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What are dietary supplements? Do we really even need them? What for? And are they really dangerous to us? This lesson will cover the essential answers to these questions.

Dietary Supplements

Every morning, millions of us get up and take a little pill. Maybe it’s a vitamin or mineral pill. Perhaps it’s an herb. Some plop some protein powder down into some water or into a milkshake. Others take some extra fiber to help things move along.

All of these are examples of dietary supplements, sources of nutrients that are intended to provide additional nutrition to individuals who are otherwise not consuming enough of said nutrient.

The key word here is ‘supplement.’ It’s supposed to be something added to complete a deficiency. Alas, many of us are using too many of these supplements, and we add way more to our diets than we need to.

The Use of Dietary Supplements

Let’s provide some examples of dietary supplements and scenarios where we may need to use them.

Mike is a professional bodybuilder. He adds extra protein to his diet every single day to provide enough amino acids, the building blocks of proteins, to help his muscles repair themselves after working out and to build stronger and bigger muscles.

Janet has been told by her doctor she needs to get more vitamin D and calcium, a type of mineral, into her diet in order to help minimize the risk of developing osteoporosis, a disease that causes brittle bones.

Amy has anemia, a deficiency of red blood cells. In her case, it’s caused by a lack of iron in her diet. And so, her doctor prescribes an iron supplement for her.

Rachel is pregnant, and her doctor told her to take folic acid, a type of B vitamin, in order to reduce the risk of her baby having birth defects.

Be it due to sports, disease, or major changes in life, such as pregnancy, dietary supplements play an important role in keeping people healthy!

The Abuse of Dietary Supplements

But, the flipside is that, as with anything else you put into your body, you may abuse it, even if unknowingly so. You may take too much of a supplement, and this may harm your body in the short term or in the long run.

For instance, taking too much of an iron supplement all at once can kill a person. Too much vitamin D can cause kidney damage. Large doses of vitamin C may cause stomach pain and even kidney stones.

Vitamin B6 overdoses can cause nerve problems. Too much vitamin A can cause birth defects, while excess vitamin K can interfere with blood-thinning medications. And using protein supplements over long periods of time can lead to kidney and liver dysfunction, among many other problems.

Summary

So, while dietary supplements may be necessary for some people, everyone else needs to be careful about consuming too much at once or too much over the long term.

Dietary supplements are sources of nutrients that are intended to provide additional nutrition to individuals who are otherwise not consuming enough of said nutrient.

These supplements include the likes of:

  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Proteins
  • Fats, like omega-3 supplements
  • Herbs

Yet, consuming too much of any one of them poses potential health risks. Taking too much iron all at once can actually kill a person. Taking too much of any supplement over a long period of time can lead to all sorts of health problems, ranging from liver dysfunction to stomach pain to kidney stones.

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Mineral supplements can be used to add nutritional value to your diet. Learn about groups of people who may benefit from taking mineral supplements and the potential risks that could develop from adding supplements to your diet.

Mineral Supplements

If you found yourself marooned on a beautiful island paradise, which of these would you rather see wash up on shore: a crate filled with mineral supplements or a crate that contained a basket and fishing pole? Well, let’s look at the pros and cons. The supplements could supply you with all of the minerals your body needs with no more effort than it takes to unscrew a lid. That would free up your time to relax on the beach and soak up the sun. Of course, you could also get the minerals you need by using the basket and fishing pole to gather fruits, vegetables and fish, but that sounds like an awful lot of work.

Although mineral supplements are products intended to add nutritional value to your diet, they cannot provide you with all of the nutrients your body needs to survive, so I would suggest picking crate number two. And while this scenario is a bit extreme, it does illustrate the point that even though mineral supplements can benefit people who eat a poor diet or groups of people with special needs, relying too heavily on supplements could come with health risks. In this lesson, we will look at groups of people who can benefit from mineral supplements and what risks come with their consumption.

