Originally Posted by xXInsanePowerXX
Hello General Discussion, I've been working out more often now, an I've noticed muscle gains. But I've heard protein supplements help build muscle an burn more fat. Is that true?
Because I'm looking to slim down a little bit more and build some more muscle.
I don't know a lot about this type of stuff, but I'm not so sure if supplements help you burn more fat. If you want to lower your body fat, make sure you do cardiovascular activities; go jogging, use a jump-rope, go swimming, play sports, etc. And make sure you eat right; eat the least amount of salt possible, don't eat too many calories, etc. A lot of people don't think it's as important to eat right than it is to exercise regularly, I would say it's the opposite. Also, remember that muscle weighs more than fat. So if you are trying to lower your body fat while gaining muscle, don't be surprised if your mass increases.