Protein is one of the most essential nutrients a human can receive. It is found in every cell of the human body. It can be gained through the consumption of animal products, such as meat and dairy, or plant products, such as nuts, seeds, or tofu. But what is the relationship between protein and energy? Does protein provide your body with a source of energy? Continue reading to learn more about this relationship between protein and energy.
Collagen has grown in popularity over the last few years. What is it exactly? It's a protein naturally found in our bodies. Is it worth taking? Do I really even need to take a collagen supplement? In this blog we talk about what collagen is, its benefits, and much more.
Getting injured is part of being an athlete. It's probably the worst part about it. However, your injury doesn't and shouldn't have to define you. What if it's an opportunity to be even better than before? In this blog, we discuss the trials and tribulations of making a comeback from a sports injury and offer tips on how to push past the pain.
What is the difference between BCAA supplement and Glutamine Supplement? After all, BCAAs are a blend of amino acids and Glutamine is an amino acid. Depending on the type of BCAA supplement, most are comprised of essential amino acids, while Glutamine is a non-essential amino acid. Read more to learn the difference.
Creatine is one of the most researched supplement in the fitness and supplement industry. It's often associated with men and bulking or men and increasing muscle mass. But what about creatine and its effects on women? Should women take creatine? Are the effects the same? We dive in deeper into the effects of creatine and women's health.
One of the biggest questions marks in the fitness nutrition industry is does the FDA regulate them? The answer in short is No. The supplement industry is a big gray area when it comes to regulations and standards. While rules and expectations may have improved over the years, there's still a lot of mystery. We explore deeper into why that is and how to choose the right supplements that do have testing and approval.
Should athletes take supplements? What are the benefits to athletes who take supplements? These are questions we address with the break down of different supplements vs. athletes and their goals.
If you have an unhealthy gut, you may struggle to show up and perform at your very best. So why is it important to protect your gut health? Your gut can affect almost every other part of your body. Taking digestive supplements or adding Power Greens to your daily intake may be an added benefit in aiding your digestive and gastrointestinal function.
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