Supplement Ingredient Guide

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Amino Acids & BCAAs (Branch Chain Amino Acids)

Don’t Underestimate the Advantages of Amino Acid Supplementation. Amino Acids, often referred to as the ‘building blocks of protein’, are not only important for general health, but also necessary for building muscle and losing body fat. As it is digested, protein is broken down into its component parts, amino acids. There are 22 dietary amino …

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Caffeine

Get Focused For Your Workout For anyone looking to take their workouts up a notch, and ensure that they are getting the most out of time spent in the gym, caffeine can offer some real beneficial effects. Taking caffeine (medically referred to as Trimethylxanthine) before your workout is a great way of making sure your …

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Reflex Creatine Monohydrate

Creatine Monohydrate

Introduction Creatine is almost certainly the most effective, legally available, supplement of all time. It uses include speeding the production of muscle mass, and decreasing recovery time after high intensity training. As a direct result of its’ popularity, creatine has a world of myth and misinformation surrounding it. This article aims to clear up some …

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Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs)

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Flax Seed Oil

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Glutamine

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Arginine Supplementation

L-Arginine

What is Arginine? Arginine is a semi-essential amino acid, which means that the body cannot produce it naturally. It is therefore important to consume foods that are rich in Arginine. Arginine is a known precursor to the gas Nitric Oxide (NO2), which amongst other things is responsible for many anabolic processes and vasodilation (increased diameter …

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NO2 (Nitric Oxide)

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Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey Nutrition Facts

Whey Protein

Introduction to Whey Protein Whey is one of the two major proteins derived from cow’s milk, as a by-product of the cheese manufacturing process. It is a naturally complete protein, which is quickly absorbed by the body, providing the muscles with rapid nourishment. Bodybuilders have known the benefits of whey protein supplementation for many years, …

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Yohimbe

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ZMA

Introduction to ZMA ZMA is a combination of Zinc, vitamin B6 and magnesium asparate. It is a natural product which has been proven to increase muscle strength in trained athletes, and since it is also very affordable, is there any real reason why you aren’t using it? Why do I Need ZMA? Zinc is an …

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  1. cryoglobulinemia

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