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The effects of running on testosterone levels

American marathoner Ryan Hall recently said that in the past year he has been dealing with bouts of low testosterone that affect his running – a malady he has concluded is a risk for men who train and run marathons. Hall noticed a sudden onset of fatigue that obviously affected his training … Continue reading

Selenium and CoQ10 Combo Cuts Heart Disease Deaths in Half

Five year study reveals that combining selenium with CoQ10 has been found to dramatically slash the risk of death from cardiovascular disease Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the developed world, killing more than 17 million per year, which is more lives than cancer claims. This is … Continue reading

Turns out protein quality matters when it comes to building muscle

Internationally venerated skeletal muscle scientist takes a critical look at how protein quality impacts muscle mass and strength gains with resistance exercise Attention Crossfit®, HIIT, Orange Theory® and absolutely anyone who cares about maintaining muscle mass – Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Skeletal Muscle Health, Dr. Stuart M. Phillips … Continue reading

WHAT ALOE VERA DOES IN YOUR BODY: WHY EGYPTIANS CALLED IT THE PLANT OF IMMORTALITY

Known to the Egyptians as the plant of immortality and to Native Americans as the wand of heaven, aloe vera comes with a wide array of amazing healing properties — some of which you may already be aware. You might even have your own aloe vera plant in your home for those small emergencies … Continue reading

The Promising Potential of Medical Marijuana

Medical marijuana is now legal in several U.S. states, but it’s still incredibly difficult for scientists to legally study it. The possible therapeutic uses of marijuana are vast, but more research is still needed. Read on to learn about the most promising potential applications of medical marijuana and the current … Continue reading

Gut Bacteria May Help Decrease Stroke

Certain types of bacteria in the gut can leverage the immune system to decrease the severity of stroke.  Stroke is currently the second leading cause of death worldwide. The most common type is ischemic stroke, during which a blocked blood vessel prevents blood from reaching the brain. Researchers at Memorial … Continue reading

Your Fingers Show Your Athletic Potential and Anxiety

Source: The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Summary: By comparing your index and ring fingers, a neuroscientist can tell if you are likely to be anxious, or if you are likely to be a good athlete. By comparing your index and ring fingers, a neuroscientist can tell if … Continue reading

Cycling Only 10 Min After Workouts Promotes Recovery as Effectively, Cheaper and More Conveniently Than Ice Baths

Cold water immersion and active recovery are common post-exercise recovery treatments you’ve read about before at theSuppVersity. With the publication of the latest study from theQueensland University of Technology, this is yet the first article to discuss a comparison of both recovery methods in a nine trained male individuals – a … Continue reading

Fructose Feeds Fat

The simple carbohydrate is linked to increase in fat deposits and body weight. Due in large part to an ever-increasing presence of high-fructose corn syrup in prepared foods, fructose – a simple carbohydrate derived from fruit and vegetables, has become a predominant component of the standard American diet. Researchers from … Continue reading

Exercise Hormone Helps Shed, Prevent Fat

New study discovers that exercise produces irisin, which helps convert calorie-storing white fat cells into energy-burning brown fat cells.  The hormone “irisin” was discovered in 2012, by a Harvard Medical School professor and his team. The team discovered that the hormone levels of irisin rise through exercise, converting white fat (bad … Continue reading

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