Analysation is one of the things that will help anyone understand anything. As it relates to supplementation and nutritional responses to exercise, it's crucial to analyse things to maximise development. There are so many supplements out there and most people only know the bare minimum of what they do - let alone if they even have an effect on the people who take them. For a natural, I find it interesting to see what can be done to get the most out of my BBing experience. I bet there's more than beta alanine and I aim to find it.
I can appreciate that. I'm just trying to remind you that while something may sound fruitful on paper, there are tons of mitigating factors in real life that you need to consider as well. There are many supplements that should be like steroids or even better, but in real life they have nearly zero effect.
I used to research things up the wazoo but now I just stick to the basics. There are a few exotic supplements out there that'll give you a marginal edge, but beyond creatine and beta alanine there isn't much. I used to receive tons of free product from various companies and I've tried everything under the sun. There are some great pre workout products and whatnot, but there's nothing too spectacular. And if you're looking at the science of the matter, nothing has more science than creatine and caffeine. They're both great on paper and in practice. Beta alanine is also getting a lot of scientific exposure and in real life, it performs just as well as what you'll read in the studies. Beyond that, there's a lot of shifty shit to read through. A lot of it is nothing like what'll happen in real life, sadly enough.