The holiday season has come and gone, and your New Year’s resolutions are in effect. Whether you’re looking to melt off a few pounds in the next few weeks or you’d like to lose the extra unhealthy pounds you’re carrying around throughout this next year, the question of which diet really works is probably on your mind.
Obesity continues to be an increasing epidemic in the United States. An abundance of evidence shows that obesity is caused by a combination of a sedentary lifestyle and poor nutritional habits consisting of high-fat and high-glycemic carbohydrates.
Protein feeding before meals triggered a substantial change in feeding patterns and body composition, and whey protein was more effective than soy protein.
High doses of vitamins C and E (1,000 milligrams per day for C and 235 milligrams per day for E) interfered with training-induced changes in mitochondrial proteins.
Supplementing the diet with beta-alanine and creatine monohydrate for 22 days for one month increased high-intensity exercise capacity more than a placebo (fake supplements).
So, what exactly falls under this realm of superfoods? Let’s take a look at 5 superfoods that will provide you with essential vitamins and minerals to keep your body healthy and functioning far into the future.
Dutch researchers found that consuming supplemental tyrosine increased the capacity for deep thoughts (concentration) but had no effect on creativity.
A jaw-dropping physique represents the culmination of years of hard training, dedication, consistency and a scientific approach to bring your plan to grand fruition. Nutrition and supplementation is the greater part of the battle, as it’s imperative to know how your body uses food and other nutrients to build muscle and burn fat.
The limited benefit of green tea extracts for weight loss does not appear to be worth the risk. Therefore, green tea extract containing concentrated EGCG is not recommended because of possible liver toxicity.
What are the best supplements to ignite growth? Here is a course we’re calling “Supplementation 101” for maximal hypertrophy and performance.
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