Benefits

Eating a variety of foods is the best way to meet your body’s mineral needs because foods also contain calories, proteins and other nutrients that do not come in supplements. Most individuals who are generally in good health and eat a balanced diet do not need supplements to meet their nutritional needs. However, there are groups of people with special needs who gain substantial benefits from taking mineral supplements. For instance, people who eat a poor diet may need to take a multi-mineral supplement to meet the need for a wide variety of minerals they’re not getting from the foods they eat.

Another diet factor that could result in the need for supplementation is seen in people who follow a vegan diet plan that completely avoids animal products. While you can get many minerals from plant-based foods, vegans may need to take a calcium supplement to ensure that they are taking in sufficient amounts of calcium, which is a mineral needed for strong bones and teeth. A vegan could obtain calcium through dark green leafy vegetables, but would miss out on the other good sources, including milk, cheese and other dairy products.

A calcium supplement can also benefit older women because this is a group that is prone to osteoporosis, which is reduced bone mass caused by the loss of minerals from the bone.

Infants and young children are another group that can benefit from mineral supplementation. The smiles of these youngsters are helped by taking a fluoride supplement because fluoride is a mineral that fights tooth decay. All people, young and old, need fluoride for healthy teeth, but this nutrient is particularly important when the teeth are first developing because fluoride-containing crystals help form the tough outer covering of the teeth, making them more resistant to the effects of cavity-forming acids.

Risks

We see that mineral supplementation can be used as part of an effective strategy to gain good health, but we should not assume that taking supplements is risk-free. The risk mainly involves taking in more of a certain mineral than your body needs and reaching toxicity. Toxicity symptoms will vary depending on which mineral is involved and how much was ingested. Yet it will help you to recall some common effects of toxicity if you remember a high intake of minerals is often irritating to your gastrointestinal tract. Therefore, we see that toxicity symptoms typically result in some type of abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting.

Looking at specific minerals, we see that a high intake of calcium supplements interferes with the absorption of other minerals and causes constipation. It also elevates calcium levels in your urinary tract, because your kidneys are responsible for flushing out excess minerals. Unfortunately, this increased level increases your risk of kidney stones.

A high intake of iron supplements can be very dangerous. In fact, toxicity from iron-containing supplements can cause iron poisoning in children, which is a potentially fatal condition. Because iron tends to accumulate within your organs, anyone who takes too many iron supplements can be susceptible to organ damage.

Now, earlier in the lesson we discussed how fluoride supplements help the teeth, yet fluoride supplements are also a classic example of how too much of a good thing may not be best. I say this because a high intake of fluoride supplements can damage the teeth. This is particularly true for young children because it leads to a condition called dental fluorosis. Dental fluorosis is a condition caused by chronic excessive intake of fluoride, characterized by discoloration and pitting of the teeth. Children are susceptible to this condition because their teeth are still in the developmental stage. Excess fluoride at this early stage interferes with the normal crystallization of the teeth, causing brownish stains and scarring pits to appear on the teeth.

Summary

Let’s review…

Mineral supplements are products intended to add nutritional value to your diet. While most healthy individuals don’t need to take supplements, there are groups of people with special needs who can gain substantial benefits from them. For example, people who eat a poor diet may benefit from taking a multi-mineral supplement. A calcium supplement can benefit people who follow a vegan diet plan that cuts out calcium-containing foods, like dairy products. Older women can also benefit from calcium supplements because this is a group that is prone to the reduced bone mass seen in osteoporosis. Another group that can benefit from mineral supplementation is infants and young children. This group has newly developing teeth that can be helped by a fluoride supplement because fluoride is a mineral that fights tooth decay.

Taking mineral supplements is not without risk because it could cause you to take in more than you need and reach toxicity. This can be irritating to your gastrointestinal tract and result in general symptoms, such as abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting.

We also see different risks with the intake of specific minerals. For example, a high intake of calcium supplements interferes with the absorption of other minerals, causes constipation and increases your risk of kidney stones.

A high intake of iron supplements can cause iron poisoning in children or lead to organ damage.

