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By the time all men hit the age of 30, testosterone begins to decline in the body. When this happens, your energy, libido, mood, and unfortunately muscle mass decline as well. It doesn’t need to!Read More
By On March 08 In Health and Well Being
In a perfect world: You lead a healthy lifestyle. You exercise, eat your fruits and veggies, take care of yourself. Why should you have to supplement? Aren’t you getting that from the foods you consume? Aren’t you so healthy that your body wouldn’t dare drain itself of essential nutrients? Sure—in a perfect world. In this world, it is not possible for the food we eat to provide all the nutrition we need, and exercising regularly actually causes your body deplete more vitamins and minerals. When it comes to providing essential vitamins to your body (or not)--what we eat, how we eat, and even how we feel are key factors.Read More
By On March 02 In Health and Well Being
Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies, making up 30% of our whole body protein content! It’s found in skin, muscles, tendons, bones, blood vessels, and the digestive system. It’s what helps give our skin strength and elasticity, along with replacing dead skin cells.Read More
By On February 26 In Health and Well Being
It’s cold, it’s dark. The days are short, and you’re cooped up inside. We all know that winter isn’t easy. However, it doesn’t have to be depressing. Follow these simple tips to beat the winter blues and keep your mind, and body, happy.Read More
By On February 09 In Nutrition / Diet / Meal Plans
Clean eating isn’t about making sure you rinse off your veggies or meats before tossing them in a stir-fry. At its simplest, clean eating is about eating whole foods, or "real" foods — that means embracing foods like vegetables, fruits and whole grains, plus healthy proteins and fats. These foods are un- or minimally processed, refined, and handled-- making them as close to their natural form as possible. The idea is more about being mindful of the food's pathway between its origin and your plate, and avoiding highly refined foods with ingredients you'd need a lab technician, or at the very least, a dictionary to help you pronounce. It also means cutting back on refined grains, pesticides, additives, preservatives, unhealthy fats and large amounts of sugar and salt. So, what’s the point of eliminating basically anything you can’t get from the farm? Not only are the benefits immense, it’s not as hard as it sounds!Read More
By On December 28 In Nutrition / Diet / Meal Plans

Humans and Animals depend on water to survive. Every organ, cell and tissue in your body requires water to function properly. The body uses water to sustain lubrication to the joints, maintain its temperature, or for removal of waste and toxins.

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By On September 29 In Joint Care Supplements

DEALING WITH CHRONIC PAIN?

10 SUPPLEMENTS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT

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By On August 09 In Creatine

Creatine is an amino acid-like substance (technically a nitrogenous organic acid) that has earned a reputation over the past 3 decades as a powerful physical performance enhancer. Indeed, over 8 MILLION pounds of creatine are consumed by Americans each year. So why the popularity?...

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By On July 06 In Protein

While whey protein is still king of the protein powder marketplace, plant-based protein powders are gaining market share. So what’s fueling the rise of plant-based protein powders?...

 

Health Benefits: Like whey protein powder, plant/vegan protein powders provide easily digestible amino acids to support cellular and tissue repair. This physiological phenomenon is essential for gaining and maintaining muscle size and strength, and for supporting recovery and repair. In addition to its anabolic (muscle building) and anti-catabolic (anti-muscle wasting) effects, the amino acids found in protein powders play a central role in immune system support.

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By On October 08 In Protein

Hey,

Whey Protein is great, but you knew that already...

What you may not be aware of is how protein science has become crystal clear - a combination of fast and slow digesting proteins is superior to just using fast digesting protein(Whey)alone...

The simple reason is Whey stimulates protein synthesis (the "fast" part) while Casein decreases the breakdown of muscle tissue (the "slow" part) for an amazing 1-2 punch...

It used to be common theory that combing slow releasing proteins like Casein with fast releasing proteins like Whey would slow the release of Whey protein...

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