Digestive Enzymes Their Role in Health

Digestive Enzymes and Their Role in Health

Reading Time: 5 minutes Digestive Enzymes and Their Role in Health Digestive enzymes are one of the most crucial elements that help digest your food. They work together with HCl to ensure that the food you consume can be absorbed. Your food contains a complex structure that your gut cannot absorb easily. The three main components of anything you […]

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Athletic Performance

Carnosine for Enhanced Performance & Recovery

Reading Time: 5 minutes What is Carnosine? Carnosine is a protein-building block. It is a dipeptide and consists of two amino acids- beta-alanine and histidine. It plays several crucial functions in the body and is found in the muscles, brain, heart, and other body organs. Carnosine mainly comes from animal sources such as beef, turkey, chicken, and organic meats.

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Taurine

Taurine – Health Benefits and Uses In Sport Performance

Reading Time: 11 minutes People worldwide are constantly looking for and pursuing ways to improve their health, well-being, fitness, and athletic performance without resorting to drugs, steroids, and other substances. There is a significant amount of research in this area, with the majority centered on food, vitamins, herbs, and other supplements. Taurine is an essential component of this trend.

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Collagen

Collagen Peptides Effect on Skeletal Muscle Signaling Post-Exercise

Reading Time: 2 minutes Guest Blog by Designs for Sport Collagen Peptides Effect on Skeletal Muscle Signaling Post-Exercise Collagen consists of 30% of the total protein in the human body. Collagen is essential for the extracellular matrix of muscles and tendons, and muscle force transmission, flexibility, and adaptability. Collagen peptides have a unique amino acid composition, including hydroxyproline, glycine,

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Supplements

Trace Elements to Support Healthy Glucose Metabolism

Reading Time: 2 minutes Guest blog by Designs for Sport Trace elements, such as zinc, chromium, and manganese, are critical to many processes within the human body. They can act as cofactors for enzymatic reactions, assist in cell signaling, help stabilize cellular structures and more. Trace elements also play an important role in healthy glucose metabolism. They help transport

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Protein Powder

Effects of High Protein Intake on Aging, Metabolic Health, and Weight

Reading Time: 4 minutes Guest blog by Designs for Sports An adequate amount of dietary protein is necessary for the body to function properly and maintain cellular health. Protein is the major functional and structural component of every human cell. Dietary proteins are comprised of individual amino acids that act as building blocks and precursors for a variety of

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Glutamine

Why I Love Glutamine

Reading Time: 4 minutes Glutamine is a very underrated conditionally essential amino acid, but it has an impressive host of benefits, especially in our field, that I will highlight in this article. Why I Love Glutamine   Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the blood, and our cells can actually produce it. The highest concentrations are found

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