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  • Jul, 2020
    • Jul 24, 2020
      Whey is a natural, low lactose protein derived from cow's milk. It boasts the highest concentrations of branched chain amino acids ❨BCAA's❩ and Biological Value ❨BV❩ of all proteins.
    • Jul 24, 2020
      This is important because adiponectin is a protein hormone which modulates a number of metabolic processes, including glucose regulation and fatty acid catabolism. Past research into adiponectin has shown that your levels of adiponectin are inversely correlated with your body fat percentage.
  • Aug, 2017
    • Aug 28, 2017
      ZMA has become a number one supplement used by strength and power athletes, bodybuilders and endurance athletes. Research shows that this blend of nutrients raises testosterone levels, increases strength, and accelerates gains in muscle size.
    • Aug 28, 2017
      Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin with four major functions in the body. It helps cells reproduce normally.It is required for vision; vitamin A maintains healthy cells in various structures of the eye.It is required for normal growth and development of the embryo and fetus, influencing genes.
    • Aug 28, 2017
      Zinc is a mineral that is vital to many biological functions such as immune resistance, wound healing, digestion, reproduction, physical growth, diabetes control, taste and smell.
    • Aug 28, 2017
      Epimedium, also known as Rowdy Lamb Herb, Barrenwort, Bishop's Hat, Horny Goat Weed, or Yin Yang Huo ❨Chinese: 淫羊藿❩, is a genus of about 60 or more species of herbaceous flowering plants in the family Berberidaceae .
    • Aug 28, 2017
      Is a powerful antioxidant that prevents oxidation of Lipids❨fats❩. Fat oxidation has been implicated in the process that leads to atherosclerosis.
    • Aug 28, 2017
      Sunlight is the primary source of Vitamin D.A very small number of foods naturally contain Vitamin D;Recent studies in humans have provided evidence that Vitamin D3 ❨cholecalciferol from animal sources❩ is more efficient than vitamin D2 from plant sources.
    • Aug 28, 2017
      Vitamin C ❨Ascorbic Acid❩: is an antioxidant that is required for metabolic functions, including tissue growth and repair, adrenal gland function, and healthy gums.
    • Aug 28, 2017
      B-complex vitamins act as coenzymes, helping enzymes to react chemically with substances that are involved in energy production. The B vitamins should always be taken together.
    • Aug 28, 2017
      Thermogenics are more commonly referred to as fat burners. These are supplements that increase the body's adipose ❨fat❩ tissue metabolism, generating heat and increase core body temperature ❨thermogenesis❩.
    • Aug 28, 2017
      To treat irritable bowel syndrome ❨IBS❩, most doctors recommend that patients consume dietary fibre to help keep the bowels active. A new controlled trial suggests that the type of fibre consumed is important.
    • Aug 28, 2017
      Components in pumpkin seed oil appear able to interrupt this triggering of prostate cell multiplication by testosterone and DHT. The prostate-helpful components found in the oil extracts are definitely found in the seeds;
    • Aug 28, 2017
      Panax ginseng is a member of the Araliaceae family of plants, which includes the closely related American ginseng and less similar Siberian ginseng. Panax ginseng commonly grows on mountain slopes and is usually harvested in the fall.
    • Aug 28, 2017
      Hippocrates used Oregano for curing various diseases such as stomach pain and respiratory diseases. In the 15th century, Paracelsus used Wild Oregano to treat diarrhoea, psoriasis, vomiting, jaundice, and fungal diseases.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      The most important factor for anyone trying to change their body composition is nutrition; not training. This article will outline clearly and specifically how to change your body's composition through nutrition.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      The most important factor for anyone trying to change their body composition is nutrition; not training. This article will outline clearly and specifically how to increase muscularity through nutrition.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin with four major functions in the body: ❨1❩ It helps cells reproduce normally. ❨2❩ It is required for vision; vitamin A maintains healthy cells in various structures of the eye .
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Whey is a natural, low lactose protein derived from cow's milk. It boasts the highest concentrations of branched chain amino acids ❨BCAA's❩ and Biological Value ❨BV❩ of all proteins.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Bodybuilders have long relied upon protein powders to insure they are getting high enough levels of amino acids that are necessary to build and repair muscle.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      The most important factor for anyone trying to change their body composition is nutrition; not training. This article will outline clearly and specifically how to loose fat through better nutrition.
    • Aug 26, 2017
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    • Aug 26, 2017
      Digestive enzymes help the body to break down and use the nutrients from fats, carbs, proteins, sugars and fibers. They are produced by the body, mainly in the pancreas, but also the stomach and salivary glands to act on food in the stomach, mouth and small intestine.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      reatine is naturally found in the human body. It stores the essential source of energy ❨ATP❩ for all your muscles. The more saturation of creatine in your muscle, the more energy ❨ATP❩ your muscle has, which translates into more muscular power and endurance!
