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Real versus Fake - what’s better?

Protein supplements, protein shakes and 'health bars' with additional packed in protein are everywhere in the market nowadays, but what's the real deal, and what is better for you in the long term? Make sure you know the facts before you start adding supplements to your diet that you perhaps don't need, or taking away natural foods from your meal plans and switching them up for something perhaps not as good.



04 / 01 / 2018 1R
All You Need to Know About Coq10 Supplementation

It is undoubtedly among the most widely consumed oral supplement, yet lots of doubts remain about its use and benefits. It is a fat-soluble vitamin-like substance that is essential for cellular energy metabolism. In our cells, mitochondria can be called the powerhouse. Without Coq10 this energy reactor cannot function properly. Thus the organs with highest energy needs are also those that are rich in Coq10, and at the same time demand it a lot. Coq10 is also known by other names like coenzyme Q, ubiquinone, and ubidecarenone. Uses of Coq10 It is undoubtedly one of the most extensively stu...

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How Would Glutathione Help

What is glutathione, would supplementing it do any good? It is a powerful antioxidant found in fruits, vegetables, and animal products. In humans, it is naturally produced in the liver. As an antioxidant, it plays a vital role in protecting our cells from damage by by-products of metabolism. In fact, it is the most important antioxidant in our body. It is vital for DNA synthesis and repair, thus having an anti-aging effect. It is essential for the production of a plethora of biologically active substances in our body, from prostaglandin to various enzymes. Practically every bodily system ...

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All About Creatinine and Supplementation

Various compounds of creatinine are one of the most recommended supplements for those looking to gain lean muscle mass. But what does creatinine do? Is the product worth the hype? Muscles, brain, and all the organs that consume high energy are rich in creatinine. It is produced in the liver and converted to so-called creatinine phosphate, which serves as an energy reserve for various organs, especially muscles and brain. Yes, it is a powerful stamina booster. When after few intensive reps of a specific exercise, a person starts to go low on ATP (the energy source for muscles), creatinine pho...

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Tasty Post Workout Protein Shakes

Tired of the same old protein shakes post workout? Mix things up with these new supplement recipes.



20 / 01 / 2017 1Result

NCAA Legal and Illegal Supplements

What's NCAA legal and what supplements are illegal?



29 / 11 / 2017 1Result

The Best Supplements to Gain Weight

Here are the nutritional supplements you need to gain weight.



14 / 11 / 2017 1R

The Importance of Post-Workout Nutrition

Building muscle and improving your athletic performance starts with your post-workout nutrition.



09 / 11 / 2017 1R

The Benefits of Fish Oil Supplements

What is fish oil for, and what are the benefits of taking it?



23 / 10 / 2017 1R

The Dangers of Diet Pills and Fat Burners

A closer look at fat burners, appetite suppressants, and carb blockers.



12 / 09 / 2017 1R