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Vitamin D Deficiency In Athletes

Wendi Iribeck Breaking Muscle Vitamin D is often referenced as the sunshine vitamin since the vitamin’s primary source is attained through sun exposure. Yet, many people are vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble hormone that plays a critical role in bone health, muscle function, adaptive immunity, and many human diseases like cancer, diabetes, and musculoskeletal health.2 Vitamin …
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Do Testosterone Boosters Really Work? A Guide On T-Booster Supplements

By Austin Letorney Generation Iron The truth about testosterone boosters, supplements that work to elevate free testosterone, and what you can do about it. Low testosterone can be a killer for bodybuilders, general fitness folks, and every day men seeking to improve their overall health. While many products on the market claim to increase testosterone naturally, these can …
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TIP: START TAKING THIS UNKNOWN AMINO ACID

Increased muscle growth, enhanced collagen synthesis, and three other great reasons to use this little-known amino. by TC Luoma T-Nation Glycine, alas, isn’t very glamorous. Unlike certain “star” amino acids like the branched-chains and the rest of the essential amino acids, glycine keeps to herself, content to wear homemade clothes, can beets for the winter, and relax …
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Fish Oil for Athletes? Fish for Everyone? Not for Ergogenic Benefits | Summary of Latest Metas + Umbrella Review

From Suppversity There are two fishy articles in the latest issue of Advances in Nutrition, two articles worth taking a closer look at, as I’ve found. Paper 1 and probably the more SuppVersity-ish paper comes from the University of Bath and is, as the authors themselves highlight, the first systematic review of fish oil supplements (#FS) in athletes …