While Mass Gainers and Whey Protein shakes are widely regarded as the best muscle building and weight gain supplements, there are many other supplements that can help you reach your goals faster.
Supplements indeed make only a small part of your diet, but using the right supplements in the right way can largely impact the rate at which you build muscle. In this article, the particular supplement that I’ll talk about is Creatine. Starting from what is creatine, we’ll see how creatine and weight gain are related, does creatine make you gain weight, or is it safe to add creatine to your supplement stack or not.
Creatine, or any other supplement for that matter, only works if your nutrition and workout is on point. This means if you’re not engaging your muscles properly in the gym, or if your diet in terms of whole food is not right, supplements aren’t going to do the magic.
Before including supplements in your diet, always make sure that you’re getting at least 80-90% of your caloric and macro-nutrient requirements through high quality whole foods.
Coming over to the process of weight gain, it may seem easy for people to put on healthy weight, but it is not. For hard-gainers and people with high metabolism, gaining healthy weight takes a lot of patience and a regular supply of calorie surplus for a period of time. In simple words – you need to eat more calories than what your body burns in a day. THE EXTRA CALORIES = WEIGHT GAIN.