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Is a vitamin like substance found in all parts of the body, the action of which resembles that of vitamin E. It may be an even more powerful antioxidant. It is also called ubiquinone. There are ten common substances designated as coenzyme Q's but coenzyme Q10 is the only one found in human tissue.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Chromium is an essential trace mineral that works with insulin to support healthy blood glucose levels and plays an important role in the proper utilization of protein, fat and carbohydrates.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Adenosine prepares the body for sleep by curbing the interacting between nerve cells and by widening blood vessels to increase the flow of oxygen. Receptors on the surface of the brain cells cannot tell the difference between Adenosine and caffeine.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Among the most beneficial and effective supplements in any sports nutrition program are branched chain amino acids. These are the essential amino's: leucine, isoleucine, and valine.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Maca is a nutritional supplement and functional food made from Maca, a root vegetable cultivated by indigenous people in the High Andes of Bolivia. Maca has been cultivated in the Andes for thousands of years.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      5-HTP ❨5-hydroxytrptophan❩ is the precursor of the neurotransmitter serotonin. Serotonin plays an important role in the regulation of mood, appetite, and body temperature.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Nutrition and supplementation are main ingredients in the recipe for building muscle. For bodybuilders and athletes the saying you are what you eat is a reality. Nutrition is everything if you hope to realize gains from your time in the gym. Avoid the following pitfalls to ensure you are getting the
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Adding muscle mass by weight training raises your metabolic rate, helping you to burn more fat during training, as well as during rest.
    • Aug 26, 2017
      Don't necessarily go on a 'program' or 'diet'. When you start a program, it implies that it has to end at some point. If you want to lose body-fat and be healthy for the rest of your life, make changes that you can could stick to indefinitely.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      If you want to get big, you have to eat big, but you'll need to know exactly when to eat and what supplements to use to take advantage of every opportunity you have to pack on mass.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      The first step to getting lean is to see where you're coming from initially by means of measuring your body fat. For women, a body fat percentage greater than 22% is on the high level and for men; greater than 15% is high.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      Your metabolic rate -- the speed at which you burn calories -- has a major effect on your body composition. If your metabolism tends to be on the slow side, you'll likely struggle to build mass without putting on body fat.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      Seniors looking to get more bang for their exercise buck may benefit from popping an over-thecounter nutritional supplement every day, according to new research.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      Getting in shape is tough. If it wasn't, everybody would look like a cover model. Eating right is the first step to achieving a healthy physique. The challenge for most people is eating right.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      ZMA has become a number one supplement used by strength and power athletes, bodybuilders and endurance athletes. Research shows that this blend of nutrients raises testosterone levels, increases strength, and accelerates gains in muscle size.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      Tribulus Terrestris is a plant that grows in some moderate climates and tropical areas of the world. In studies, it has shown impressive results in enhancing natural testosterone levels over 40%.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      The main focus in the supplement industry has always been creating the perfect anabolic environment. The key factors include supplying the nutrients we need to grow, and obtaining the maximum of our natural hormone levels.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      Probiotics are strains of good bacteria, which help the digestive system work more efficiently. There are over 400 different species that make their homes in humans. Most of these bacteria are not harmful to us, in fact they contribute to human development.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      Digestive enzymes help the body to break down and use the nutrients from fats, carbs, proteins, sugars and fibers. They are produced by the body, mainly in the pancreas, but also the stomach and salivary glands to act on food in the stomach, mouth and small intestine.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      Creatine is a metabolite produced in the body composed of amino acids. Approximately 95% of the concentration is found in skeletal muscle in two forms: creatine phosphate and free chemically unbound Creatine. The remaining 5% of the Creatine stored in the body is found in the brain and heart.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      Vasodilators or Nitric Oxide (NO2) producers open up (dilate) blood vessels for up to 24 hours. With your blood vessels expanded, more blood flows to your muscles, making you look fuller, shapelier and more vascular.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      L-Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid within the human body. While we do produce Glutamine in our livers, a vast body of scientific research indicates that we do not produce enough to replenish Glutamine losses in muscle tissue and blood within any reasonable time period.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      This article is written for ""the ectomorph"" also known as ""a hardgainer"" but can be used by anyone who is trying to pack on mass.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      When someone has the goal of becoming more muscular, they have to methodically plan out their nutrition, and of course, their training.
    • Aug 25, 2017
      First and foremost, before beginning any new exercise program be sure to consult your physician to be certain there are no unknown factors that may prevent you from exercising or limit your success.