"I've been weightlifting for 6 months, but I have some excess fat that I want to get rid of. Should I rip first, or continue to bulk to make the most out of my beginner gains?" The above is a prime example of what is usually asked by a lot of beginners. Are you kind … Continue reading Bulk or rip first?
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Estrogen is the opposite of the manly hormones, namely DHEA, testosterone and DHT. Men are thought to have way less estrogen that woman, but in reality, some men have equal amounts and even higher than some women. This increase in estrogen can be seen as a result of reduced mitochondrial function, liver problems, sluggish thyroid, … Continue reading Increase estrogen detoxification through the liver
Are you struggling to lose weight, but a caloric deficit is just not an option because it makes you feel miserable? Speeding up the metabolism while focusing on the right foods will help you to lose weight effortlessly. The meal plan below is just an example and can be modified to your personal needs. … Continue reading Ultimate fat loss meal plan
PUFAs, when incorporated into cell membranes, cause the cells to become more fluid, are chaotropic, disorderly and reduce their function (1). Steroids are made in the mitochondria and require lots of ATP (energy molecule of the cells) to synthesize steroid optimally. Low ATP = low steroidogenesis. Steroidogenesis requires cholesterol, vitamin A, thyroid hormones, NAD+, magnesium … Continue reading PUFA dangers part 5: Androgens, estrogen, prolactin & cortisol
Are you doing everything that the pros advise, yet you're still not getting the results that you're looking for? Don't know if you should bulk or cut, because your gains are unsatisfactory? Eating enough yet only gaining fat and no muscle and/or strength? How much more time are you willing to let go by … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Lean Bulking
Theanine is a non-protein amino acid and is similar in structure to glutamate, the most important excitatory neurotransmitter in the brain, which allows the compound to interact with glutamate receptors such as AMPA, kainate, and NMDA (at the glycine site). Which provides neuroprotection against glutamate toxicity. It's mainly found in tea in small concentrations. Black … Continue reading Theanine – anti-anxiety, anti-glutamate, anti-cortisol and pro-GABA
Serotonin is a complicated neurotransmitter that, contrary to other neurotransmitters, has an influence on everything in the body. It's currently believed to aid in anxiety, depression, impatience, impulsiveness, anger, etc. One of the main reasons for this is that the metabolite of serotonin, 5-HIAA, is low in people with these symptoms. The research is thus … Continue reading The High Serotonin Personality
If you want to build muscle but you don't own any weights/equipment to exercise with or can't go to the gym, either because it's too far away or costs too much, then this article will benefit you greatly. Luckily there are a few exercises you can do, in the comfort of your own home, to … Continue reading Top 3 shoulder exercises you can do at home without weights
How important is it really to log your lifts? Why do you want to log your lifts? The two main reasons to log your lifts is if you're following a certain program where you have to hit certain percentages of your 1RM over a period of time and are aiming to hit a planned 1RM … Continue reading Log your lifts!