I would try the shit out of Plazma and Mag-10 if I could afford them and if they delivered to Singapore(if I was rich enough, I could just get them delivered, just saying). The way some of the articles mention them, it makes them seem like god damn magic. That being said, I don't take any supplements at the moment as much as I'd like to buy some protein, I can't afford to.
I don't get the need for supplementation for most of you folks living in western countries. For example, the US and Australia, I'm using them as examples cause I've actually been there. I've been to both countries and the food available to the average man/woman seems perfectly reasonable for building muscle. The only reason I can see why someone would get supplements is if they're really cheap enough to outweight the cost.
For reference, here's what we eat in my gains forsaken country.
In both examples, the average man eats a measly 70g of protein a day. 70g of protein, are you kidding me?
Oh and to highlight how ridiculous this is, let me quote the article for you.
So if you need about 1500 calories a day and you are eating on average, about 1692, you are not going to be morbidly obese or anything. You might find your work pants getting a little tighter day by day but it will not something that you’ll really be too concerned about. And that’s the problem with most Singaporeans I think. In general, our calorie consumptions may be a little high but not excessively high enough to warrant everyone to be up in arms against high calorie consumption.
1500 calories for a grown ass man. Who only needs 1500 calories?
No wonder the average man here weighs in the mid to high 60kgs at a height of 171cm.
HELL, WE EVEN HAVE A MODIFIED BMI SYSTEM(which is completely broken btw) and according to said system, I am overweight. The fuck. Sorry for the rant but this gets into my next point of...
I get beyond unreasonably upset when someone tells me they can't eat enough to stimulate growth.
SHOVE YOUR FACE WITH FOOD YOU DUMB ASS