L-Tyrosine

L-Tyrosine

Of the approximately 20 proteinogenic amino acids found within the body, L-Tyrosine or simply Tyrosine, is nonessential because your body already produces it from another amino acid, called phenylalanine. The primary benefits of tyrosine that have been reported are mostly attributed to preventing a decline in cognitive function in response to physical stress.

Cinnamon: The Sweet Solution

Cinnamon: The Sweet Solution

Cinnamon helps to lower blood sugar levels along with bad cholesterol levels (LDL) while having no negative effect on the good cholesterol (HDL), therefore it’s beneficial for both heart and type 2 diabetes patients.

What’s the Problem With Your Diet and Workout Plan?

What’s the Problem With Your Diet and Workout Plan?

Most of us already know that a strict diet and regular exercise routine (and genetics) are the key ingredients for weight management and optimal health but few of us know how to maintain it all. Well, you get out of something – what you put into it, right?

Soy or No Soy

Soy or No Soy

Protein?

Although there are some health benefits to eating soy, there are some 'buyer beware' precautions to consider when selecting the right type.

EGG-stra EGG-stra

EGG-stra EGG-stra

Read All About Egg Protein

Egg protein powder is ideal for those who are allergic to soy, dairy or milk proteins, and the supplement powder doesn't have the potential setbacks that the 'yolks' in real eggs contain – the added fat and cholesterol.

Milk Protein Isolates

Milk Protein Isolates

Milk Protein Isolate contains a high level of absorbable protein, making it highly desired amongst athletes, and contains very little fat (typically less than 3%), very little carbs and almost no lactose. MPI's can be used as a daily supplement for those who do not ingest the recommended amount of protein in their diet or those who are lactose intolerant.

Hamburger Cheat Meal

Hamburger Cheat Meal

Clean Up Our Favorite Dirty Food

There is nothing wrong with an occasional cheat meal, however some people like cheat days - I don’t. My positioning is, if you cheat the whole day, you’re most likely cheating on every meal (and you probably didn’t hit the gym that day either)

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