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Nutrition supplements

  1. What are patented mixtures and are we deceived by nutritional supplement manufacturers?

    What are patented mixtures and are we deceived by nutritional supplement manufacturers?

    Patented mixtures. Have you heard this term already? We'll explain what patented mixtures are, why the manufacturers use them, and whether they are really effective. We will also advise you on how to recognize them in your products and what to do if you find them.

  2. 4 myths and facts about the side effects of creatine

    4 myths and facts about the side effects of creatine


    Creatine is one of the most popular nutritional supplements, but the Internet still offers many misconceptions about its side effects. See the 4 most common myths and facts about the side effects of creatine that are supported by research.

  3. Hemp protein - a full-fledged source of protein, rich in fatty acids and fibre

    Hemp protein - a full-fledged source of protein, rich in fatty acids and fibre

    Hemp protein is a full-fledged protein source characterised by a high content of fibre, omega-unsaturated acids and minerals. It is a great plant-based alternative of protein from sown cannabis seeds, suitable for vegans, vegetarians or people seeking to reduce meat intake. Get to know the benefits of taking this unique protein.

  4. Ashwagandha - an unobtrusive herb that hides wonders

    Ashwagandha - an unobtrusive herb that hides wonders

    Ashwagandha, also called Indian Ginseng, can increase stamina, reduce cholesterol in the body and is also known for its beneficial effects on anxiety and stress. In addition, it is appreciated by every athlere, as it is a natural fat burner and visibly increases energy. Find out more about this unobtrusive herb! 

  5. Omega-3 fatty acids: do you consume enough and in the right proportion to omega-6?

    Omega-3 fatty acids: do you consume enough and in the right proportion to omega-6?

    Omega-3 fatty acids affect concentration, mood, heart activity and brain activity. They help athletes to improve their physical performance and endurance. Despite these beneficial effects, most people do not have enough omega-3 fatty acids compared to omega-6 fatty acids. Why is it like that?

  6. D-Aspartic acid or DAA - all you need to know

    D-Aspartic acid or DAA - all you need to know

    Also known as DAA, D-aspartic acid increases testosterone levels, promotes muscle growth and improves brain activity. However, for whom is it intended and what daily dose should not be exceeded?

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