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Understanding The Body 101

Simple Science… Why you cannot waste time with artificial / synthetic nutrients. When you fully comprehend this.. you will start to see food differently. The entire human body – atoms, molecules, cells, tissues and organs – is made from food, water and air. Every nerve, muscle gland, secretion, bone and hair begins as food we eat, water we drink or air we breathe. Everything that makes up our body originated outside of it. Water and air – simple molecules universal to all life – are absorbed into the body unchanged. Foods, on the other hand, consist of complex substances that differ f..

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The Science of “Cheat Meals”.

Understanding leptin and the utilisation of strategically implementing higher calorie days whilst dieting.  Leptin is a hormone released from fat tissue that plays a key role in regulating appetite and feelings of satiety. While leptin has many functions in the body, the main function is to control or regulate fat-cell size. Once leptin is released from fat cells, it is believed to signal to the brain that the body has received adequate food, thereby suppressing your appetite. Accredited to the fluctuations in fat cell size induced from elevated leptin the amount of stored energy each ..

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Magnesium Breakdown

Magnesium is a dietary mineral. Magnesium deficiencies are the second most common deficiency in developed countries, the first being Vitamin D. A lack of magnesium will raise blood pressure, reduce insulin sensitivity and causes neural excitation. Magnesium deficiencies are common in the western diet because grains are poor sources of magnesium. Other prominent sources of magnesium, like nuts and leafy vegetables, are not eaten as often. If magnesium is supplemented to attenuate a deficiency, it acts as a sedative, reducing blood pressure and improving insulin sensitivity. Maintaining..

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The RAW Processing Difference

When whey protein is low-temperature-processed (raw or cold-processed) it retains many of its fragile immune factors and nutrients leaving it loaded with the ideal blend of easily-absorbed amino acids, anti-inflammatory immune factors and metabolism-boosting peptides, along with potent antioxidants and alkaline minerals. Naturally produced whey is loaded with protein and when it is kept as pure and unprocessed as possible and made from the milk of pasture-fed cows, it is also loaded with antioxidants and important amino acids. Most commercial whey powders are high-heat-treated, acid-flus..

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Whey Protein Processing Methods

This is probably the most over looked way to assure that you are purchasing a quality whey protein product. There are two main components of milk protein:  1) Casein 2) Whey Protein Whey protein in the most part is a by-product of cheese manufacturing. The casein coagulates and separates leaving raw whey uncurded on top of the casein. The casein is a very rich source of protein and natural vitamins etc as it has not been denatured in any way.  The whey however, undergoes various processing steps and it is these processing steps which determine the quality of the whey pro..

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