Best Supplements For Muscle Growth In 2020

Best Supplements For Muscle Growth

Okay, you’ve heard it all before, but I’m still going to have my say on the best supplements for muscle growth. Everyone has their favorites, and I’m no exception. But I think that many get carried away and take excessive amounts in the hopes that they will somehow reach a saturation level, which will catapult them into steroid-like growth. Let me settle this; there is no such realm! What supplements are right for building muscle? In this article, I will show you the Best Supplements For Muscle Growth in 2020. The market offers a vast selection of supplements that make confusion, …

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Creatine 101 – Health Benefits, Dosage, Side Effects

Creatine

Much to my dismay, new studies and reports on creatine are flowing in. Magazines publish updates every other month, science conventions overflow with documentation on the subject. It’s almost as if the only thing out there for us to use is creatine. Annoying as it is, I swore to keep you updated on the movements of the industry, and since this is the hot topic of the moment, I have to write about creatine. Already, from studies, articles, and questions I get emailed every day, I have been able to compile an updated article on the ever-present supplement. I present …

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Glutamine – The Pinnacle Of Supplements?

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Glutamine, a non-essential amino acid, has earned a reputation among bodybuilders as the pinnacle of the anabolic amino acids. Is this reputation justified? This article will delve into the research on glutamine and try to determine exactly what it does and why many bodybuilders rate its efficacy so highly. What Is Glutamine & What Does It Do? Two-thirds of the free-form amino acids inside one’s muscles are glutamine and most of the glutamine in one’s bloodstream is made in the muscles and organs. Glutamine is digested and altered in the intestine and therefore cannot be acquired directly from meals. Instead, it is …

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How Much Water Should You Drink Daily?

How Much Water Should You Drink Daily

Most of our bodies consist of water.  Our blood is made up of a large amount of water.  The fluid in our bodies that transfer waste is made up of water.  Every cell in our bodies is made up of water.  If we do not drink enough water, our bodies can’t perform all the functions they have to. Example – the lymph fluids that transfer waste need to be replenished regularly for us to get rid of the waste. So, How Much Water Should You Drink Daily? And remember, tea and coffee and soft drink are NOT water.  Most of …

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Green Tea The Incredible Weight Loss and Health Benefits

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Such huge numbers of things have been composed about the medical advantages of drinking tea yet one specific tea – green tea, is the hotshot of all tea writes, particularly with regards to upgrading your eating routine and wellbeing. A large number of studies have been made in the previous 20 years, all indicating benefits extend from consuming fat to boosting your memory. In the event that you need to have point by point data for later understanding, you may seek and download a more broad wellspring of profitable tea data. Christopher Ochner, Ph.D., an examination researcher in sustenance at …

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Saturated Fats and Trans Fats: The Truth About Dietary Fats

Saturated Fats and Trans Fats

Results from a 2014 study of the primary grocery shoppers for 2,000 American households are shocking. * 60% are unaware of the dangers of trans fats, and * 15% have not heard of saturated fats. Know Your Fats Fats are one-third of the dietary macronutrient triad (fats, carbohydrates, protein). A necessity for a healthy life. Without fats in your diet (as we’ve seen with the low fat craze over the last 60 years), many conditions crop up including, but not limited to: imbalance in hormone levels obesity thyroid troubles autoimmune diseases lupus scleroderma rheumatoid arthritis poor hair, skin, and nail health plus …

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The Seven Days Fat Loss Diet Plan!- week 2

Fat Loss Diet Plan

Did you see last week’s diet plan? Day 1 Meal 1: 1/2 Cup Oat Bran 1 Cup Frozen Blueberries 1 Tbsp Flaxseed 1/2oz Walnuts 1 Scoop Protein Powder Calories Carbs Protein Fat 399 49g 33g 12g Meal 2: 1 Cup Plain, Nonfat Yogurt With Vanilla Extract 6 Hardboiled Egg Whites 1 Tbsp Dried Cranberries 1 Tbsp Ground Flaxseed Calories Carbs Protein Fat 420 34g 32g 8g Meal 3: 1 Whole Wheat Pita 4oz Grilled Chicken 1 Orange Sliced Lettuce Sliced Tomato 1/2oz Almonds Grainy Mustard To Taste Calories Carbs Protein Fat 350 45g 34g 10g Meal 4: 1 Can Tuna 1 Clove Garlic, Chopped 1 Egg, Beaten 2 Tbsp Grainy Mustard 1/2 Cup Cooked Quinoa 1 Orange Calories Carbs …

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The Seven Days Fat Loss Diet Plan! – Week 1

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I have made articles on science behind weight loss, supplements, training, and many more. But one of the most asked questions I am getting is how to make the perfect diet plan – people don’t want to put any thought into the how’s and why of fat loss, they want a diet. So, here is a sample diet plan that fits anyone. This diet plan provides approximately 2300-2400 calories, 45% carbs, 35% protein, and 20% fat. Also note, this sample diet is made for a 189 cm, 28-year-old, 200 lb (90kg) male. If those are not your specs, you have …

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High Intensity Interval Training Beats Steady State Cardio

Hi there so, you asked for the studies proving that High Intensity Interval Training is superior to steady-state cardio. I will gladly share the details.

Hi there so, you asked for the studies proving that High Intensity Interval Training is superior to steady-state cardio. I will gladly share the details. Why I’m Not a Fan of Endurance Exercise According to Jim LaValle, RPh, CCN, long-term consequences for endurance athletes include increased cardiovascular risk, kidney damage, and profoundly altered endocrine systems. Just as disturbing, a study in the journal Clinical Science found 93 percent of long-term endurance athletes had severe gut-related problems. Endurance exercise also chronically elevates your stress hormone cortisol, which stores fat and breaks down muscle. Now, all exercise raises cortisol. But High Intensity Interval Training also raises your anabolic (building) hormones …

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What Is The Atkins Diet And Its Benefits

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Dr. Robert Atkins first introduced his high protein diet in the 1970s with the release of his book “The New Diet Revolution.” In the 1990s, the Atkins diet experienced heightened popularity, with people reporting extraordinary weight loss results. Food manufacturers responded, creating an all-out low-carb/high-protein diet craze. The atkins diet remains relatively popular in 2020, but questions about its long-term safety and its ability to promote sustainable weight loss have caused it to fall somewhat out of favor. The Atkins Diet Features The Atkins diet consists of four phases. The first phase is especially restrictive, lasting for at least two …

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