Monthly Archives: October 2016

Progressive : VegeGreens

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As bodybuilders, we always try to cover all our bases and take whatever supplements we need to protect our gains. Protein to preserve muscle, caffeine/ synephrine to burn fat and show off our abs, creatine to keep our strength in check, and anything else that may be in our supplement cabinets. But what about our health? Sure, these “bodybuilding” supplements ...

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6 Powerful Foods That Naturally Contain Many Of Your Favourite Supplement Ingredients!

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Natural, fresh, and wholesome food is the source of vital nutrients needed to function optimally. From food we can get all the essential aminos, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and antioxidants we need to grow muscle, recover from exercise, and fuel our metabolism. Although many of us rely on supplements to do the job, supplements are just that a “supplement to the ...

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AminoCore, Advanced BCAA Myotrophic Matrix

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When it comes to supplement use, essentially we can leave the argument at “If an Allmax product is good enough for Steve Kuclo, it’s good enough for us.” But we figure as an educated consumer, someone who only spends your money if a product really “wows” you, you probably want to know why Allmax’s dominant muscle builder, AminoCore, is good ...

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Spirulina Powder Benefits For Bodybuilding

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Spirulina is a cyanobacterium (blue-green micro-algae) that produces energy via the process of photosynthesis. Spirulina is nutrient- dense and rich in proteins, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, polysaccharides, and phytochemicals including antioxidants. It has traditionally been used as a food, but is now mostly used as a supplement in powder format. Spirulina is particularly high in essential amino acids ...

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Decrease Body Fat With Vitamin D

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Vitamin D is a fat-soluble, steroid-like vitamin that functions as a prohormone regulating the expression of roughly three percent of the human genome— giving vitamin D influence over most cell types within the human body.1,2 Some of the muscle-promoting properties associated with vitamin D likely stem from the similar chemical structure between vitamin D and steroid molecules like testosterone. Studies ...

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