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Tributyrin: The Gut Health Optimizer

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One of the more influential aspects on our health output is based upon the gut microbiome. It’s a collection of microorganisms found throughout the digestive tract that facilitate countless processes and ultimately help the body run like a fine-tuned […]

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Rhodiola: The Salidroside-Powered Adaptogen of the Vikings

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“Fast-paced,” “high-stress,” and “non-stop” are just a few adjectives to describe the world today. We’re always balancing multiple objectives — family, work, recreation, exercise, health, all of which demand large amounts of physical and mental energy. Unfortunately, our efforts are […]

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ioPea Protein: A Plant Protein With the Power of Whey

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Vegans and vegetarians mainly get protein from legumes, whole grains, nuts, and seeds. But since vegans and vegetarians consume anywhere from zero to a minimal amount of animal products, it can be extremely difficult for that population to intake enough […]

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The Power of “Mito”: Optimizing the Mitochondria to Unlock Clean Energy!

When looking for an additional boost in energy, we often turn to stimulants and other supplements to provide a jolt. While this usually does the trick temporarily, how often do we take a step back and ask why we needed […]

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Velositol Increases Exercise Performance: New University Study Previewed

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Velositol, dubbed “protein’s perfect partner” by supplement developer, Nutrition21, was recently studied to determine its effectiveness. Researchers tested the ingredient alongside a suboptimal dose (15 grams) of whey protein to see to what extent it enhances muscular strength, […]

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Glycerol: The Ultimate Guide for Hydration, Heat Protection, and Pumps

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Sports supplements are built upon the foundational desire to perform better, and regardless of your goals, this aspiration is often the reason for introducing supplements into your regimen. We’re constantly searching for safe and effective ways to better our […]

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ZinjaBurn by NNB Nutrition: The Anti-Inflammatory Adipose Tissue Assassin!

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This article discusses a novel supplement ingredient named ZinjaBurn, a trademarked form of dehydrozingerone that comes from ginger and shows promising weight loss related benefits. But before discussing it, we analyze the pitfalls of its popular cousin, curcumin:

One […]

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Tetrahydrocurcumin: A More Potent Alternative to Curcumin?

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The supplement industry is interesting because some of the most effective ingredients aren’t necessarily new, but are instead substances that have been around for centuries. Natural herbs and roots are central in the practices of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese […]

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Zynamite: 2020’s Next Generation Nootropic Ingredient

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Every now and then, a new ingredient comes onto the supplement scene and is marketed as the “next big thing”. A major focus in the sports supplement industry is with stimulants. Currently, caffeine is the most widely-used and […]

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Dehydrozingerone: Ginger’s Forgotten Anti-Inflammatory Weight Loss Factor

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Using a natural dietary supplement ingredient in its entirety is often effective, but things get even more potent when the components and constituents credited with a given ingredient’s abilities are isolated. Extracting only the most effective compounds allows formulators […]

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