And, a high intake of fluoride supplements in young children can lead to dental fluorosis, which is a condition caused by chronic excessive intake of fluoride, characterized by discoloration and pitting of the teeth.

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Vitamin supplements are intended to add nutritional value to your diet. Learn about groups of people who may benefit from taking vitamin supplements and the possible risks involved when dietary supplements are added to your diet in this lesson.

Vitamin Supplements

We all want more energy, protection from disease, and an aid to help us reach our healthy living goals. We get these benefits from consuming vitamins in various foods, but can we get the same benefits from a vitamin supplement or are we putting our health at risk by using them? These are the questions we will explore in this lesson.

Vitamin supplements are products intended to add nutritional value to your diet. While they can help you meet certain vitamin needs, they do not provide all the benefits that come from consuming foods. For example, taking a vitamin pill does not provide calories, so it will not be a source of energy. Trying to live on supplements alone will lead to starvation before it leads to health.

Benefits

If you’re in general good health and eat a variety of nutrient-rich foods from all of the food groups, then you should not need vitamin supplements to meet your nutritional needs. However, some groups of people gain substantial benefits from supplements. For example, vegans completely avoid animal products. These individuals would need to supplement their diet with vitamin B12, because B12 is only found in animal-based foods, such as meats, poultry, fish, eggs and dairy products.

Older adults can also benefit from dietary supplements that contain vitamin B12. One reason is the high occurrence of atrophic gastritis, which is a condition characterized by an inflammation of the stomach lining. The inflammation interferes with stomach secretions, which are needed to free up B12 so it’s available for absorption. Dietary supplements of B12 are easier to absorb than B12 obtained through foods, helping a person with this condition obtain what they need.

Another group that can gain a substantial benefit from taking a dietary supplement is pregnant women. In the early stages of pregnancy, the nervous system of the embryo starts to develop. In order for the nervous system to develop properly, the mother-to-be is encouraged to take folic acid, which is an easily absorbed form of folate. Folate is a B vitamin that protects against birth defects. Other groups that may need to turn to dietary supplements to benefit their health are people taking medications as certain medications can interfere with the body’s ability to digest, absorb or use vitamins.

Cigarette smokers might need to supplement their diet with vitamin C because this vitamin helps break down the harmful compounds found in cigarette smoke. And alcoholics might need to increase their intake of the B-complex vitamins and vitamin C. Because these vitamins are water-soluble, they flush out of your system in urine. Abusing a diuretic, such as alcohol, makes an alcoholic go to the bathroom more frequently, which could lead to a vitamin deficiency.

Risks

We see that dietary supplements can help certain groups of people meet their health needs. However, taking supplements should not be considered risk free. There are standards set for labeling dietary supplements, but most of the responsibility for safety of the products falls on the shoulders of the supplement manufacturers. The FDA does not approve most dietary supplements before they hit the market. With few exceptions, the manufacturers themselves are responsible for ensuring that the supplements are safe and effective. So we could say that one of the risks associated with supplements is a lack of regulation.

Another risk of taking a dietary supplement is toxicity, which means you take in more of a certain vitamin than your body needs. This is not as common with the water-soluble vitamins, B-complex and vitamin C, because these vitamins are not stored in your body and readily flush out in urine. However, the fat-soluble vitamins, which include vitamins A, D, E and K, are stored in the body and, therefore, can lead to toxicity symptoms.

For example, if a pregnant woman takes in too much vitamin A, it could result in birth defects in her child. Even using acne products that contain derivatives of vitamin A should be monitored closely. Vitamin D is known as a vitamin that helps with the absorption of calcium. However, if you take in too much vitamin D, it can actually cause a calcium imbalance.

There is also a risk involved when vitamin supplements and prescription drugs are mixed, resulting in an adverse interaction with medication. Both are chemical compounds designed to enhance the functioning of the body. However, if the supplement and the medication have opposite effects, it could become a health risk. For example, anticoagulants are medications that prevent blood clotting. Vitamin K supplements encourage blood clotting, so high levels of vitamin K could counteract the effects of the anticoagulant medication.

