Let’s talk about Preworkout’s effect on liver enzymes. If you’re working out, chances are that you already have tried preworkout at some point of your training. And though these products have personally helped me. I want to shed the light on another side of these supplements, a side that is often overlooked by everyone in the industry.
Most pre-workouts have Niacine. One of the functions of Niacine is to help during intense activity. There are rare sideffect of high dose of Niacine, but the first indicator is the flushing sensation that you feel when you take your pre-workout.
Here’s the problem now, you can have elevated liver enzymes by taking high dose of Niacine. So if you found out that you’re tired after work, and that you actually need to take a preworkout, that has Niacine. Make sure you know that it may elevate your liver enzymes. Also make sure you tell your healthcare provider. Before you send them on a wild goose chase.