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Why Plant Protein?

Plant protein is a great option not only for those who choose a vegan or plant-based lifestyle, but also for those who may have trouble with digesting dairy. Can plant protein powder be as effective as a whey protein powder? Yes, if you have the right formula.

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How To Find Your Perfect Supplement

“So what supplements do you take?” This is often how we decide for ourselves what supplements we should take – a stratagem that’s based strictly on another person’s results, lifestyle, and nutrition choices, let alone their personal health history. The decision of what supplements you should take should be based on your OWN health history, your unique lifestyle, and above all, your personal health and fitness goals, not someone else’s. Continue reading How To Find Your Perfect Supplement

5 Tips for a Perfect Pre-Workout

Nothing kills the “psyched-up to workout” mentality than getting derailed before you’ve even begun. Here are five tips to make sure you get the most out of your workout!

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Power Through Your Workout

One guarantee in the life of an active exerciser is there will be a day or phase when we just don’t feel like it. Whether that’s because we are in a stale routine, plateaued, have little energy or zapped strength…it is going to happen and the reasons why can be numerous. Maybe that is not you right at the moment and you’re dialed in and getting your workouts in. But you could still use a little extra boost to performance, intensity and recovery, right?

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Get Beach Body Ready!

And just like that, Springtime is on its way out and Summer is just around the corner! Wait, did you just realize that your body is still stuck in winter mode? No worries. There’s still 4 weeks before Memorial Day weekend! You can hit the workouts hard and burn the extra calories AND get a little boost along the way with the Summer Shape-Up Package.

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Get The Edge for Fat Loss and Muscle Building

How can Intra Edg3 help me get rid of fat and build muscle?
Intra Edg3 may help your body lose fat by building lean muscle. The BCAA’s and Glutamine in Intra Edg3 can help to build lean muscle, and muscle burns nearly twice the calories as fat. Use the low-calorie drink Intra EDG3 to help build lean muscle and make your body a more efficient fat burning machine. Sip it on your non workout days throughout the day. Take it for muscle-building, fat burning, recovery and strength. Intra Edg3 contains more than 7 grams of BCAAs per serving to stimulate muscle protein synthesis, plus 2.5 grams of L-Glutamine to promote recovery and 1.2 grams of Citrulline to improve blood flow.

What Are BCAAs?
BCAAs are branched chain amino acids that consist of three essential amino acids comprising nearly 1/3 of skeletal muscle in the body and play a major role in protein synthesis. Why are they essential? They are essential because the body cannot produce them and must get them from an outside source. BCAAs are metabolized in the muscles, have potent anabolic and tissue sparing qualities, decrease recovery time, and increase rate at which lean body mass is gained. Plus, they yield metabolic by-products that boost energy production. The 3 essential amino acids are L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, and L-Valine. Continue reading Get The Edge for Fat Loss and Muscle Building

Men’s Health: Making an Impact

June is Men’s Health Month, honored nationwide as a time to bring awareness to preventable health problems and encourage early lifestyle changes to impact long-term overall health.

The Men’s Health Network (MHN) reports men have a higher rate of death for most of the leading causes of death like heart disease, cancer, accidents, chronic lower respiratory disease, cerebrovascular disease, diabetes, pneumonia and influenza.

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The Real Power To Fight Off Disease

In honor of Mother’s Day, this month we are focusing on women’s health. Heart disease, breast cancer, osteoporosis and depression are among the top health concerns for women these days. Many women lead very busy lives and are notorious for not taking as much time or care for themselves as they do for others. Here are a few quick and easy steps to help women improve their health.

Step 1: Take a Multivitamin.
Nutrition & supplementation affects susceptibility to disease. Every year there are: 14 million cases of preventable heart disease, 1.2 million preventable cases of cancer, more than half a million preventable strokes, and thousands of babies born with neural tube defects that could have been prevented with a simple vitamin. The best offense is a good defense. Supply your body with the nutrients it needs to build up its immune system, the real power to fight off any disease. Continue reading The Real Power To Fight Off Disease

Top 3 Supplements for Endurance

Anyone who is serious about looking after their body needs to ensure they consume the right kind of nutrition to replace what exercise takes out of the body. But with so many products available, how do you know what works and what doesn’t work? And how do you know that you aren’t overlapping when you take more than one product? Reading labels and understanding what goes into each product as well as how it affects your body is a good place to start. To take it a little further for you, we have come up with three essential supplements that you should be giving back to your body when you are in training. Continue reading Top 3 Supplements for Endurance

The Case for Supplementation with a Multi-Vitamin

Why Do I Need a Multi-Vitamin?

The majority of Americans do not have a good diet. According to the USDA, only 10% of Americans have a “good diet.” Americans have continually failed to meet the RDA for several key nutrients, including calcium, vitamin E, vitamin B6, magnesium, and zinc. Other research shows that more than half of all Americans consume significantly less than the recommended intake for calcium, chromium, copper, folic acid, vitamin B6 & vitamin E. The rest needs improvement. For example, only 17% of the people consumed the recommended number of servings of fruit per day. In short, we cannot get all of the nutrients that we need on a daily basis through consumption of healthy foods, let alone the average American diet. Continue reading The Case for Supplementation with a Multi-Vitamin