Summary

Let’s review. Vitamin supplements are products intended to add nutritional value to your diet. They can help some groups of people meet their nutritional needs. For example, vegans completely avoid animal products; they need to supplement their diet with vitamin B12 because B12 is only found in animal-based foods. Older adults can also benefit from vitamin B12, especially those with atrophic gastritis, which is an inflammation of the stomach lining that makes it hard to absorb B12.

Pregnant women benefit from taking folic acid because it protects against birth defects. People taking medication may benefit from supplements because certain medications can interfere with the body’s ability to digest, absorb, and use vitamins. Cigarette smokers benefit from vitamin C because this vitamin helps break down the harmful compounds found in cigarette smoke. And alcoholics benefit from B-complex vitamins and vitamin C, which flush out of their system due to alcohol’s diuretic effect.

There are some risks associated with supplements, such as a lack of regulation as the FDA does not approve most dietary supplements before they hit the market. Another risk of taking a supplement is toxicity. This is not as common with the water-soluble vitamins, B-complex and vitamin C, because these vitamins readily flush out in urine. However, the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K are stored in the body and, therefore, can lead to toxicity symptoms. There’s also a risk that taking vitamin supplements could result in an adverse interaction with medication.

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Protein is a vital molecule that carries out many functions in your body. Learn how proteins provide structure, regulate body processes, transport materials throughout your body, help your immune system and act as a source of energy.

Protein

What do your fingernails, your hair and the scrambled eggs you had for breakfast have in common? The answer: They all contain a lot of protein. Protein is found in all animal products, and it is essential to your life because it’s part of every cell in your body.

The importance of this nutrient, which is really just a large molecule made up of amino acids, has been known for a long time. In fact, the word protein comes from the Greek word Proteios, which means of primary importance. In this lesson, we will learn about protein and how it functions in the body.

Proteins are all similar in that they are made up of chains of amino acids; these basic building blocks of proteins are linked together by unique chemical bonds called peptide bonds. So you could take a lock of your hair and a pile of scrambled eggs, and even though they look very different, at their molecular core, they are both simply chains of the amino acids bonded together.

Provide Structure

Now, we talked about amino acids being the building blocks of proteins, but we could also say that proteins themselves are building blocks of the body.

And this brings us to the first important function of protein, which is to provide structure. Structural proteins make up integral parts of your body. For example, keratin is a type of protein found in your hair, nails and skin that helps give these structures strength. Inside your body, protein provides structure to every cell. Collagen, which is a structural protein found in various connective tissues, provides the framework for the ligaments that hold your bones together and the tendons that attach muscles to those bones.

Regulate Body Processes

Proteins also regulate body processes. For example, enzymes are proteins that speed up chemical reactions in the body. Without them, basic activities like breaking down the foods you eat would happen too slowly to support your life. You can think of enzymes as proteins that shift your body processes into high gear, much like your morning coffee gets your day moving along.

Body processes are also influenced by hormones, which are proteins that regulate the activity of cells or organs. Hormones are like chemical messengers that carry an order from one part of your body to another, much like Paul Revere carried the message that the British were coming to the people in his colony. For example, insulin is a hormone that regulates blood sugar by carrying a message to your body cells about how much sugar is present in your blood.

Transport Materials

Another function of protein is to transport materials throughout your body. A great example of this is hemoglobin, which is the oxygen-transporting protein found in your red blood cells. When you breathe air into your lungs, the oxygen molecules from that air wait in your lung cells for a ride on a red blood cell, somewhat like a New Yorker waiting for a taxi cab. Once the oxygen attaches to the hemoglobin of that red cell, it can travel anywhere in your body.

Help With Immunity

Some proteins are protectors and help with immunity. For example, antibodies are proteins that can recognize foreign invaders in your body. These vigilant proteins are like the neighborhood watch and they work together with other cells from your immune system to help prevent infections, illness and disease.

