yeah, because a study is a definitive source.
Most hard training individuals will be deficient in zinc, which you will see benefits from supplementation
I didn’t say studies were definitive sources, but they shouldn’t be dismissed either. This study in particular was done with better procedure than the one that originally perpetuated the idea of ZMA being a god supplement. Does that mean that ZMA is worthless? No. However, the fact that ZMA does not have clinical evidence to support its weight as a mass gainer still stand. No pun intended.
As aforementioned if ZMA works for the individual then it boils down to a matter of price as most formulas as identical.[/quote]
Classifying ZMA as a mass-gainer is like trying to call Superfood a mass-gainer. That’s not really their purpose directly, but if deficient in one of the ingredients it can indirectly lead to improvements in mass