Sports and Fitness Support: Enhancing Performance
Other Proposed Natural Treatments
- Antioxidant Vitamins
- Branched-chain Amino Acids (BCAAs)
- Coenzyme Q 10
- Cystoseira canariensis
- Deer Antler
- Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)
- Dihydroxyacetone Pyruvate (DHAP)
- Gamma Oryzanol
- Human Growth Hormone Enhancers
- Lipoic Acid
- Low Glycemic Index Diet
- Ma Huang (Ephedra)
- Medium-Chain Triglycerides (MCTs)
- Ornithine Alpha-Ketoglutarate (OKG)
- Panax notoginseng
- Pantothenic Acid/Pantethine
- Rhodiola rosea
- Tribulus terrestris
- Whey Protein
Principal Proposed Natural Treatments
Other Proposed Natural Treatments
Branched-chain Amino Acids: Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine
Other Amino Acids
Coenzyme Q 10
Stimulants: Ma Huang and Caffeine
Not Recommended Treatments
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