Provide Energy

So, we learned that proteins provide structure, regulate body processes, transport materials and help with immunity. Proteins are like the workhorses of the body, yet, they are so selfless that they would give up all they are to carry out their last function, which is to provide energy.

You see, in order to provide energy, the protein molecule must be destroyed and broken down into its amino acid parts. Protein is not your body’s first choice for energy, that responsibility falls on the shoulders of carbohydrates, but if your diet does not provide enough fuel from carbohydrates, then protein can be used.

For example, if you go on a severe weight loss diet your body will break down proteins and use their amino acids to make fuel. This ensures that your body will always have energy, but staying on a super strict diet also robs your body of the proteins it needs to maintain body structures and carry out necessary functions, leaving you weaker in the long run.

Summary

Let’s review.

Protein is a large molecule made up of amino acids that is capable of carrying out many important functions in your body.

It can be used to provide structure, like we see with keratin, which is a type of protein found in your hair, nails and skin, and in collagen, which is a structural protein found in various connective tissues such as your ligaments and tendons.

Proteins also regulate body processes. For example, enzymes are proteins that speed up chemical reactions in the body and hormones, like insulin, are proteins that regulate the activity of cells or organs.

Some proteins transport materials throughout your body, such as hemoglobin, which is the oxygen-transporting protein found in your red blood cells. Other proteins help with immunity, like we see with antibodies, which are proteins that can recognize foreign invaders in your body. And, if the body needs it, proteins can also be broken down to provide energy.

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Description

Dynami Nutrition™’s Muscle N.O.S.™ [WPI 95%] is isolated protein powder with 30 g protein per serving and is Dynami Nutrition™’s elite range of protein supplements. It include essential amino acids & vitamins/minerals, and is also an excellent source of BCAA’s, which makes it a nutritious and multi-functional protein supplement. Much of the fat, sugar and other undesirable components ‘isolated’ out. Dynami Nutrition™’s Muscle N.O.S.™ is the go-to protein for any nutrition or exercise regimen because it is designed to suit a variety of active lifestyles and diet plans. And with Muscle N.O.S.™, the high standard of quality protein comes with taste to match, thanks to Dynami Nutrition™’s research & development team!

Uses & Benefits 

Whey Protein is used as a protein supplement. It is very useful for hitting targeted daily protein goals. Whey Protein is absorbed faster than other forms of protein, which means it also increases muscle protein synthesis used to break a fasted state.

Whey Protein also delivers a large amount of the amino acid L-cysteine, which can alleviate deficiencies that occur during aging and diabetes, as well as other conditions. While Whey Protein has also been claimed to increase fat loss, this is a function of protein, rather than the whey itself. This means that the whey itself does not reduce fat, but taking in more protein often aids with fat loss efforts.

 Recommended Dosage 

The amount of whey protein to supplement depends on individual daily protein goals. For example:

  • If you are an athlete or highly active person attempting to lose body fat while preserving lean muscle mass, a daily intake of 1.5-2.2 g/kg body weight (0.68-1 g/lb body weight) is a good goal.
  • If you are not an athlete or highly active person, or you are attempting to lose body fat while preserving lean mass, then a daily intake of 1-1.5 g/kg body weight (0.45-0.68 g/lb body weight) is a good goal.
  • If you are sedentary and not looking to change body composition, a daily target of 0.8 g/kg body weight (0.36 g/lb body weight)is a good goal.

Things to Know 

  • If daily protein targets are achieved through dietary protein alone, supplementation is unnecessary.
  • Obese individuals should not follow the above recommendations, as body weight calculations would result in very high dosages. Obese people should calculate their protein targets based off of what their weight would be, assuming an overweight BMI.
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Description

Musclizer™ [WPC 82%] is a premium protein powder with 25g protein per serving and is Dynami Nutrition™’s starting range of protein supplements. It include essential amino acids and essential fatty acids, but is also an excellent source of BCAA’s, which makes it a nutritious and multi-functional protein supplement. Dynami Nutrition™’sMusclizer™ is the go-to protein for any nutrition or exercise regimen because it is designed to suit a variety of active lifestyles and diet plans. And with Musclizer™, the high standard of quality protein comes with taste to match, thanks to Dynami Nutrition™’s research & development team!

