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Is this suitable as a muscle growing?
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    Nandika is offline New Member
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    Exclamation Is this suitable as a muscle growing?

    I decided to use a multivitamin for muscle growing.
    I exercise daily.But I am a thin boy.
    I decided to get NATURA-VIGOR CENTURY 2000.

    This is the contents
    http://i60.tinypic.com/2n7ghmr.png

    Is this suitable for muscle growing?

    Thank in advance
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    That's not a bad supplement at all. It's got some things in there you need, that lot of people's diets these days don't supply enough of, however, it won't make you grow muscles any more than the potential of your genetics and exercise. But what it will do is help prevent bone and tissue injury by providing the nutrition they need to stay healthy. It will also help your body's own natural hormones which allow you to grow. However it lacks protein and other marcronutrients, so you should focus on learning all you can about healthy nutrition that will support your body's normal growth.

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    If you are going to be working out i would suggest an additional 100-200mg of magnesium or a nice Epsom salt bath after workouts which will allow your muscles to relax(and rebuild). More importantly than vitamin supplements is getting those vitamins from natural sources though. My 2 cents


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    Quote Originally Posted by quagmir View Post
    If you are going to be working out i would suggest an additional 100-200mg of magnesium or a nice Epsom salt bath after workouts which will allow your muscles to relax(and rebuild). More importantly than vitamin supplements is getting those vitamins from natural sources though. My 2 cents


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    I agree with this, extra magnesium is recommended. Also getting micronutrients from food is preferable, but it can be hard if you are surrounded by the standard American diet.

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