3 Supplements You Aren't Taking BUT Should Consider!



We hear about the same 2 or 3 science backed supplements over and over… are there any others with solid evidence?

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The “Basic” 3:

▹ Creatine:
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▹ Whey Protein:
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▹ Caffeine:
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The 3 “Extras”

▹ Turmeric Extract (Curcumin)
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▹ Fish Oil
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▹ Ashwagandha
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About me: I’m a Canadian natural pro bodybuilder and internationally-qualified powerlifter with a BSc in biochemistry/chemistry and a passion for science. I’ve been training for 12 years drug-free. I’m 5’5 and fluctuate between 160 lbs (lean) and 180 lbs (bulked).

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Disclaimers: Jeff Nippard is not a doctor or a medical professional. Always consult a physician before starting any exercise program. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Jeff Nippard will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death.

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47 comments

  1. Hey everybody! So this video started out as a totally unscripted conversation between Ben and me (I didn't even let him know the questions ahead of time lol… which I think really speaks to his genuine knowledge base) but I decided to do something a little more creative with it. If you liked this shortened, more post-produced interview format, please let me know by commenting below! As usual, all the relevant links are in the description. Enjoy!

  2. I keep kosher and meat cost too much, for that and other reasons I follow kosher pescatarian. I track everything I consume. Fish oil I supplement but probably don’t need to since I eat salmon 3-5 times a week. What I did not know was that I was deficient in choline. I can notice a difference in cognitive functioning after adding this. I would recommend someone who consumes little or no meat take choline into account. I am not in the medical field, check with someone who does it for a living, this is what I have found worked for me.

  3. I have read there is multiple ways to take ashwagandha for example at night, with a meal, on a empty stomach in the morning. What would you advise for bodybuilding rather then using to help with sleep and stress?

  4. L-carnitine, Ashwagandha and Krill Oil have been an absolute game change for me. Wish I had discovered them sooner.

  5. Consistency is definitely the key… I work out 2-3 months a year regularly and then always stop for some reason ?

  6. Consistency is definitely the key… I work out 2-3 months a year regularly and then always stop for some reason ?

  7. Consistency is definitely the key… I work out 2-3 months a year regularly and then always stop for some reason ?

  8. If you can get FRESH TURMERIC ROOT it is incredible!!

    I get a lot of inflammation and migraines at "that time of the month" & have been taking some of the strongest painkillers and migraine medications for years now.

    I got some fresh turmeric root and, in sheer desperation, ate some whole and fresh when a pre-migraine headache started. Within half an hour I was back to being fine!!

    Ever since then I have looked for every way possible to add turmeric to my diet. I drink turmeric tea every morning without fail and have the powdered form to add to cooking.

    I highly recommend turmeric to anyone who wants a natural way to decrease inflammation and even reduce or prevent headaches/migraines without the use of drugs.

  9. I wasted so much gains by having a lousy diet. As soon as I started following the Agoge Diet, I started building muscle fast.

  10. I wasted so much gains by having a lousy diet. As soon as I started following the Agoge diet, I started increasing muscle fast.

  11. I always considered myself a hard gainer, but the reality was I had always had a lousy diet. As soon as I started following the Agoge diet, I started gaining muscle fast!

  12. 3 supplements:
    Turmeric Extract (Anti-Inflammatory, aids digestion)
    Beta-Alanine (recommended for endurance events)
    Fish oil (duh)
    Ashwagandha (reduced anxiety/stress)

  13. .6g of ash isn't gonna boost anything in the testosterone area. The test done, the people were taking upwards of 5g of ash and they had roughly 1.2% gains in testosterone.

  14. Hi, have you considered this diet plan called the Okibetonic Secrets? My friend says it helps people lost a lot of weight. Is that possible? I also noticed many excellent review relating to this diet plan. Thoughts?

  15. After lifting for 3 years straight, I have developed Tendonitis in my elbows. 1500mg of Tumeric daily (pills with the black pepper for better absorption) is my only relief. Try to stay away from ibuprofen and other anti inflammatory meds.

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