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Just last week I released an article on the coronavirus (coronavirus: the truth about the virus and what to do about it); Little did I know that we would have … Continue reading COVID: The natural protocol we used to treat my wife
Carnitine could be more harmful than good for you. I’m going against the grain here to bring to light that carnitine might not be as good as you think it … Continue reading Carnitine: a controversial view and why it can actually be bad for you
Liver fat is the last place where you want to have excess fat. The liver, the central hub in our bodies, is key to many metabolic functions. An astonishing amount … Continue reading Improve liver function for a faster metabolism, higher testosterone and more energy
Few people know this, but EMF of most sorts, are toxic to the human body, and even fewer people know that some, if not most, of that damage can be … Continue reading The top 7 ways to protect yourself against the damages of EMF with these foods and supplements
Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is when your muscles start hurting a day or two after training. This usually lasts about 3-5 days but can even last up to two … Continue reading Get rid of muscle pains with these effective methods, supplements & strategies
An acute bout of exercise, especially high-intensity exercise, promotes fatigue by downregulating complex 2 (II) of the electron transport chain (ETC). Electrons created in the Kreb cycle of the mitochondria is transporter … Continue reading Top 3 supplements to prevent exercise fatigue
Tribulus Terrestris (TT) is an androgenic adaptogen that grows as a shrub on the ground ready to puncture anyone’s feet that dares to walk barefoot around. To make the supplement, … Continue reading Tribulus Terrestris: Not So Useless
There are so many different types of creatine out there and every supplement company says that theirs is the best. There is the most basic creatine monohydrate and then there … Continue reading Which type of creatine is the best?
Glycogen is the storage form of glucose. Carbs, either directly from glucose, or when other forms, such as fructose and galactose are converted to glucose, will it be converted to and … Continue reading Coffee for extra muscle glycogen
BCAA is a common, if not the go-to supplement to stop muscle catabolism when training fasted. It’s also used as an intra-workout supplement for the same reason or to boost … Continue reading BCAAs – stop using it to prevent muscle breakdown
The benefits of magnesium are vast, widespread and this is definitely not a mineral to simply overlook. Of all the choices out there, which one should you get though? When … Continue reading Which form of magnesium should I take that will be most beneficial for my goal?