How to choose the right protein powder - A simple way to keep your muscles strong and toned as you get older

It’s normal for our muscles to lose tone and become a bit flabby as we age. Flabby muscles are a sign that we’re losing muscle mass and strength, and the medical term for that is sarcopenia. Losing muscle mass makes it harder to do the things you take for granted and losing strength also makes you more prone to injuries that can keep you from enjoying the activities you've loved for years. It's a major reason people lose mobility and end up in nursing homes. We all want to stay strong and vital for as long as possible. So many of us turn to exercise and while regular exercise is highly recommended, it’s often not enough! We need to feed our muscles, too, otherwise, it's a waste of time.

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How Oxytocin and Tadalafil Can Maximize Sexual Performance

You’ve always enjoyed a healthy sex life. It’s an essential piece of the puzzle in your relationship with your better half. While sex isn’t everything, it has been satisfying for you and your partner. It’s something that you have always enjoyed and look forward to on a regular basis. If you have noticed that your stamina isn’t what it used to be and would like to get back to the way things were, then we strongly recommend that you consider Oxytocin and Tadalafil troches.

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The Three Worst Things To NEVER EVER Do While Dieting For Fat Loss

Heavily restrict your calorie intake.  Sure, it may make logical sense that if you only eat a cup of salad a day, you'll be losing fat like melting butter.  Unfortunately, it doesn't quite work like that.  The truth is, your body hates heavy calorie restriction and crash diets...they almost instantly send your body in to "starvation mode", decreasing metabolism and causing your body to hold on to your fat stores as a starvation protection mechanism.

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Why are certified pharmaceutical supplements absolutely necessary today & why should you be taking them based on your individual deficiencies

Micronutrient deficiencies absolutely cause obesity. Obese people are basically over fed but under nourished. They are actually starving to death at a micronutrient point of view, and its why they cannot help themselves but to continue to eat. Notice what they are eating? The are not eating pounds of vegetables, seeds, nuts, or fruits. They are feasting on pizza, subs, pasta, fried food, cake, and the list can go on and on.

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IGF-1 vs. Human Groth Hormone - Are they the same? Which one is better?

The human body naturally produces growth factor hormones all your life, but the levels will change depending on your age and lifestyle. The levels of insulin-like growth factor 1, responsible for promoting energy, a robust immune system, enhanced fat burning, stronger bones, youthful looking skin, speed up healing, repair muscle tissue, and athletic physique, peak around your early 20s and start to decline around middle age rapidly.

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Testosterone’s Fight Against Inflammation More Than You Know & The Reason Why You Should Always Look For CRP (C-Reactive Protein) In A Blood Exam

Chronic pain has to be considered in all respects a debilitating disease and 10–20% of the world's adult population is affected by this disease. In the most general terms, pain is symptomatic of some form of dysfunction and (often) the resulting inflammatory processes in the body. In a study of pain, considerable attention has been paid to the involvement of, testosterone, the primary androgen, plays a beneficial, protective role in the body.

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Non-Injectable Options For Testosterone Therapy & Why We Don't Recommend Them

The primary drawback of creams and gels is that their testosterone concentration is too low, and it is also difficult to control the delivery of the dosage. Absorption through the skin is inefficient due to food consumption, sweat glands, and other factors. Often, this inconsistent absorption rate produces a variance in DHT levels and potentially harmful side effects like puffy nipples, water retention, and mood swings.

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