Protein Powder – There are a lot of different protein powders on the
market. Refer to the FAQ page for information on the different types of protein (whey, soy, casein). I prefer Optimum Nutrition’s (ON) line of supplements, but everyone has there reasons for choosing one over the other. All nutritional information on this site is calculated using the values from ON’s products.
There are a lot of supplements on the market that you can add to your protein shake recipes. Everyone responds differently to different supplements and each of our own composition plays a part in the effectiveness of any individual supplement. Here is a simple list of some of the common supplements that have been on the market for a long time and are fairly safe, again, I am not a doctor or a professional. Always consult with a medial professional before supplementing your diet in any way.
Creatine – is made in the body and can be supplemented naturally by consuming a high protein diet. Red meat is known to be a good way to kick start the bodies creatine production. Creatine helps the muscles utilize energy in the body and is reported to help body builders achieve increased muscle gains.It is commonly purchased to supplement protein shakes for improved performance during exercise.