Muscle Support Condition

One of the most ominous threats to our ability to remain healthy and mobile as we age is a steady loss of lean muscle. This process is called sarcopenia. Sarcopenia is characterized by a decrease in testosterone levels resulting in muscle atrophy. This in turn affects our strength and functionality. Additionally, inadequate protein consumption, insufficient caloric intake and an imbalance in hormonal or mineral levels can cause dysfunction within the muscle, resulting in cramps, spasms and fatigue. A balanced diet comprised of good quality proteins, natural supplementation, and a regular exercise routine will help to maintain good muscle health even into old age.

Posted on: April 7th, 2017 by Brandon No Comments

Which Protein is the Best Fit For You?

Some people think protein supplements are just for bodybuilders or serious athletes, but the truth is everyone needs high-quality protein to help build and maintain muscle. Getting enough protein not only allows the body to stay strong well into middle and old age, but also helps improve endurance, reduce fatigue, and reduces recovery time for injuries. Not all protein supplements are created equal. You can... Read More

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Posted on: March 16th, 2017 by Brandon No Comments

The “Fit 6” for Health and Wellness

When you were a kid, your mother may have told you, “You are what you eat.” As cliché as it may have been, there is a lot of truth to the saying. Healthy foods have profound healing powers, while unhealthy foods wreak havoc on our bodies. It all seems simple enough, right? Despite what we know through modern science about nutrition, though, many of us... Read More

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Posted on: June 10th, 2016 by Sarah No Comments

Do you know the magnesium form your body needs?

You may remember from science class that magnesium is a gray mineral that is the ninth most-abundant element in the universe. It is also the fourth most-abundant mineral in the body, in which about 60% of it is found in bone. A lack of magnesium has little effect on our stature, but it affects so much of our body’s functions. Most Americans are not aware... Read More

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Posted on: June 13th, 2015 by Sarah No Comments

Staying Young For A Lifetime

Take Care of Your Muscles and They Will Take Care of You Staying young and active throughout our entire lifetime is something we all aim for. We want to be able to do what we want, when we want to do it. Playing with our kids, traveling, jogging, hiking, and enjoying time with family, friends, and loved ones really gets to the core of what life is... Read More

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