So we know that amino acids are organic compounds that serve as the building blocks for proteins. We know that some amino acids are considered “essential,” because the body cannot make them on its own. Many of us are familiar with the branched-chain amino acids, commonly referred to as BCAAs in the world of fitness and health, those precursors to proteins (a.k.a. proteinogenic amino acids), like leucine, isoleucine, and valine. But how do they help us lose fat and lean out? Continue reading Lean and Tone with Aminos
From the end of October to the end of December, the average American gains 8-10 pounds. Well, it’s no surprise when we have three holidays focused around eating within a 90-day period, or make it four holidays if you count New Year’s too! Sure, making smart food choices is always going to be helpful. Yes, going to the gym consistently can make you leaner and stronger. But what about your internal system running the whole show? If your lymphatic system or adrenal glands get burned out due to environmental stressors, poor food choices (i.e. Halloween candy), or excessive use of stimulants, your body won’t be functioning in optimal condition, and that IS going to put a hamper on your upcoming holidays.
It’s a fact. You can’t stop the aging process, but you can arm yourself with tools to help slow it down and age gracefully. When it comes to anti-aging, consider prevention, prolonging health, and extending your life span. Everyone can play a role in the length and quality of life. You just have to learn how — and take action. Exercise and a healthy diet are important to slowing down the aging process, but what more can be done? Supplements can offer additional anti-aging benefits to complement a healthy lifestyle. Continue reading Reclaim Your Youth