it helps you concentrate on your tasks.

Magnesium

Magnesium is great for post workout recovery and it also has a key role in strengthening your bones. That should be more than enough reason to take magnesium supplements. If you really don’t like pills, you can always buy it in dissolving tablet form and drink it like that. It certainly tastes better.

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Zinc

Zinc is one of those minerals that you just gotta have a supplement somewhere around. Consuming zinc will boost your testosterone levels, which your body produces less and less as you get older. Which means, it’s much harder to get the gains without resulting to juicing.

5. Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Also known as fish oil, this is the “good fat” you often hear about. This one is for your liver and your brain. Fish oil helps with your memory, and it also heals up your liver. So, if you spent the better part of your teens and 20’s drinking and partying, or if you are currently spending them that way, you should really give fish oil tablets a shot.

Protein Powder

This is an obvious one, but an important one nonetheless. To build muscle and for your body to function properly, you’ve gotta have sufficient protein intake. Sometimes you get that from your normal, everyday nutrition, other times you need some extra help. For any further information, you may need on protein powder, check out our article on casein.

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Probiotics

Gotta take something for digestion too, right? You don’t wanna end up like Elvis Presley, being killed by constipation while barely getting into your 40s. Probiotics are essentially a bunch of “good” bacteria that helps your body take out the trash through the back door more easily. Having a healthy dose of “good” bacteria will save you from getting all sorts of digestion-related diseases and problems.

BCAAs

BCAA stands for “branched chained amino acids”. They are what your muscles take from protein powder as growing fuel. Adding them into your diet is as crucial as it is adding protein powder. They build your muscles and help you recover from a workout.

If you did a late night session and you got job obligations in the morning, taking quality BCAAs could be the difference between rolling out of the bed onto the floor and begging for mercy, and jumping out of the bed all happy and chirpy as soon as the sun’s rays hit you.

Glutamine

Glutamine is an amino acid, but it’s often sold separately as its own product because of its benefits. We covered what BCAAs are what they are good for, so no use going back to that. However, glutamine on its own can promote gut and brain health along with repairing muscles after a good workout. It’s also a great tool in fighting cancer and high blood sugar.

If you are thinking that you’ll get your dosage from BCAAs and that this is a waste of your time, that’s fine. Your choice, but then at least try implementing some glutamine-rich foods like eggs or spinach.

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