Uses & Benefits 

Whey Protein is used as a protein supplement. It is very useful for hitting targeted daily protein goals. Whey Protein is absorbed faster than other forms of protein, which means it also increases muscle protein synthesis used to break a fasted state.

Whey Protein also delivers a large amount of the amino acid L-cysteine, which can alleviate deficiencies that occur during aging and diabetes, as well as other conditions. While Whey Protein has also been claimed to increase fat loss, this is a function of the protein, rather than the whey itself. This means that the whey itself does not reduce fat, but taking in more protein often aids with fat loss efforts.

 Recommended Dosage 

The amount of whey protein to supplement depends on individual daily protein goals. For example:

  • If you are an athlete or highly active person attempting to lose body fat while preserving lean muscle mass, a daily intake of 1.5-2.2 g/kg body weight (0.68-1 g/lb body weight) is a good goal.
  • If you are not an athlete or highly active person, or you are attempting to lose body fat while preserving lean mass, then a daily intake of 1-1.5 g/kg body weight (0.45-0.68 g/lb body weight) is a good goal.
  • If you are sedentary and not looking to change body composition, a daily target of 0.8 g/kg body weight (0.36 g/lb body weight) is a good goal.

Things to Know 

  • If daily protein targets are achieved through dietary protein alone, supplementation is unnecessary.
  • Obese individuals should not follow the above recommendations, as body weight calculations would result in very high dosages. Obese people should calculate their protein targets based off of what their weight would be, assuming an overweight BMI.
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Description

Photonizer™ [Pre-Workout] is an advanced pre-workout for an amazing workout every time!

We are proud of our ideals which go like this :

  • No Proprietary Blends– Look at the supplement facts panel on your favorite prew-orkout product and you’ll most likely see the term “proprietary blend.” We want you to know what is in the scoop hence everything is transparent.
  • Clinical Doses-For the reasons detailed above, many supplement companies are moving toward transparency and axing proprietary blends. That’s a good thing. However, these companies are still guilty of grossly under-dosing ingredients. We provide you dosage in your clinical dose!
  • No Magical Concentrated Ingredients– Simple, if you need 2 grams of sugar to make the desert, how can it work fine with .5 grams? Exactly why we don’d do that. We provide ingredients in their proper dosages.

Uses & Benefits 

PERFORMANCE BLEND:-

L-Arginine,

AAKG (Arginine Alpha-ketoglutarate),

L-Citruline,

L-Carnitine

In the gym, the pump is EVERYTHING! There is no greater feeling while training than having your muscles totally engorged with nutrient carrying blood.

Arginine is responsible for increasing nitric oxide (NO) production, leading to improved strength, endurance, recovery, and muscle gains

L- Citruline is the most effective method of increasing

L-Arginine levels in the bodyL-carnitine reduces oxidative damage in the body’s nitric oxide (NO), it also enhances the activity of a key enzyme involved in your body’s NO production.

The net result is higher NO blood levels, which not only enhance energy during workouts, but also muscle recovery following workouts.

ENDURANCE BLEND:-

Beta Alanine,

Creatine Hcl &

Betaine

(Trimethlyglysine)

This Endurance blend is designed to push you to your ultimate limit, it will challenge you to go for that one more rep.

Beta Alanine is a modified amino that turns to Carnosine, which acts as an acid buffer for others additional reps in the gym.

