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  • Vitamin B – What is It and Why We Need It

    What is Vitamin B

    Vitamin B is a group of vitamins that help in cell metabolism. There are eight different types of B vitamins: B1 known as thiamine, B2 known as riboflavin, B3 known as niacin, B5 known as pantothenic, B6 known as pyridoxine, B7 known as biotin, B9 known as folic acid, and B12 known as cobalamins.

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  • Why Do I Need a Post Workout Recovery Supplement?

    You’ve taken your pre workout to amp up, you’ve nailed your whey protein isolate for your day to day protein needs, what more could you need to fuel that body and build those muscles? A post workout recovery supplement, that’s what.

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  • How to Boost Your Immunity with Immune System Support Supplements

    Your immune system is the system in your body that prevents you from getting sick and helps you to recover from illness. You know how some people never seem to get sick? Or recover from a cold in, like, a day? And then there are others who need weeks off work at a time or seem to always have the sniffles or ongoing infections? It’s the health and strength of your immune system that makes the difference. Person 1 has a healthy, functioning immune system and person 2 has a poorly working or depleted immune system. Immune system support supplements can help to boost your natural immunity, getting you on track to being person 1.

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  • Supplement Vs Food Intake Vitamin C

     What is Vitamin C

    Vitamin C is a nutrient that is effective at boosting the immune system, making it more equipped to fight the common cold and for other infections. Vitamin C has been proven to be effective against eye disease and skin wrinkles. Recent studies have shown that regular intake of Vitamin C can improve your lifespan.

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  • The Importance of Protein During Exercise

    What is protein?

    Proteins are large biomolecules that contain at least one long chain amino acid, they are useful for many different bodily functions. Proteins are essential in the maintenance and production of cells. Your cells die constantly and are replaced every day, to rebuild these cells your body needs certain resources including carbohydrates and fats, but most importantly it needs protein. Protein is an essential nutrient that the body has to consume for ongoing healthy cell maintenance.

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  • Three best supplements for tennis players

    Three tremendous supplements for tennis players

    Playing tennis is a great way to get some exercise and get outside. All you need is a racquet, some of those fuzzy green balls, an opponent and some court time and you’re on your way to a solid workout. Continue reading

  • What are amino acids?

    It’s no secret that protein supplements provide your body with one of its most important tools in the fight to build muscle. If you’ve ever read about the job done by protein drinks and protein bars, you might have seen amino acids mentioned. Ever wondered what these key facets of protein, and therefore thick, rippling muscle, are? It’s time to learn. Continue reading

  • 5 ways to combat the dreaded Dad Bod

    There’s maybe no job more noble or commendable than the one done by a good father. Being a strong guide for your children is an admirable aim that should be strived for daily. But, no matter what anybody says, having a Dad Bod is not a good look. Continue reading

  • Sleep aids

    We all know that we need to sleep, but there’s always so much to DO! Preparing for this, finishing that, plus occasionally getting so caught up in your favourite health and supplement site (ahem) that you just forget where the time went. Somehow, in all that we need to get some sleep, but it can be hard to drift off easily with so much to think about. If you’re having trouble getting enough good sleep, a sleeping aid supplement can be exactly what you need. Continue reading

  • ZMA

    ZMA isn’t the first supplement you think of when you set out to get fit, it may not even make the top five, but whether you call it Zed-MA or Zee-MA, it can offer some very handy benefits to people of all fitness levels.

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