If You Use It Right L-Arginine Can Boost HGH Growth Hormone Naturally
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If You Use It Right L-Arginine Can Boost HGH Growth Hormone Naturally

Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutesArginine is an essential amino acid that causes the secretion of growth hormone from the pituitary gland. A dose of arginine an hour before a weightlifting workout speeds muscle building and fat loss. Researcher Sandy Shaw used this protocol by taking 10 grams of arginine before doing bench presses. She lost 25 pounds of fat […]

How To Use Creatine - Learn How To Get The Best Results
Creatine

How to Use Creatine – Learn How to Get the Best Results

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutesSecratatropin HGH “With Secratatropin HGH you can naturally stimulate HGH production in the pituitary gland to increase performance…more” Creatine is one of the best supplements to build lean muscle, increase mass and even lose weight. Creatine is a naturally-occurring nutrient made up of the amino acids arginine, glycine, and methionine, but only half the amount […]

Different Types of Protein - Maxon
Protein

Different Types of Protein

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutesWhat are Proteins? Proteins are made up of differing structures of amino acids that can be classified as essential or non-essential. Our bodies cannot produce these essential amino acids, so we must obtain them from our diet. Since there is no storage form of protein in the body, we must acquire adequate amounts of protein […]

Creatine Is It Worth The Hype
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Creatine: Is it worth the hype?

Estimated Reading Time: 6 minutesUnless you’ve been living in seclusion, you have most likely heard of the nutritional supplement creatine. The use of creatine as a performance enhancer was first popularized after the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, and testimonies by Mark McGuire and many other professional athletes have made creatine use extremely popular in the United States. Creatine […]

Ephedrine – A Weight Loss Supplement
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Ephedrine – A Weight Loss Supplement

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutesEphedrine is a stimulant acting as ß2-agonist, which means it mimics norepinephrine. An increase in sympathetic activity is associated with increased lipolysis, heart rate, heart contractility, and glycolysis. Again, the increase in lipolysis will result in a higher level of circulating FFA, which will likely increase ß-oxidation. Ephedrine also possesses thermogenic properties. Thermogenesis is an […]