Everyone else has taken the conservative approach, so I will take the more liberal approach w/ regards to supplements because you have written “what else?” and it seems that you have both the bankroll and enthusiasm to supply his supplements.
Things I wish I knew about in high school:
(Biotest’s BCAA, Scivation’s Xtend, and Xtreme Formulation’s I.C.E.)
(Biotest’s Flameout and Carlson’s Liquid Omega 3)
Supplements are not the answer, but can help. None of the above will harm your son, they will only help (and can help immensely). If you have questions about the use of said supplements, please ask.
As mentioned above, the creatine cannot be tested for, detected, etc., creatine is a naturally occurring substance in the body and can also be found in red meat. There is no danger from its use. If your school forcefully opposes it, and you wish to respect its wishes, feel free to omit it.
The food recommendations everyone else has listed are sufficient for his age.
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I agree with this, especially the supps. BUT…you should keep a policy that while they are not harmfull, he should not TELL people he takes the creatine.
As for the food…he’s 15, so big breakfast, good lunch, lots of milk and a BIG dinner. If he downs a protein drink at night that is GREAT!
The rest should take care of itself.
BTW…I wish I had a Dad as into my progam in HS as much as you are. Be carefull though to not get TOO involved, as he may want a little independance from Daddy.