Performance improvements and muscular growth are contingent upon both the stimulus from training and the availability of nutritional resources to recover. Most would agree that it is important to manage what we put into our bodies if we expect to get the most from our carefully planned diets and rigorous training regimes.
Although it is generally better to stick to whole single-ingredient foods and avoid items that come in wrappers or boxes, understanding the labeling information on the foods we consume is valuable. This knowledge will likely have an impact on your health and your body-composition if and when you choose to consume these items. First, we must distinguish the difference between two types of labels; “Supplement Facts” and “Nutrition Facts”.