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Types of Muscle Fibers

Type I fibers (sometimes called slow-twitch or slow-oxidative fibers) are better designed for prolonged exercise performed at a lower intensity. In comparison to Type II fibers, Type I fibers will have more mitochondria and rely more heavily on the a...
by Body Health Pro on May 5, 2013

What is Glutamine?

Glutamine is the most abundant single amino acid in the blood and in the intracellular free amino acid pool (most abundant amino acid in muscle tissue). It comprises 61% of the amino acid pool in skeletal muscle. Glutamine’s unique structure, conta...
by Body Health Pro on Feb 5, 2013

Iron For Your Strength

Every living cell, whether plant or animal, contains iron. Most of it in the body is a component of the proteins: hemoglobin in red blood cells and myoglobin in muscle cells. Oxygen transport throughout the body is reliant on these red blood cell car...
by Body Health Pro on Dec 20, 2012

Omega 3: The Ultimate Element of Strength!

As we know the fish literally saturated with fat. The question is whether it is harmful for our body? In this case of fat the answer is definitely “no”. Quite the opposite, there is a variety of fish fat (Omega 3), which is wildly important for a...
by Muscle Bodybuilder on Sep 1, 2012

Exercise to Improve Men’s Health

Exercise has been known for years that would make the best service. It is true, and especially among men. The exercise comes with many benefits, while generating less negative health than men. Before you start thinking about the train schedule of the...
by Health & Fitness on Feb 25, 2012

Diabetes – What’s the Difference Between Type 1 and Type 2?

My parents used to tell great grandma to “stay out of the sugar!” whenever we left her house. I wasn’t sure why they said it, but everyone got a kick out of it. Great-grandma, I came to find out had [...]Diabetes – What’...


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