Creatine is a magical molecule that can rapidly produce energy (ATP) to support cellular function,  benefit the brain, bones, muscles, and liver

Betaine as you know is amino acid Glycine with three methyl groups attached to it and is an osmoregulator like Creatine and has several other benefits

FOCUS BLEND:-

Caffeine &

Guarana Seed Extract

L-Tyrosine

For an intense workout it is utmost necessary that you are in the right state of mind, that’s where our Focus Blend comes into play-

Caffeine is the right ingredient to increase alertness, sharpen focus, improve mood & boost pain tolerance,

it is also a powerful stimulant, thus stimulating the central nervous system(CNS), heart, and muscles.

Guarana seeds also contain caffeine.

L-Tyrosine is a precursor to epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine, these hormones are heavily involved in the regulation of body function during physical stress and exercise.

Thus, perfect ingredients to prepare your mind & body for a rigorous workout.

Fruits & Natural Extracts Blend
A perfect blend of Fruit & Natural Extracts for fuller and faster absorption of other ingredients, increase nitric oxide  (NO) levels, improve performance and strength , develop focus and to take care of all the wear-&-tear of your muscles
N-acetyl cysteine
N-Acetyl Cysteine, also known as NAC, is an altered version of Cysteine. NAC is essential in replenishing and maintaining Glutathione levels in the body, which is an antioxidant that removes oxygen radicals from cells, which can cause cellular and tissue damage if they are allowed to remain in cells.NAC is also commonly used to treat liver failure.

 

Recommended Dosage 

Serving size- 20 g

1 scoop is enough for a beginner with not a lot of muscle mass. For advanced fitness enthusiasts it is safe to go upto 1.5 to 2 scoops. Anything above that is not tested. The service size is designed so that it works for both beginners and pros.

Warnings: Check with a qualified healthcare professional before taking this product. Do not use if you are sensitive to caffeine, pregnant or nursing a baby, under 18 years of age, have any known or suspected medical conditions, and/or if you are taking any prescription or OTC medications. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

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Description

Dynami Nutrition‘s Major Mass™ is an ultra-premium lean mass gainer, designed to support lean muscle growth. The formula behind Major Mass™ features an approximately 2:1 ratio of workout-feeding carbohydrates to lean muscle building protein, with 102.2 g of carbs per serving and 63.2 g of protein at 820 calories. Plus, we included 5 g of Creatine and essential vitamins and minerals supporting overall wellness. Major Mass™ can fuel your recovery from heavy training while replenishing the nutrients your body needs to keep on building.

Major Mass™ features Dynami Nutrition‘s signature ultra-premium protein formula to feed an athlete’s muscles with the essential protein building blocks. The carbohydrate blend provides the caloric support necessitated by extreme physical exertion, helping the body prepare for and support recovery from intense training. Healthy fats supply quick-burning fuel to satisfy the serious athlete’s energy demands. And all these high-quality ingredients come delivered with Dynami Nutrition‘s amazing flavors, producing one of the most mouth-watering mass-gaining shakes on the market.

Uses & Benefits

Whey Protein is used as a protein supplement. It is very useful for hitting targeted daily protein goals. Whey Protein is absorbed faster than other forms of protein, which means it also increases muscle protein synthesis used to break a fasted state.

Whey Protein also delivers a large amount of the amino acid L-cysteine, which can alleviate deficiencies that occur during aging and diabetes, as well as other conditions. While Whey Protein has also been claimed to increase fat loss, this is a function of protein, rather than the whey itself. This means that the whey itself does not reduce fat, but taking in more protein often aids with fat loss efforts.

Recommended Dosage 

Serving Size – 200 g (Daily Serving)

2 scoops (50 g each scoop) in the morning and 2 scoops(50 g each scoop) in the evening for promoting balanced absorption of nutrients.

The amount of whey protein to supplement depends on individual daily protein goals. For example:

  • If you are an athlete or highly active person attempting to lose body fat while preserving lean muscle mass, a daily intake of 1.5-2.2 g/kg body weight (0.68-1 g/lb body weight) is a good goal.
  • If you are not an athlete or highly active person, or you are attempting to lose body fat while preserving lean mass, then a daily intake of 1-1.5 g/kg body weight (0.45-0.68 g/lb body weight) is a good goal.
  • If you are sedentary and not looking to change body composition, a daily target of 0.8 g/kg body weight (0.36 g/lb body weight) is a good goal.

