Intense exercise puts stress upon all parts of the body which can challenge recovery and increase oxidative stress. A four-week study in 35 male college students had all participants follow a strength training program while half of them supplemented their diet with a green tea extract and the other half ...
Summer is over and many of you may be feeling the effects of too
many hot dogs and cold barley-based beverages. If you are part of the
aesthetically conscious cohort, then you most likely came into the
summer in phenomenal shape, and you may or may not have maintained this ...
Never miss a workout by incorporating these ten antioxidants into your nutrition regimen
You're fit, but are you healthy? Most likely, you're not as healthy as you could be. That's because when you work out, you produce free radicals -- highly reactive molecules that are missing an electron that allows ...
Your strongest muscle is, and has always been, between your ears.
Eons ago, pre-humans evolved big brains, which allowed us to avoid or beat-out predators, maximize our reproductive potential, and populate the whole planet at the expense of other species. And we've obviously done a great job at that!
THE THERMOGENIC POWERS OF GREEN TEA
For many individuals who prefer not to take ephedrine products whether by choice or by necessity, there is a wonderful alternative for those who are still seeking the thermogenic effect.
ProSource has formulated a supplement consisting of the active thermogenic element derived from green ...
Whether in a cup or capsule, few herbs rank higher in beneficial properties than
green tea. In fact, Camellia sinensis, more commonly known as tea, ranks behind only water as the most popular beverage worldwide. Over three-fourths of tea produced is black, and the rest is green and oolong. Although ...
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