It's well known that green tea has many health benefits. What you may not know is that a class of substances known as polyphenols are credited for most of these benefits. In this article I will discuss polyphenols and their role in improving our health. What Is A Polyphenol? Polyphenols are substances naturally found in plants. A subgroup of polyphenols called flavonoids have been found to have health benefits.
Scientists have described Fulvic acid as the "missing link" of nutrition. It has been reported that without Fulvic, human life as we know it would not exist. Many studies have been undergone, reporting about the value of Fulvic in every living aspect of life. Despite the proven benefits to Fulvic acid, it still remains fairly unpopular in the health industry due to it's lack of production.
The symptoms of being magnesium deficient can sometimes be very subtle, and you may not realize straight away that you need to make a change to your diet. Symptoms can start off very small, such as suffering from frequent mild head aches or muscle cramps. Our bodies need magnesium in order to function properly, and if our body doesn't function properly, we will become sick or ill with these symptoms.
Nitric oxide or NO is an important component in the body that functions as the signal for when the blood vessels to relax and widen. When the organs are in need of more blood NO provides the required amount of it. A big meal is digested with help of NO in the blood. No also helps to relax the blood vessels in the male organ to cause a pool in the blood which produces the erection.
Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome, if it is not caught and properly diagnosed, will only do one thing; it will get much worse. It can reach a point where the damages that it has caused cannot be reversed, and in some cases, it can be life threatening. However, it does have one very effective treatment; vitamin B1, also known as thiamine. But there is some misconception about this syndrome in that it is always the result of long term alcohol abuse that depletes this vitamin in your body.
There is a lot of misconception about the actual causes of vitamin B12 deficiency, and most of this confusion is the result of the vitamin itself. Although not receiving enough of this nutrient in your daily diet is one of the leading causes, it is only one of several, as the actual length of this list may shock most people the first time they see it.
These days some people plainly dismiss human growth hormone (HGH) as a fancy new steroid or fad supplement that will no doubt peter out in popularity in the years to come. However, I have my doubts about a substance that can actually help reverse the natural aging process phasing out of the public eye, and HGH is NOT a steroid. The (exciting) truth is that HGH works naturally in every sense of the word, and simply increase an already occurring chemical produced primarily in the anterior pituitary gland inside a person's brain.
Before we discuss TestoPRO and Stoked and why they make one of the best testosterone booster stacks on the market, we need to be clear about just what exactly stacks and testosterone boosters are. In this instance, a stack refers to two or more testosterone boosters being used simultaneously. A stack however is not limited to testosterone boosters, it could in fact refer to other dietary supplements being used simultaneously such as creatine, fish oils and multivitamins to name just a few.
What does creatine do you wonder? Creatine is a performance-enhancing supplement taken by athletes and bodybuilders. It helps build up muscle, boosts energy and stamina, and shortens recovery time. Healthy persons can safely take the supplement, but they should follow safety guidelines on dosing. Those with kidney or liver problems are not advised to take the supplement at all because it may aggravate their condition.
Fish oil? Foul! Many generations were fed it by the spoonful to guard against all manner of childhood complaints. It was slimy and oily and impossibly hard to swallow. But the advantages of that fishy torture were way, way more wonderful than anyone at the time knew: it wasn't until late last century that fish oil hit the headlines big-time. First and foremost was the discovery of its positive effect on all things cardio-vascular (heart-rate, blood pressure, arteries) - thanks to studies of Greenland's robustly healthy Inuit tribes, who live largely on a diet of 'fatty' fish.