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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Vitamin B12 – When, How, and Why to Supplement

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Vitamin B12 is water-soluble. Cobalamine contains the element cobalt surrounded by a porphyrin like ring. The coenzyme forms of cobalamine are 5'deoxyadenosylcobalamine and methylcobalamine.

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Vitamin D Benefits and How To Get Them

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New benefits of Vitamin D are being discovered everyday as an important part of a healthy diet. Yet many people still don't get enough Vitamin D to reap the wonderful benefits it can offer to support good health.

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Vitamin K – The Next Smashing Vitamin

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For the past decade, we have been hearing so much about how vitamin D can promote good health in almost every respect. But now, based on the remarkable knowledge scientists have gained regarding vitamin K, we have a new kid on the block that may end up being the next vitamin D.

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Over the Counter PCT Vs SERM PCT

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Taking a prohormone is something that a bodybuilder, or an individual who is looking to become stronger and bigger, can do when they do not want to resort to the use of anabolic steroids. Though prohormones are not considered anabolic steroids, it does not mean using them should be taken lightly.

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20 Common Amino Acids That Keep You Alive

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Amino acids refer to the molecular structure consisting of both amine and carboxyl functional groups. Referred to as alpha-amino acids in Biochemistry, typically it is defined with the formula H2NCHRCOOH where R stands for organic substitute.

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L-Glutamine – The Miracle Amino Acid and How You Can Benefit From Its Use

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Glutamine is an amino acid found in proteins of all life forms and is classified as a semi-essential or conditionally essential amino acid. This means that under normal circumstances the body can synthesize sufficient L-glutamine to meet physiological demands. Nonetheless, there are conditions where the body cannot do so.

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