Many active people use nutritional supplements and drugs in the quest for improved performance and appearance. Most of these substances are ineffective and expensive, and many are dangerous. A balanced diet should be your primary nutritional strategy.
Below are links that provide additional information about the use of supplements during exercise:
Benefits and Side Effects of Steroid Use
Claims versus actual effects of performance aids
1Information pulled from www.strengthandfitnessuk.com
3Information is from the National Strength and Conditioning Association and LiveStrong.org
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