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The healing powers of mushrooms have been well known to humans for thousands of years in ancient cultures such as those of Tibet, China and India. That has stood the test of time. What has changed is the ways in ...Read More
Whether you consider yourself an athlete or simply like to stay active and fit, dietary protein is essential for building lean muscle and promoting healthy metabolism. However, did you know that you might not be getting enough to meet your ...Read More
You may have noticed that γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) is a popular supplement ingredient found either as a stand alone or in a formula for stress and/or sleep. What is GABA? GABA by definition is both an amino acid (although it ...Read More
Amino Acids (AA) are the building blocks of proteins, hormones, neurotransmitters and antioxidants. They are the fundamental components in the structure of every cell in the human body. There are 20 Amino Acids that are directly encoded by the universal ...Read More
Amino acid L-Glutamine is natural food for the muscles, supporting recovery, strength, and immunity, especially after strenuous exercise or illness. L-Glutamine – Natural Food for Muscles and the Immune System! Glutamine is an amino acid that is vital for building ...Read More
Plant-powered athletes get a surprising performance boost from eating clean. But fueling your workouts (and your life) with plants has a fringe benefit—it’s better for the planet’s health, too.Celebrate Earth Month with Clean, Plant-based Sports NutritionYou’re already bringing reusable shopping ...Read More
Fuel for Functional Strength Whether you’re gearing up for hockey season, starting to train indoors for a spring half or full marathon, or just hoping to stay healthy throughout the holiday season, functional strength is probably on your mind—whether you know ...Read More
Stuck in Monday morning traffic in your compact car with your carpool buddy, you might groan as you crawl by a massive SUV with only the driver on board. But before you lament the apparent lack of consideration the driver ...Read More
The war on herpes has raged for centuries.  In the first century A.D., Tiberius, Emperor of Rome, actually banned kissing to combat a herpes epidemic.  Now, new research is providing successful treatment alternatives.One such alternative is the amino acid l-lysine.  ...Read More
New Year’s resolutions are easy to make but hard to keep, especially when it comes to fitness. In fact, it is reported that only about 8% of us are actually successful at keeping our promises. And it is no wonder. ...Read More
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