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What Olympic Athletes Can Teach Us About Energy

Published on June 20, 2012 By admin

  “What Olympic Athletes can teach us about energy” Sports nutrition products are sold at big-box retailers, drugstores, and even grocery stores. However, many conventional sports nutrition products, especially the most popular retail brands, contain artificial flavors, sweeteners, and preservatives. Conventional sports products may be untested or they may contain ingredients that are unproven. Rather […]

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5 Tips To Help Keep You From “Losing Your Mind!”

Published on December 6, 2011 By admin

  5 Tips to help keep you from “losing your mind!”……………… Also scientific research about thyroid problems & vitamin b-12 are discussed. What kind of conditions can contribute to the brain and neuron damage that can cause you to develop the symptoms of dementia? Metabolic problems and endocrine abnormalities. These include addressing thyroid problems, too […]

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Consumers At Home, Work, School & Play Want More Energy-At What Cost?

Published on June 27, 2011 By admin

  Consumers at home, work, school & play want more energy, but at what cost?  How are parents & teenagers dealing with the health problems that seem to go along with energy products on the market?  Were diving in to give some perspective. The market for energy products in North America and most industrialized nations […]

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How To Achieve The Best Results With Sports Nutrition

Published on June 20, 2011 By admin

  How to achieve the best results with sports nutrition. I’m sure you hear words like carbohydrate, protein, amino acids but what do they really mean to your effort? Are you an “elite” athlete?  How about a person who maybe isn‘t at the elite status, but someone who works out regularly?  Or are you someone […]

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Electrolytes, Hydration, & Performance Get in High Gear!

Published on January 24, 2011 By admin

Kick It Into High Gear! When your body is working at high performance levels, body temperature is raised, increasing sweat production and the need for re-hydration.  The rise in body temperature is caused by a few different factors: muscles are working at peak performance to enhance athletic ability, and they are producing energy in the […]

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