Things to Know 

  • If daily protein targets are achieved through dietary protein alone, supplementation is unnecessary.
  • Obese individuals should not follow the above recommendations, as body weight calculations would result in very high dosages. Obese people should calculate their protein targets based off of what their weight would be, assuming an overweight BMI
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Description

Dynami Nutrition’s BCAA-6k is purest BCAA with 2:1:1 blend of Leucine : Isoleucine : Valine

BCAA-6K is a stimulant free, BCAA formula designed to support endurance during your workout and aid in muscle recovery post training, It helps to activate protein synthesis while reducing catabolic muscle breakdown, so you can push your performance to the next level.

BCAA-6K is formulated with a high dose of L-leucine, which is the BCAA with the highest anabolic potential, as it contains ingredients that help increase muscle protein synthesis and build lean muscle mass when combined with weight training and diet

Supplementing BCAA prevents a serum decline in BCAA, which reduces fatigue during exercise.

  • 6 gms of Pure BCAA per serving
  • Support Endurance Training
  • Improve Workout Performance
  • Help Muscle Recovery & Repair
  • Initiate Muscle Protein Synthesis
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Description

Dynami Nutrition™‘s Gain Gold is an elite weight gainer, designed to support weight gain. The formula behind Gain Gold features an appropriate ratio of workout-feeding carbohydrates to lean muscle building protein, with 138.8 g of carbohydrate and 34.3 g of protein for 832 calories per daily serving. Plus, 5 g of Creatine and essential vitamins and minerals supporting your bulking goals. Gain Gold can fuel your recovery from heavy training while replenishing the nutrients your body needs to keep on building.

Gain Gold features Dynami Nutrition‘s signature premium protein formula to feed an athlete’s muscles with the essential protein building blocks. The carbohydrate blend provides the caloric support necessitated by extreme physical exertion, helping the body prepare for and support recovery from intense training. Healthy fats supply quick-burning fuel to satisfy the serious athlete’s energy demands. And all these high-quality ingredients come delivered with Dynami Nutrition‘s amazing flavors, producing one of the most mouth-watering mass-gaining shakes on the market.

Uses & Benefits 

Whey Protein is used as a protein supplement. It is very useful for hitting targeted daily protein goals. Whey Protein is absorbed faster than other forms of protein, which means it also increases muscle protein synthesis used to break a fasted state.

Whey Protein also delivers a large amount of the amino acid L-cysteine, which can alleviate deficiencies that occur during aging and diabetes, as well as other conditions. While Whey Protein has also been claimed to increase fat loss, this is a function of protein, rather than the whey itself. This means that the whey itself does not reduce fat, but taking in more protein often aids with fat loss efforts.

 Recommended Dosage 

Serving Size – 200 g (Daily Serving)

2 scoops (50 g each scoop) in the morning and 2 scoops(50 g each scoop) in the evening for promoting balanced absorption of nutrients.

The amount of whey protein to supplement depends on individual daily protein goals. For example:

  • If you are an athlete or highly active person attempting to lose body fat while preserving lean muscle mass, a daily intake of 1.5-2.2 g/kg body weight (0.68-1 g/lb body weight) is a good goal.
  • If you are not an athlete or highly active person, or you are attempting to lose body fat while preserving lean mass, then a daily intake of 1-1.5 g/kg body weight (0.45-0.68 g/lb body weight) is a good goal.
  • If you are sedentary and not looking to change body composition, a daily target of 0.8 g/kg body weight (0.36 g/lb body weight)is a good goal.

Things to Know 

  • If daily protein targets are achieved through dietary protein alone, supplementation is unnecessary.
  • Obese individuals should not follow the above recommendations, as body weight calculations would result in very high dosages. Obese people should calculate their protein targets based off of what their weight would be, assuming an overweight BMI.
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