It's because you're logged into Imagedump, dumbfuck. You've posted that picture and link to that book in other threads, and you've been told numerous times that it doesn't work. Are you really this stupid?
Here's some factual spouting for you, that doesn't require buying that hokey ass book you're touting:
Eat less carbs.
Exercise more with compound exercises.
There are no "miracle exercises."
No supplements are required. Not your faggy spirulina, or even creatine, or multivitamins.
It's got a good ratio (800 to 400,) and tested good for contaminants. There's no reason to pay a lot for fish oil, just make sure you're buying one with a proper ratio that's been tested for contaminants.
Wrong, champ. Creatine works, end of story. You're trolling if you say otherwise, and I won't argue it any further. The research is out there. Beta alanine and caffeine certainly aren't placebos, either, as you can most definitely feel them.
I haven't stopped eating them, just way less, and no sugary desserts. I have experimented with zero carb before (short keto diets,) and yeah, I've actually dreamed about eating junkfood a couple of weeks in. I eat whole wheat spaghetti on occasion (which probably still isn't great for you,) or oatmeal in milk for breakfast.
I find eating shit like bananas (obviously some sugar,) and things like sugar-free popsicles help a lot.
Absolutely. There are much better options, if you want to supplement protein. The pre-mixed shit is especially a ripoff. They sell those bottles for $4 at the gym, although you can buy them cheaper in bulk. Fuck the bulk price, even.
Buy 2+ pound containers of dry protein, if you're gonna buy it. I was buying Optimum Nutrition chocolate for the longest time, and I loved it, even considered it a dessert of sorts, but I completely burned out on it. The thought of even drinking it now makes me shudder. I drank one in the morning and one post workout (whey only.)
Horse, as they say, shit. 99 percent of supplements are absolute trash. There are only a handful of decent ones, and they're cheap.
Creatine: It works, and it's cheap. $20 will get you enough to last a year or more. If you're one of the people who says it doesn't work, you've probably never tried it. It's been proven by legitimate research. You can also damn well feel it in the gym, the effect it has on how fast your muscles tire is measurable.
I don't even consider protein a "supplement" as such, as it's essentially just food. I burned out on it, and I haven't bought any since this past summer. It's not even needed if you eat enough. I eat chicken and tuna instead now.
Fish oil: Lots of people in weightlifting recommend it, and it's good for overall health, but it has dubious benefits to weightlifting. I take it anyway, since it's good for your heart.
Preworkout energy drink, with caffeine or beta alanine: These are, again, simple supplements that just work. I do not take caffeine, as I don't drink any caffeine drinks. I work out at night, and if I even so much have a glass of iced tea past 5 P.M., I can't go to sleep until about 1 A.M. They're great for people who have a tolerance to caffeine or workout earlier. I hate the way caffeine makes me feel.
I take Purple Wraath, which is just one of many beta alanine + BCAA supplements out there. It's nothing fancy, but it will give you some extra energy.
You don't NEED to take any of these to get results, but the FACT of the fucking matter is, you WILL workout consistently harder while taking creatine and beta alanine (or caffeine, if that's your bag.)