So I was just wondering how do vegetarians get creatine in their bodies. Is it generated naturally or is there something we can consume that can help boost its level?
I workout regularly and hard, and I've been using whey protein for quite sometime and haven't had any side effects, it has helped me a lot actually, but I do not intend to take any other supplement.
So what else can I do to enhance my performance and gains?
Thank you so much!
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You can surely increase your muscle performance with a vegetarian diet... you can follow following tips that may help you to some extent but for proper result you need to follow a personalized plan under an expert advice.
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Tips are as follow
1. Eat five or six small meals per day that not only include protein, but also a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, vegetable oils and plenty of water.
2. More than half your calories each day should come from quality carbohydrates, which fuel your muscles.
3. Fats are necessary for supplying energy to muscles during workouts. Good sources of fat include olive oil, almonds, walnuts, avocados and canola oil.
4. Find a registered dietitian nutritionist who can work with you to create a personalized vegetarian eating plan that meets your individual needs.
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