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  If you're into bodybuilding, you must have heard about glutamine. It is a very common supplement that helps people to gain muscle mass. It is a nonessential amino acid and can be readily synthesized by skeletal, liver, muscle, and adipose tissues. The demand for glutamine inside the body increases when you exercise. The same holds true during injury or an illness. It is also required for muscle recovery. Why is Glutamine important for Muscle Recovery? Let’s find out. For your body, a vital source of fuel happens to be glucose or blood sugar. You get this fuel from the...

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    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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  Creatine is the most common sports performance supplement, catered towards increasing the rate of muscle growth and increasing power output with somewhat lesser but present benefits on skeletal muscle endurance. It lets you lift heavier weights as a result. If you keep at it, over time creatine will make you stronger.   There are no clinically relevant side effects known to be caused by creatine supplementation. ‘Clinically relevant’ means anything that can cause adverse effects to your health (such as kidney or liver damage, both of which have equivocally refuted), as there are a few ‘side-effects’ associated with creatine...

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