The word Protein comes from the Greek word Proteios which means ‘primary’ or ‘holding First Place’ It holds quite a lot of importance as every cell in our body requires it to function. Its used to make hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters, immune function, muscle maintenance and repair & don’t worry it doesn’t ‘bulk’ you up. Protein is the only nutrient our bodies can’t store, it is therefore in a constant state of turn over and must be provided to our bodies through food we eat. View Post
Testosterone Boosters are a form of herbal or otherwise legal supplements. Testosterone boosters have the set intention of increasing testosterone levels in the body. These boosters come in many different shapes, sizes, colours and sources. However, their potency, effectiveness and legitimacy is often challenged through personal anecdote, clinical trial and research. We outline some of the products on the favoured side of this debate and attempt to unblur the lines that surround testosterone boosting supplements on the market. View Post
This amino acid is deemed nonessential. This is due to is ability to be synthesised in the body through sufficient consumption of relative compounds. However, research on alanine, specifically beta-alanine, has shown significant improvements in muscle capacity, increases in physical performance and recovery assistance. A study from “Medicine and science in sport and exercise” gives merit to these claims. The study indicates that the improvements were seen as a result of the increase in carnosine in the body. Carnosine is a molecule responsible for muscular contraction. View Post
Ashwagandha, also known as Indian ginseng, is a plant that is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine for the many therapeutic and adaptogenic benefits it may have for humans.
Adaptogens substances that can help you to ‘adapt’ to stress on the body (i.e. physical stress, psychological stress, environmental stress, etc.).View Post