Make Your Coffee Kick Ass Again

by Metabolic Alchemy on August 7, 2014

coffeeAre you a frequent coffee drinker? Does it not seem to have the same kick in the butt you need to start your morning? Do you become anxious, jittery and irritable if you drink too much? Read on if you want to know the secret to refreshing your morning ritual.

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Break it Down: L-Carnitine Types and Benefits

by Metabolic Alchemy on July 2, 2014

Acetyl L Carnitine BenefitsI’ve had a lot of people requesting information about a really simple amino acid that has gotten very complicated over the years due to different types provided to the consumer. If you’re confused about what L-Carnitine does, how to optimize its benefits and what each type does specifically, read on and I’ll do my best to break it down for you.

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Curcumin May Prevent Strokes

by Metabolic Alchemy on June 5, 2014

strokeWhile the evidence is mounting that Curcumin is almost a miracle compound, we still have a ways to go when it comes to delivering this unique constituent of Turmeric where it needs to be.

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Vitamin D Increases IGF-1 Levels

by Metabolic Alchemy on April 15, 2014

vitamin-d3If you’re implementing nutritional or pharmaceutical strategies to increase Growth Hormone, and you’re not getting enough Vitamin D, you may be wasting your efforts.

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Carbohydrate: The Non-Essential Nutrient

by Metabolic Alchemy on March 21, 2014

Carbohydrates, especially sugars, are non-essential nutrientsI have mentioned this a lot in the past, but I was reminded of how important it is that everyone get this in their brain and lock it in. Interestingly enough, I was reminded of this simple fact after reading a site dedicated to raw meat diets for dogs. I don’t suggest you go out and consume uncooked chicken livers, but I do insist you read this post and the link I’m attaching in order to lock in your understanding of how this nutrient plays a role in your pursuit for physical perfection.

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Orally Active Growth Hormone Release?

by Metabolic Alchemy on December 28, 2013

mk-677-Growth-Hormone-GH-ReleaseStudies are being conducted right now on a research chemical that is designed to increase Growth Hormone and IGF-1 levels significantly. We already have access to GRF (Modified GRF 1-29) and several effective GHRP’s (Ipamorelin, GHRP-2, GHRP-6) which, when combined, can increase GH levels substantially. What makes this new research chemical unique?

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Got Fat? Eat Cocoa.

by Metabolic Alchemy on December 12, 2013

shutterstock_cocoa-beans-1280x960While it’s not a magic bullet by any means, it seems like every now and then I come across another study talking about the health benefits of cocoa, especially in regards to body composition, fat loss and obesity.

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5 Ways to Feel Great on Thanksgiving

by Metabolic Alchemy on November 28, 2013

Thanksgiving meal Suggestions to Feel Great AfterwardsI know the internet is littered with common sense advice on how to eat right, especially on holidays like Thanksgiving. Most of these articles focus solely on eating “properly” to avoid excessive calorie intake and with it, the weight gain. I don’t really feel like reinventing a wheel that actually doesn’t work anyways. Instead I’m going to offer up some simple advice on how to not feel like crap after pigging out.

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Bicarbonate Boosts Exercise Performance

October 23, 2013

Sodium Bicarbonate, otherwise known as baking soda, has been used as a performance enhancer for decades. The studies that have been done to show its benefits have been back and forth. A recent study has shown some pretty significant results in favor of supplementation.

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Aromatase Inhibitor for HRT Monotherapy

October 11, 2013

Many men in their late 30′s and up are starting to discover the benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy. As Testosterone levels decline, so does sex drive, strength, muscle mass, and energy levels. At the same time, metabolic syndrome can creep up on the aging male. There are a lot of good reasons an older male […]

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