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These Are The 6 Best Supplements To Boost Muscle

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These Are The 6 Best Supplements To Boost Muscle

These Are The 6 Best Supplements To Boost Muscle 1\ Take Protease supplements. A study found that protease supplements modify immune response. Protease is an enzyme that breaks down the proteins in your body, reducing muscle inflammation, meaning faster recovery and the ability to lift more on your next gym visit. BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 2\ Have 3g of creatine twice a day. Creatine is the fuel your muscles need for explosive movement. Keep up this intake for eight weeks to enhance your muscle strength by a minimum of eight per cent and to improve your strength and endurance in the gym. SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE...

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AMINO ACIDS, BCAA's & EAA's - what does all this mean?

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Amino Acids in food make up protein. When protein is digested it is once again broken down into specific amino acids, that are then selectively put together for different uses. These new proteins formed in the body are what make up most solid matter in the body: skin, eyes, heart, intestines, bones and, of course, muscle. That's why understanding what each of these aminos can do and getting more of them in your diet can be very beneficial to reaching specific goals, such as muscle building or even living a healthier lifestyle.     BCAAs stands for “Branched Chain Amino Acids.” Amino...

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What is L-carnitine & what does it do?

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What is L-carnitine & what does it do?

What Is L-Carnitine? Carnitine is a type of amino acid that benefits energy levels by transporting fatty acids into the mitochondria where they can be burned up and used as fuel. For this reason, many take carnitine as a weight loss supplement to help bump up fat burning. Carnitine occurs in two forms, or isomers: L-carnitine and D-carnitine. L-carnitine is the active form that plays a role in energy metabolism and production. It is produced within the body, but it can also be taken as a supplement or found in many different protein foods as well. In supplement form, it’s available as a...

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Protein Powders- Whey Protein Concentrate Vs Whey Protein Isolate

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Protein Powders:  Firstly there are many varieties of protein powders on the market, The most commonly used and most popular is Whey protein. The benefits of taking a Whey Protein supplement are endless; From aiding with Muscle Growth, to decreasing muscle soreness after a prolonged workout, the benefits are truly astonishing. There are various levels of protein powder concentration and purity in every product, meaning some products on the market have alot of other un-neccessary extra ingredients added to them, such as; Sugars, Carbohydrates and un-wanted Fats. You may see various different proteins powders and it may confuse you;  Whey...

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Creatine

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What is creatine? Typically bought in flavoured powders and mixed with liquid, creatine increases the body’s ability to produce energy rapidly. Creatine exists naturally in our bodies and helps fuel our muscles, which is why some people take it as a supplement to boost their performance in the gym. “You should feel good about your creatine supplementation,” Men’s Health nutrition advisor Michael Roussell, Ph.D., says. “Take 5 grams of creatine monohydrate with your workout shake to help you get bigger and stronger.” What are the benefits of taking creatine? There is a lot of mixed on creatine’s ability to improve muscle strength,” the government website says....

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