January 04, 2018
Fitness plays a key role in a person’s life, both physically and mentally. In order to enjoy life to the fullest, one needs to be fit and healthy. The main component for achieving it is by having a healthy lifestyle which comprises of a healthy diet, exercise and recommended rest. For a diet to be healthy, it needs to be a balanced one. With the word ‘balanced diet,’ the terms vitamins, calcium, and proteins come in our mind at first, and so the importance of potassium is usually overshadowed. This is because most people are not aware of its...
April 12, 2017
Ibuprofen is classified as a NSAID, and there has been a lot of discussion regarding the mechanism of ibuprofen. It has been found that ibuprofen can negatively affect the body which is why experts strictly tell patients not to take ibuprofen for fitness purposes. Mentioned below are twenty reasons why the said medicine is not suitable for fitness. Autoimmune diseases Ibuprofen increases the risk of falling victim to a number of diseases. Moreover, overusing of this medicine can lead to a series of inflammation which consequently causes autoimmune diseases. Ulcers According to research, those who take ibuprofen are at...
April 11, 2017
Ephedrine is a natural ingredient that has been around for a long time. It is a fairly reliable as well as a moderately studied compound that is well known for its weight loss properties both short to medium term. There are numerous reasons why ephedrine is effective against weight loss and how it aids to get rid of the extra fat in the body. Thermogensis Ephedrine is used to enhance a biological mechanism which is known as thermogenesis. This process is a natural one which burns the fat stored in your body to produce packets of energy. Basal metabolic...
October 03, 2016
Have you ever purchased a diet plan just to find that it’s so complex that there’s no way you can follow it? Either it involves recipes that have 20 plus ingredients each or you have to calculate calories, fat, carbs, or protein to the point where you can just look at a food and spout off what it contains. Certainly, this works for some people, but if you’re someone who prefers a much more simple approach to healthy eating, then I have the meal plan for you. For starters, every meal should contain a carb, a protein, and...
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January 04, 2016
Amino acids as a whole refer to 20 different protein-based molecules that our bodies need for maximum health. They aid in muscle growth and soft tissue repair, in addition to assisting with a number of other healthful bodily functions as well. Twelve of the acids your body can make on its own. The remaining eight, called “essential amino acids,” you have to get through diet or supplementation. Furthermore, for people who have higher protein needs or any type of health issue which makes it hard to get all of their acids via diet alone, supplementation often becomes a necessity....