Vitamin information table,
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....
June 04, 2015
Have you ever wondered how bodybuilders look so great during competition? Certainly, they’ve worked hard to get where they are, but it takes more than just eating nutritious foods and getting in a regular workout to build a physique worthy of gold medals. It also involves doing something that they refer to as “cutting and dieting,” putting them in prime physical shape for effectively beating out their competitors. As Nic Hale describes in Cutting Down and Leaning Up!, following this type of strict diet regimen is as much mental as it is physical. It involves having the determination to...
cooking at home,
May 11, 2015
Just as exercise increases your metabolism, so too can certain foods, which is extremely important when it comes to bodybuilding. After all, you won’t be able to see the rock hard physique you’ve built if there is a layer of fat covering it. Therefore, boosting your metabolism to get rid of any excess fat stores is a great way to show off the muscles you’ve worked so hard to create. Which foods can help you achieve this goal? Here are a few to consider adding to your diet so that you burn more fat: Almonds. High in protein, heart...