Research

Magnesium: Important for Overall Well-Being and Performance

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Magnesium is an essential dietary mineral that is important in over 300 enzymatic systems including muscle contraction, nerve function, ATP activation, protein synthesis, & blood sugar regulation. Magnesium is the second most common deficiency in developed countries and is important for overall health and athletic performance.

Carbohydrates for Performance

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Carbohydrates are one of the three macronutrients (fat, protein and carbohydrate). They provide substantial calories within our diet, and serve as a quick and easy source of energy during physical activity. Carbohydrates are the easiest macronutrient (compared to protein or fat) for your body to break down and use as fuel – and are therefore known as the body’s first energy source. Read more to learn how to fuel with carbs for optimal performance!

FTM's Nutrition Principles for Staying Fit and Healthy

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We have an incredible amount of information at our fingers tips – and are bombarded daily with an information overload, whether it’s the newest study, research, or diet fad out there. This information can be confusing – who do you trust? Where was the research sourced? Are eggs good or bad? What fats are healthy? What about the blood type diet? We could go on and on. The reality is, eating healthy is SIMPLE.

Reaching your racing weight and staying there

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For most athletes (like endurance athletes), one of their goals is to weigh as little as possible without losing power so their power to weight ratio is optimal. This is especially important for athletes who fight gravity as in cyclists going uphill.

Strength and Power

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Strength and Power refers to the strength of your muscles and your muscle’s capacity to exert force and/or speed. We carry products that are designed to increase strength and power by doing a few things including: supporting muscle growth and rebuilding, reducing muscle fatigue, and increasing oxygen delivery - allowing you to go longer, harder, and faster. Read this article to learn more about ingredients used in the products we carry to help support your strength and power goals!

Proven Nutrition: Stacking For Performance

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We’ve partnered with Proven Nutrition to offer our athletes an effective line of products that can be combined in stacks to meet specific performance goals. We’re confident the recommended stacks below will elevate your game to the next level.Every athlete, no matter what the sport, intensity, or duration can truly benefit from these products. Read this article to learn more about each product and how you can create a supplement strategy using stacks to help you achieve optimal performance.

Dragon Herbs: Attaining Glowing Health with Tonic Herbs

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Dragon Herbs makes a variety of products using tonic herbs. Tonic herbs are a group of elite herbs from Chinese Medicine that promote health. They help us feel and look younger due to the health-promoting constituents that help strengthen our body, calm the mind, promote creativity and provide a powerful immune system. Read this article to learn more about Dragon Herbs products.

Recovery: The Key to Peak Performance

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Recovery nutrition and care goes beyond the immediate recovery needed after a race or competition. For your body to perform at its best, it needs to continue the recovery process well past the day of your event or hard workout. What you do in between events - how you eat, how you sleep, and how you rebuild - are all a part of the recovery process and will affect your next training or event.

Vitamin D: The Sunshine Vitamin

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Vitamin D is a fat soluble essential vitamin that plays an important role in disease prevention and in maintaining optimal health. Vitamin D affects nearly 3000 genes in the human body, and supports our bodies in many ways including bone health, teeth health, and helps support a strong immune system.

Essential Nutrients: What Your Body Needs

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The body is an amazing machine that can do so much to keep it functioning, however, there are nutrients that the body cannot make, and must be obtained from other sources such as food or supplements. These are known as essential nutrients – and are organized into six different categories: vitamins, minerals, protein, fats, carbohydrates, and water.


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