We’ve all heard about fat burners and stimulants that can assist with thermogenics, but we’ve also heard of adverse health effects (with minimal results) that can be associated with some products. Allow me to introduce to you a very safe, natural alternative, weight-loss solution: L-carnitine.
Not seeing the results you are looking for in the gym? Are you training hard and consistently, is your nutrition on point, yet there is room for improvement? Perhaps some body recomposition is in order.
Consuming a protein supplement after weight training stimulates muscle protein synthesis more than weight training or a supplement alone. But how much protein is enough to stimulate protein synthesis and build muscle?
No matter which way you go about increasing strength, the bottom line is the more strength you have, the better your workouts are going to be. And better workouts equal better gains. There are a number of supplements that can help you get there, most of which can be stacked together for even better results. Here are 5 strength-building supplements to add to your arsenal.
In Middlesex, New Jersey, there is a company that celebrated its 20th anniversary in business last year. That’s quite an achievement for any company, but this company is a little extra special. NutraBio is a company taking the supplement industry by storm!
Protein bars are a way of life for fitness-minded people, who need quality fuel when they are on the go. While protein bars are quick and convenient, the taste and consistency of some protein bars leaves much to be desired, like a cross between Play-Doh and an unexpected gift from your pet.
The holidays are here! Put up your Christmas tree, hang up your stockings, and get ready for cold nights warmed with hot cocoa and touches of cinnamon. Cinnamon has long been a staple of the holiday season— and now, new studies point to cinnamon being a great fat burner too!
From a basic fundamental standpoint, when you force a muscle to contract against a heavy load, the fibers that make up the skeletal muscle undergo stress and tear— and the primary response is to, in turn, signal protein synthesis. On a slightly deeper level, this activation is controlled by a series of phosphorylation (turning on) of a protein called mechanistic target of rapamycin complex … better known as mTORC.
If you’re experiencing the symptoms of low ‘test levels’ - therapy can be prescribed in the way of patches, gels, injections, and pellets and some pills over the counter.
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