August 05, 2016
Almonds It is recommended that runners eat a small handful of almonds at least three to five times a week. They are an great source of vitamin E, which is an antioxidant that many runners lack because there are very few good food sources of it. Studies show that eating nuts regularly lowers your cholesterol levels, decreases your risk of heart disease, and may also help to protect you against cancer. Yoghurts One cup of Greek Yoghurt provides 13 grams of protein and 40 percent calcium, so this is the perfect snack. Yoghurt with live cultures provides the healthy bacteria...
November 13, 2015
Remember when you first started drinking coffee? Just one cup would leave you feeling like you had enough energy to run around the block several times without wearing you out. But now, after drinking a cup (or pot) daily over time, just the idea of physically running anywhere is likely to make you want to lie down and take a nap. This may make you wonder why your coffee is no longer effective. According to something called chronopharmacology, which is the study of drugs and how they relate to your body’s natural rhythms, your body reacts to different drugs (like...
March 25, 2015
Have you heard about the positive benefits of the Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and you are thinking of trying it? Before you do, it is important that you know exactly what HGH is as well as what it has to offer you, so that you can make a well-informed decision about whether or not it is for you. Human Growth Hormone Defined Human Growth Hormone is actually a hormone that the human body naturally produces in an effort to help our cells regenerate. In fact, HGH is necessary for our muscles and bones to reach their maximum potential, but...