Most prospective body builders are quite concerned as to when they should start consuming extra protein and body building supplements after they have begun body building on a regular basis to increase their size and mass. Before you start body building on a regular basis, the first step you should take is to create a diet plan which will contain all the food stuff that will help your body grow when you start working out. Not only would you be needing proteins in your diet, but also vitamins and minerals to catalyze the muscle enriching process.rad140
Start consuming a diet rich in nutrition and which is natural, and does contain a lot of proteins but negligible amounts of carbohydrates and fats. When you start performing your exercises, you will also have to start modifying your diet in accordance with the intensity of your exercise. Natural proteins can be obtained through Fish, meat, mushrooms, beans and cream. After you have adopted such a diet, and if you feel that you still need to do something to catalyze your body building process, you should then decide on whether you need to consume body building supplements. If you have a very vigorous workout routine, you might really need to start taking them for additional energy to maintain your performance and endurance levels.
But once you have started working out on a regular basis, you should continue with it too regardless of the fact that you are consuming the body building supplements. You can also decide whether the body supplements are really helping you or not by undertaking an intensive exercise that allows you to work very hard within a very short time period. Not only will you be able to judge whether the body supplements have had any positive influence on your work out capabilities and muscles but also whether your strength and endurance levels have increased. But if you feel in any way that the supplements have not really helped, stop their consumption immediately for the time being, but this is not a guarantee that they would not help you in the future.