Protein supplements, protein shakes and 'health bars' with additional packed in protein are everywhere in the market nowadays, but what's the real deal, and what is better for you in the long term? Make sure you know the facts before you start adding supplements to your diet that you perhaps don't need, or taking away natural foods from your meal plans and switching them up for something perhaps not as good.
It is undoubtedly among the most widely consumed oral supplement, yet lots of doubts remain about its use and benefits.
It is a fat-soluble vitamin-like substance that is essential for cellular energy metabolism. In our cells, mitochondria can be called the powerhouse. Without Coq10 this energy reactor cannot function properly. Thus the organs with highest energy needs are also those that are rich in Coq10, and at the same time demand it a lot.
Coq10 is also known by other names like coenzyme Q, ubiquinone, and ubidecarenone.
It is a powerful antioxidant found in fruits, vegetables, and animal products. In humans, it is naturally produced in the liver. As an antioxidant, it plays a vital role in protecting our cells from damage by by-products of metabolism. In fact, it is the most important antioxidant in our body.
A closer look at fat burners, appetite suppressants, and carb blockers. You know that saying, “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is”? Well truer words couldn’t be said when it comes to the ridiculous advertisements and claims made by distinctly Not 1R-Approved over-the-counter (OTC) fat loss supplements and diet pills. I mean, dudes, chances are really good that even if you wanted to look like this guy, you’re not going to, no matter how much Hydroxycut you take (and in my unwarranted opinion, that’s a good thing…): Yikes. And, sorry to disappoint you, but double doses of Q...Read more