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N-PRO: The Key to a Positive Nitrogen Balance

N-PRO: The Key to a Positive Nitrogen Balance

  What is Nitrogen Balance?Let’s begin with Nitrogen. Nitrogen is the most abundant element in the Earth’s atmosphere, comprising about 78% of the air we breathe and it’s the 4th most abundant element by mass in our bodies behind oxygen, carbon and hydrogen. In our bodies, nitrogen is predominantly incorporated into the chemical structure of amino acids and thus proteins. This is why dietary protein intake (natural source of nitrogen) is critical to achieving the appropriate balance of nitrogen in our bodies. Nitrogen balance is simply the net result of subtracting nitrogen loss (bodily usage/excretion) from nitrogen intake (dietary protein consumption). ...

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Maximize Your Workouts with New Amino HP

Maximize Your Workouts with New Amino HP

  Train Harder. Recover Faster. In life, you typically get out what you put in – Hard work pays off! But we’re all limited by the same number of hours the day, so what separates those that rise up and succeed from those that waddle in mediocrity? The answer is simple, the most successful people leverage their time and maximize efficiency. They achieve in 30 or 60 minutes what others may drag out over a full afternoon. Whether it is your studies, your business, or more specifically in this case, your athletic performance – if you can make optimal use of...

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The Power of Trimethylglycine (TMG) Supplementation

The Power of Trimethylglycine (TMG) Supplementation

  So what is Trimethylglycine? Trimethylglycine or TMG is also more commonly referred to as betaine (BEET-ah-een). For the chemists, as the name implies it is a trimethyl derivative of the common amino acid glycine. TMG is commonly found in our diet in beets (that’s where the name betaine came from), whole grains, spinach and shellfish. TMG can also be made in the body naturally via oxidation of choline-containing compounds. One of its primary functions in the body is to act as an ‘osmolyte’ and increase water retention of cells. It migrates in and out of cells to preserve cellular...

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