put them all in a blender and let it rip for about 30 seconds, i know it may sound nasty but it really goes down easy.
heh, dude, you’re talking to a guy who eats oats dry so as to save time, along with drinking olive oil straight out of the jar and blending up vegetables with water just so it’ll take less time, lol.
but yeah, my diet consists of all the simple things: fruits, veggies, ff/lf dairy, eggs, steak, chicken, nuts, oats, and the oils, nothing else.
also, reason i ask if they’re really necessary until about 2-3 years once reaching a close potential naturally is cuz, while my family is wealthy enough and has plenty of money to give me, i don’t like thinking i can do w/e with it. i’m really frugal with my money, and the only things i use it on are gas and food.
As well, i plan on being an elementary education teacher, along with maybe a personal trainer or waiter once out of college, so while i’ll be making decent money (~40k a year), it won’t be enough to just get all the supplements in the world, assuming i want to start a family some day and give my kids all i was able to have growing up. So that’s just why i ask if they’re really necessary until like close to natural potential.
P.S. I’ll never take steroids, that’s why i’m wondering about natural potential and all.[/quote]
You start with a fairly decent question and then rant on about the wealth of your family and wanting to be a waiter.
You think that 2-3 years of training brings you to the brink of physical potential.
You claim to eat nothing but what yoiu have listed, yet you sit at 172 and 15% bf.
Here’s the scoop.
What is you’re freaking goal? You never need one supp. to work towards your genetic potential. Your present ht/wt would put you below the national average. How about you concentrate on eating smart and maximizing your workouts and rest periods, before you worry about depriving your future kids of their entitled upbringing because you ingest fish oil or whey protein.