low magnesium
Is magnesium deficiency halting your gains? To be valid, every hormone or mineral evaluation must be tested in the right compartment. Even if it is commonly prescribed, the serum magnesium test is a poor indicator of magnesium levels as serum magnesium represents only 1% of the body’s stores. Low serum magnesium indicates severe deficiency. Red blood cell magnesium
Here is the repost of my Facebook Live that took place on April 20th Did you miss it? Please like my Facebook page and select “See First” in the Following tab.   Live video I did on my Facebook page where I answered random questions.   00:18 Upcoming seminar series on Powerlifting with Stan Efferding
We live in a toxic world, and this toxicity affects androgen levels at an epidemic level This is reflected in the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat. But it is also present in the products we consume and we have at least some level of control over this. What
Tyrosine
Tyrosine, an important amino acid you may not know about Like almost any nutrient, be it a vitamin, mineral, or botanical extract, amino acids are best introduced to the body via whole foods. In this way, they typically come packaged along with complementary and accessory nutrients that facilitate their absorption and fulfillment of their biochemical
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cravings

Natural Prescription for Cravings

By Mike Koskiniemi PhD – Motions Fitness When the Cravings Hit It happens to almost everyone. You’ve eaten a good dinner, you’re not really hungry but all of a sudden you need something bad and you need it now! You feel the cravings for foods that are off limits Next time that snacking urge hits,
zinc deficiency inflammation
A guest Blog by Designs for Health Zinc is where it’s at! Zinc has a long history known as the mineral of the immune system. New research from Oregon State University demonstrated that it appears to affect how the immune system responds to inflammation. A zinc deficiency may play a role in chronic diseases that involve
A Guest Blog by Designs for Health Fish Oil and Vitamin D – The Serotonin Power Team Many studies have demonstrated that fish oils and vitamin D help improve cognitive function, but what exactly is the mechanism of action? In an article just published in FASEB Journal, serotonin is described as the possible missing link, explaining
fish oil
The Many Benefits of Fish Oil Fish oil is grossly underestimated as an anabolic supplement, plus it makes you  makes you healthier and smarter… There’s no limit to the benefits that omega-3 bring to health. Now, it seems they even help you pack on more muscle in addition. They do this in two ways: they upregulate
mag
The Magnesium Supplement Issue… We are constantly being told that magnesium is essential for our health and that we are chronically deficient in it. But what we are not told is what to look for in a magnesium supplement. The truth of the matter is that not all  supplements are the same quality. Not only
Prioritize What Matters Most Anyone that’s cracked open a self-help book on productivity should understand the concept of putting their first order, or most important task (MIT) before anything else.  Given that, completing this task will give us the results we’re looking, and in many cases, remove the need to complete some of the other
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