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Fitness center- The Mecca for Good Body and Health

19th February 2011
Maintaining a physically fit body is vital to being healthy. Fitness centers can help us to keep in shape. In a fitness center, one would find a lot of equipment in which he can physically exercise.Below is a listing of the equipment and programs commonly... Read >
Author: Gordon Whitey

How a Pot Belly can be Dangerous

19th November 2010
One of the worst side effects of our sedentary jobs is a pot belly. No doubt, it looks ugly and people suffering from it try to hide it by changing their dressing style or other ways that seem feasible to them. However, apart from looking ugly, a pot bell... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Experience the Dual Benefits of Creatine and Glutathione in LifeWave Carnosine Supplements

25th October 2010
Creatine is better known to be a performance-enhancing supplement used by athletes. It is a naturally occurring amino acid in our body produced by our kidneys and liver that helps transfer/supply energy to our muscles. Its main purpose is to give energy t... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

L-Glutamine: The Benefits of Taking L-Glutamine Powder and Supplements

24th May 2010
Glutamine powders are available in almost all health stores today and they have taken the world by storm ever since they have been introduced in the market. L-Glutamine is a very powerful amino acid which can be found in dairy products, poultry, fish, mea... Read >
Author: Joe Pahl

A Secret Trick Called Facial Exercises

21st May 2010
A good way to maintain a very healthy and very young appearance is by the performance of certain face fitness techniques. Facial muscles are only attached to the skin that is on top of them, rather than bone (like skeletal muscles.) Aging causes these mus... Read >
Author: Jen Hopkins

How Cigarette Smoking Causes Disease and Amputation of Fingers, Arms, and Legs!

11th January 2010
Nicotine itself is not addictive, but it is responsible for releasing dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with pleasure and reinforcements in the brain, thus inducing addictive tendencies in humans. Nicotine is a chemical found in tobacco leaf, the ma... Read >
Author: Glenford Robinson

The Effects of Weight on Back Pain

04th August 2009
In society, we are surrounded by small, medium, and large bone structures. The structure of the muscles and bones play a part in how the body is framed as it matures. Weight factors are considered by bone structure also. For instance, a medium-bone woman ... Read >
Author: Richie Lindsay

Labor Violation That Involves Failure to Accommodate for Disability

26th June 2009
Kells vs Sinclair Buick-GMC Truck Larry Kells, 50, was a car salesman suffering from a degenerative disease called muscular dystrophy that weakens skeletal muscles and limits his motor skills. Because of this condition, he asked his company, Sinclair B... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

What Is L-Carnitine Fumarate?

24th February 2009
L-Carnitine Fumarate is a stable form of L-Carnitine. What is Fumarate? Fumarate is a salt or ester of Fumaric acid. What is Fumaric acid? Fumaric acid is a white crystalline compound, and is one of two isomeric unsaturated dicarboxylic acids ... Read >
Author: Josh B.

EPOC - Turning Up The Post Workout Calorie Burner

28th January 2009
After an intense exercise session, the body goes into oxygen and metabolic debt. Afterwards, the body expends energy to restore the debt to regain homeostasis. This means that our bodies have to burn more calories, just to get back to our normal balanced ... Read >
Author: greywolf

Ubiquinol Reduced CoQ10: The Other Half Of The CoQ10 Story

16th April 2008
Ubiquinol, which is the reduced from of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), has been recently added to the supplement offerings of many companies and has generated a lot of confusion along with its excitement. As a supplement, ubiquinol is somewhat new, but as a critic... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Improving Heart Health With CoQ10 And Omega 3 Supplements

16th April 2008
Cardiovascular disease is still the leading cause of death among Americans and Britons alike. Heart disease also kills more women than men, accounting for one in five female deaths. Even more startling, however, is that it claims responsibility for more d... Read >
Author: Dr. John Heinerman

FAQ about L-Glutamine

23rd June 2006
1. What is L-Glutamine and where does L-Glutamine come from? The extremely popular amino acid L-Glutamine can be found in protein powders, beans, meats, fish, poultry, dairy products, and of course, L-Glutamine supplements from Bodybuilding.com. 2.... Read >
Author: tom willson
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