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What Is Paleo Diet? – Fad Or Holy Grail?

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The paleo diet is essentially the caveman diet. You eat what they ate. This includes meat, seafood, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds. There’s one big staple of Western dieting that is missing. Grains! Yes! Paleo is a starch free diet (excluding some variations that allow potatoes or sweet potatoes) that essentially reduces the amount of carbohydrate we take in. What does this mean for us? We’re going back to whole foods!

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Tricep Workouts For Mass

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We know that the triceps make up a whopping 2/3 of your arm’s mass. How do you make your arms bigger? By making your triceps bigger! I personally only do three, maybe four exercises on arm day for triceps. Why so light? Because the triceps are getting their butt worked off assisting the chest on chest day and shoulders on shoulder day. So they get a lot of accessory work throughout the week even if you may not think they are. Following biceps on arm day, I usually like to use the following exercises.

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Importance of Enzymes in your Body

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Enzymes accelerate or in other words catalyze a reaction. Most enzymes are proteins that have been discovered. They are needed for all body functions such as blood, organ fluids, mouth saliva and stomach fluids. These are the most important functions enzymes have. Enzymes have been around for hundreds of years. There are no limits to what enzymes can do. Here is everything you need to now about enzymes in a nutshell.

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Prohormone Terminology FAQ

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Shelf life is the recommendation of time that products can be stored, during which the defined quality of a specified proportion of the goods remains acceptable under expected (or specified) conditions of distribution, storage and display. Product shelf-life depends on the compound, for instance the popular designer steroid Epistane/Havoc has a very short shelf life and begins to lose effectiveness after six months of being stored.

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Herniated Disc – 5 Natural Home Remedies To Stop Pain and Swelling

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What Is A Herniated Disc? Our spine is cushioned by tiny, mushy discs. The main job of these spongy discs is to absorb the shocks endured by our body. Herniated disc is a condition when our discs get damaged or ruptured. It mostly affects our lower back and sometimes the pain can be felt near the neck (cervical spine). People who are entangled in jobs and sports which require heavy lifting, pushing, twisting are very likely to suffer from this disorder. And with surgeries offering very poor curative results, people are bound to embrace natural remedies. The Best Natural Treatments Resting Rest is regarded to be the most effective treatment for herniated disc in lower back. But sometimes, over resting may backfire as it can weaken the surrounding muscles. Therefore, light activities with some rest can bring great relief. Ice and heat Ice or heat treatment can bring great comfort to the patient. Depending on what you are more comfortable with, either of them can be applied to the affected area. They help to numb the nerves, reduces swelling and soothes out the pain. Always remember not to keep both of the either packs on for too long. Apply it ...

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Green Tea Health Benefits – Hype or Fact?

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There are three basic varieties of tea... green, black and oolong. All are made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant and the only difference between them is the processes used to make them. Green tea is made by steaming the leaves quickly. To make black tea, the leaves are exposed to the air or fermented, which darkens the leaves and gives them flavour, while for oolong the tea leaves are only partially fermented.

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Liver protection during prohormone cycles

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In the modern world of prohormones and designer steroids that are processed by the liver, it’s becoming increasingly important to understand the effects of these compounds on our livers and how to mitigate some of these concerns by providing our liver with adequate protection. In particular methylated compounds pose an increased risk to liver health, while there are many popular non methylated prohormones available, methylated compounds are generally

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