March 06, 2019
I find the best time to take fat burners is in the morning, on an empty stomach as this will help your body target fat storage cells for energy. Also before you workout these are most effective times to use fat burners using the same concept as above the L-Carnitine is responsible for using fat as the energy source of your workout instead of carbohydrates. These capsules workout well with a healthy balanced diet, as long as you're intaking all the correct nutrients you don't need a special regime. Just make sure that you are getting the essential proteins for...
February 18, 2019
Dextrose, a monosaccharide, is actually the dextrorotatory form of glucose. Carbohydrates are mainly classified as ‘simple’ or ‘complex’ carbohydrates. Being a simple monosaccharide, dextrose contains only one sugar molecule. Simple sugars cause a rise in blood glucose level very quickly; however, they are deprived of nutritional value. This fast absorbing carbohydrate is sweet in taste and used commercially as a sweetener in foods and drinks; Baking products Processed food Corn syrup Dextrose as a sports supplement Recent researches have shown that dextrose, a fast absorbing simple sugar, could be influential in kicking athlete’s sports performance up a notch. ‘Glycemic...
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April 10, 2015
Chronic fatigue is more than just feeling tired. It is suffering from exhaustion no matter how much rest you get. It involves always wishing you were back in bed and, when you are in bed, wondering how you’re going to find enough energy to get out, let alone make it through the day. Stress and anxiety can make it worse, as can a weakened immune system or a virus. Fortunately, there are some supplements you can take that can help ease the fatigue you feel and make each day less of a challenge and more of a pleasure. The...
April 07, 2015
It isn’t uncommon to see a professional athlete perform and wish you were them. After all, they seem to have it all. However, switching your life with theirs may not be as fun as it seems—especially when you consider what their typical day looks like. Most pro athletes will tell you that their alarm clock goes off very early (between 4 and 6 AM on average) because every little bit of training they can do has the potential of enhancing their career. Grabbing a light snack on their way out the door, their first stop is the gym, where...
September 03, 2013