Fitness & Nutrition

Eat Your: Chicken

When committing to a fitness style diet plan, one of the first things you may be told is to start eating chicken. The baked-chicken-for-dinner-every-night stereotype rings true for many serious fitness professionals…but, it’s not without reason. Here are just a few reasons to eat chicken as part of your fitness diet: One cup of chicken …

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Using Antioxidants to Enhance Athletic Performance

Antioxidant Supplementation- Effects on Exercise and Recovery Antioxidant supplementation shows significant benefits for athletic performance during and after sustained physical activity. These correlations have been significant, reproducible and robust. One of the most studied antioxidants is quercetin, a flavonol found in many fruits, grains and vegetables, with the highest concentrations found in elderberries, blueberries and …

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Heliopatch Snapchat compilation at White Plains

Heliopatch snapchat compilation at White Plain, NY. Follow us on Snapchat by searching Heliopatch and adding us. In accordance with the FTC guidelines concerning use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising please be aware: Testimonials presented are applicable to the individuals depicted and may not be representative of the experience of others. These are individual …

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Intercellular Alkalizing Effects of the Naked Electron from Heliopatch

Magnesium is commonly understood as the free ions that are in water, many common supplements and foods. These ions are in the Mg2+ form and can be utilized by the body as an important nutrient. Magnesium is the fourth most abundant element in the body and is a cofactor in over 300 enzymes. Magnesium is …

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Enduring Under Maximum Strain: What Happens When Your Muscles Reach the Breaking Point?

The natural oxidation processes caused by the stress and strain of athletic exertion can be countered by antioxidants, but only if the antioxidant (good) and the free radical (bad) are very close to one another. As antioxidants get oxidized, they generate depleted waste products like oxidized glutathione. These wastes have to move out of the …

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