Losing weight and gaining muscle mass are different goals. I would advise you to first lose weight, minimize body fat, and only then build muscle.
For weight loss will be useful:
Suitable for muscle growth:
Initially, you need to correctly build your diet in accordance with your fitness goals, and then add any sports supplements.
For example, in the process of drying with maximum preservation of muscle mass, you will have to increase the proportion of proteins in the diet + include vitamin and mineral complexes. Otherwise, your hormones and joints will quickly fly. Moreover, you run the risk of losing weight by losing muscle mass, and not by reducing body fat.
To grow muscle, you will also need to increase the proportion of protein in the diet, but first of all you need to correctly build a training program.
By the way, the fat burners recommended by other authors of the answers give no more than 5-10% to the result.
Moreover, with prolonged use, these sports supplements introduce a serious imbalance in the work of the central nervous system - after about 2-3 weeks of taking, drowsiness, irritability, nervousness begins to roll over.
In this case, it is better to abandon the "fat cells" for a while.
To quickly build muscle, it is enough to eat more protein.
About 2 grams per kilogram of body weight per day.
BCAA amino acids also do not interfere, creatine is simply needed.
Vitamins, including for joints and omega 3 for heart, will not interfere.
In general, you need to constantly eat and eat protein and carbohydrates.
If you eat very, very much, as well as take protein shakes, BCAA, vitamins, creatine and casein (or cottage cheese, at night), you will grow by leaps and bounds.
By the way, creatine is a very cool thing. Feel the burst of strength and muscle growth.
In general, gaining muscle mass is easy: just eat more and exercise in the gym.
I hope I was able to help you and now you roughly understand that must be eaten.