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Excerpt: I'm 14 years old and I would like to start training and take creatine and protein shakes, do you think I'm to young for supplements? if not besides creatine and protein what others products can I take for strength and muscle mass, thank you.

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    too young for supplements?

    I'm 14 years old and I would like to start training and take creatine and protein shakes, do you think I'm to young
    for supplements? if not besides creatine and protein what others products can I take for strength and muscle mass, thank you.

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    Re: too young for supplements?

    Food above anything else

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    Re: too young for supplements?

    i never used supplements at your age at all man.

    you should consider joining your weight lifting team at school of they have that.. if not have your parents sign you up at a local gym that allows kids your age.

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    Re: too young for supplements?

    I think I used something around 17-18. Inosine and then a weight gainer

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    Re: too young for supplements?

    You really don't need to waste your money at such a young age. While you wont hurt yourself from taking creatine and protein, just eating right and training will bring you great gains.



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    Re: too young for supplements?

    Supplements at your age aren't needed - but they won't hurt you either.

    The only other supplement I would recommend is fish oil. Whey protein, creatine and fish oil would be a very effective and budget friendly stack for someone your age

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    Re: too young for supplements?

    Just eat alot of good whole foods and continue to train and grow.

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