I’ll be very honest here. There is nothing fancy about post workout nutrition. Simply mix some whey protein, maltodextrin (and / or dextrose), kool aid, with some plain creatine and you’ll be experiencing amazing results at a fraction of the price of retail supplements. Simply go to your local bulk food store to pick up these ingredients. If you're interested in making your own supplements, try downloading Jeff Anderson’s book “ Home Made Supplement Secrets ”. Jeff has 27 knock off recipes from some of the top supplement companies such as Muscle Tech, BSN, Cytosport, and a bunch of others. Take a look at my review of this book at:
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Anabolic Halo does all the things you’d expect a post-workout formula to do (quick muscle recovery, muscle building and strengthening, etc.) and more. With Glutamine [ 1 ] , ModCarb Slow-Digesting Carbohydrate [ 2 ] , Creatine Monohydrate [ 3 ] , and Active Digestive compounds [ 4 ] , Anabolic Halo is able to provide your body with ingredients that can aid in the recovery process. What other post-workout formula will take care of your insulin and testosterone receptors? Once you take Anabolic Halo, you’ll see for yourself that you can’t have an effective and beneficial workout without it.