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      By Nathan Gray Nutra Ingredients USA

      Taurine could provide protection against heart disease in women with high cholesterol, according to the results of a new study. ...
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      by Layne Norton Bodybuilding.com

      In recent years, branched chain amino acid supplements have come back into 'vogue' in the bodybuilding and fitness community, and ...
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      by Robert Goldman MD, PhD Iron Man Magazine

      While people typically lose 30 percent of their muscle strength between the ages of 50 and 70, it is critically important ...
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      By Stephen Daniells Nutra Ingredients USA

      Plant sterols in supplement form, and not formulated into margarine or other food products, may cut cholesterol levels ...
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      From ScienceDaily

      A diet lacking in omega-3 fatty acids, nutrients commonly found in fish, may cause your brain to age faster and lose some of its memory and thinking ...
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      By Shane Starling Nutra Ingredients USA

      A study of 25 healthy men has found DMAA-containing, pre-workout sports supplement, Jack3D, does not change resting heart ...
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      From Ergo-Log

      Extracts of Momordica charantia, a cucumber-like plant from East Africa and Asia, have an anabolic effect. Indian researchers gave extracts to male ...
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      by Dr. Sara Solomon P.T., DMD Bodybuilding.com

      If you're not drinking matcha green tea yet, you're behind the times! Get with the program and try this metabolism-enhancing, ...
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      by TC - T-Nation

      When you cook meat, it turns brown. It's a process called the Maillard Reaction, which is simply the binding of sugars to protein.

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