• Vitamin K – What You Need To Know

    Article provided courtesy of Examine.com This is information only, please consult your medical professional before taking Vitamin K or any other supplement. Caution Notice Vitamin K is known to interact significantly with warfarin usage, and tends to suppress the effects of warfarin. Your medical professional should be notified of...
  • Oregano Oil – Because It’s Good For You

    Staying illness and disease free is a huge part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Prevention is key but what do you do when you feel like you are getting sick? These days, we are being encouraged more and more to avoid antibiotics unless it’s truly necessary because of the...
  • Epsom Salt – The Magic Crystals You Should Never Be Without

    If you are sore from training and you don’t know about Epsom Salt, then welcome to a much happier and comfortable rest of your life. The benefits of Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulfate) have been known since the 17th century but in our, “Take The Next-Best-Everything-Supplement”, fitness industry culture, little...
  • Fiber In Fruit And Whole Grains Tied To Healthy Aging

    By Lisa Rapaport – Reuters Eating lots of fiber-rich fruits and breads may be one way to live longer without developing chronic diseases, an Australian study suggests. Researchers followed about 1,600 adults aged 49 or older who didn’t have any history of cancer, stroke or heart disease for a...
  • What’s In An Egg?

    Components of the Yolk The yolk of eggs contain approximately 50% oleic acid, an omega-9 monounsaturated fat commonly found in olive oil. The remaining fat content consists of saturated fats along with a small amount of polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs). The ratio of different PUFAs tends to depend how the...
  • Omega 3’s – The Fats We Need

    You’ve probably heard about Omega 3 fatty acids and how they can be beneficial to your health and even your weight loss goals. Certain types of fats are essential to optimal health. Omega 3 and Omega 6 are two essential fatty acids in that they are not made by...
  • Vitamin D

    Vitamin D is a fat-soluble nutrient. It is one of the 24 micronutrients critical for human survival. The sun is the major natural source of the nutrient, but vitamin D is also found naturally in fish and eggs. It is also added to dairy products. Supplemental vitamin D is...
  • Heart Rate Monitors – Tools or Toys

    The people that use them won’t train without them, and those that don’t either don’t care or are under the impression that they are of little use as a tool to improve your training. The truth is they can be both, it depends on the person using it and...
  • Bodybuilding Is Not The Only Way

    Model: Ana Tigre Location: Bodysport Fitness Centre, Las Vegas There was a time when getting in shape meant either running outdoors, or lifting weights in a gym, or lining up to use a treadmill. There wasn’t anything else, or better said, there were very few gyms that offered other...
  • How Long Should I Rest Between Sets?

    The answer to this changes depending on whether your goal is to increase your strength, power, muscle size or muscle endurance. While the typical gym goer will choose a rest period that is usually based more on their level of motivation, this topic has been studied extensively so we...
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