There was a time when medicines, shakes, and powders were marketed to bodybuilders and athletes. Even today in every gym, health store, and supermarket you can find items that are claimed to be extremely effective for building slimming stamina and strengthening muscles. Many products on the market mislead our new generation. Nowadays companies make a lot of claims but most people do not know that these companies do not follow the Food and Regulations for making supplements. In this way, it is very difficult to determine which product is right and which is harmful to health.

Today even a 15-year-old child uses products that are better for the health of a 30-year-old child. Gym counselors or trainers do not care because they care about their fees. By taking these supplements, the youth improve their health, but after a few years, these supplements cause diabetes, heart, and kidney problems and the person has to start medicine to prevent the disease.

Loss of supplements

- Digestion of the digestive system.

- weight gain.

- Reduction in blood pressure.

- Affecting the kidney.

- liver damage.

- Increased risk of cancer.

- Dehydration.

- Pimples or pimples.

- hair fall.

High protein intake

Protein is an important part of our diet. Protein plays an important role in the creation and maintenance of all body tissues, including muscles. The Department of Health advises adults to avoid daily intake of protein (55 grams for men and 45 grams for women). A high protein diet can harm the kidneys as it can make it difficult for the body to eliminate all the waste products of protein metabolism and can lead to major kidney problems. Prolonged high protein intake may increase the risk of osteoporosis and kidney damage.