Showing posts with label Supplementation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Supplementation. Show all posts

Monday, May 29, 2023

EAA Supplementation's Superior Benefits for Muscle Growth

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A comprehensive guide for Essential Amino Acids (EAAs) and supplementation, exploring their superior benefits for muscle growth. Throughout my years of research and personal experiences, I have learned that not all supplements are created equal, and some, like EAAs, hold the promise of providing a real edge in our pursuit of muscle hypertrophy. In this guide, I will unravel the science behind EAAs, provide supplementation tips, and shed light on the potent synergy between EAAs and creatine monohydrate.

Saturday, March 11, 2023

Building Muscle with Sunflower Seeds: A Detailed Breakdown of the Superfood

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Building and maintaining muscle mass can be a real challenge, especially when you're on a tight budget or limited in food options or supplements. There are simple and affordable strategies to make sure you're getting the protein and energy you need to support muscle growth and maintenance. One such strategy is incorporating sunflower seeds as a supplement into your diet. They can be a fantastic source of plant-based protein and other essential nutrients that your body needs. In this article/guide, we'll dive into how sunflower seeds can help you build or maintain muscle, the steps, the recipes, and good suggestions for tech and sunflower seeds you may need.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

How to choose your Protein Source from Food and Supplements (Protein Guide)

What is protein?

A complete protein molecule consists of 21 different types of Amino Acids, which altogether are the ingredients, or in other words the "building blocks", of the structure of a protein, which is a molecule, specifically a Macromolecule that's made up of chains of Amino Acids.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Creatine & Citrulline malate, everything you have to know

Contrary to some common beliefs, these supplements are natural and safe if you follow the suggested doses (especially Citrulline malate which is very safe even by using very high doses). Though you don't 'have to' consume Creatine monohydrate and Citrulline malate in contrast to BCAA, these supplements will help you to achieve your goals much faster than without them, for the following reasons:

BCAA, you really need them, BUT...

BCAA - Branched Chain Amino Acids

BCAA (Branched Chain Amino Acids)

The building blocks of muscle's protein - Branched Chain Amino Acids (L-leucine, L-isoleucine, and L-valine). This (in combination with a full protein with all the EAA / Essential Amino Acids) is the most important supplement you can provide to your body for muscle fiber reconstruction and enhancement during your rest periods, and the most crucial role between them corresponds to L-leucine. It is even more important that your body cannot produce these three amino acids by itself, therefore it depends by taking them from your food & supplements, which are the only source.