You are taking Mutant Whey as advised – post-training to aid recovery and renew muscle mass. Within thirty minutes after your training session is best. Please note: you can take whey protein at any time during the day that poses a nutritional gap, . mid-morning or mid-afternoon. You can also consume whey as part of breakfast, so one to three servings is recommendable. BCAAs can be taken before, during and after training, to minimise muscle catabolism, so taking BCAA as an intra-workout product is ideal. There are a number of ways to take creatine, according to your individual routine/goals. Generally, the recommended method is to take 3g prior to exercise, and another 3g post exercise, so this is how you would take Creakong. It is usually not necessary (or advisable) to use more than one creatine product at a time (such as Cre-X12, which is a carb. powder with added creatine and electrolytes). Medi Evil Excalibur is a fat-burning product which also functions as a pre-workout formula; it should not be used in conjunction with any other stimulant-based product, . Stimutant, and should be taken in accordance with its specified guidelines: “For best results, take one to two capsules in the morning one hour before food every day for six days. Break for one day and then repeat the process. This capsule may be large for some people, but can be consumed by separating the shell and pouring the contents into a small amount of water.” I hope the above information assists in answering your question.
One of the many reasons I recommend that people get their protein from meat, seafood, or eggs, as opposed to whey protein supplements, is that I consider these foods to have a superior nutrient profile. Protein-rich whole foods have a lower protein density than whey protein powders, but contrary to what some people think, this is probably a good thing, at least from a health standpoint (As pointed out throughout this article). Moreover, if you eat fish, grass-fed meat, and eggs, you’re getting important nutrient (., essential fatty acids) that you don’t get from whey protein supplements.
Carb Matrix (Maltodextrin, Dextrose monohydrate, Fructose) Protein Matrix (Whey protein concentrate, Soy protein isolate, Egg albumen, Calcium caseinate, Milk protein concentrate) Creatine monohydrate L-glycine B-Hydroxy B-methylbutyric acid (HMB) Betaalanine Branch Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) powder Tri-calcium phosphate Magnesium lactate Tri-potassium citrate Stabiliser (cellulose gum) Sodium chloride Taurine Sweeteners (Sucralose, Acesulfame-K) L-Glutamine Avena sativa Vitamin blend (Ascorbic acid, Pteroyl-l-glutamate, D-alpha tocopherol, Nicotinamide, D-calcium pantothenate, Retinyl palmitate, Methylcobalamine, Biotin, Cholecalciferol) Glutamine peptide (Gluten) Anti-caking agent (Silicon dioxide) Zinc bisglycinate Tolerase™L (pH-stable lactase) Allergens: Cow’s milk. Whey may contain traces of soya protein (from lecithin). - See more at: http://-/en/muscle-fuel-anabolic#