Omegas are found in fish… but they are also found in plants, just like amino acids are too! Omegas have a long history behind them, in particular Omega 3. Omega 3 research established back in 1978, considered ‘ground breaking’ by the Lancet Journal, one of the most revered scientific literature journals of the time and remains so to date. Their research focused on the Greenland Eskimos, prompting the rethinking of fats and their function on our health.
Did you know that Glycine is one of the most abundant amino acids in the human body!? After L-Glutamine and L-Arginine respectively. While glycine is considered a non-essential amino acid; meaning that it can be formed via other amino acids, it is a high demand amino acid for multiple processes in the body.
With supplementation in any form comes questions, and with that answers that aren’t always accurate. Below we will be covering one of the biggest question’s women have a concern with when looking into creatine and that is, “Will creatine make me hold water weight?”.
What makes testosterone so important for someone is who is training and exerting their body, wanting to recover and improve/progress towards their goals? Let’s take a look at what testosterone does in the body.