Our expert says:
None, I agree with the previous commenter. Spend the money seeing a dietician, get that sorted out and make sure you're training well.
You're being "baffled" by the clever marketing messages these companies put out to sell their products. There is fundamentally no difference between these products, but there is also little evidence that they do what they proclaim, and all signs suggest that eating well does the same.
So my advice is sort out the other issues first. If you genuinely feel you need one, then your choice is made on the basis of price and taste, but steer clear of these "sensational products, like the IGF1. They're just conning you anyway.
Diet and exercise, the way to go.
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