"Well there is some evidence, in one case, a man reported taking 6-8 grams/day of creatine for about a year with no problems other than occasional diarrhea. He stopped working out and taking creatine for about 6 months while recovering fr..."
"First Is to train Hard! At your level of experience! When you train hard your body would want good food and not junk.
Over the age of 50 you need more protein, especially woman need lean complete protein. You should get at least a 1/2 g..."
"The mineral iron makes hemoglobin. That helps carry and store oxygen in your body. Foods rich in iron help prevent anemia and help keep your cells supplied with oxygen. Red meat, organ meat like kidney and livers, beans, lentils, dark g..."
"And do you think trainers know much more? I've seen many give the wrong advice on how to use some machines. Machines aren't the best to use!
Just like many doctors aren't good.
What Is wrong with interval training? The clip on Mercola ..."
"Talk is cheap and Paxiled hasn't given you an answer to your question.
Not knowing what your injury is see if you can try the following.
"Protein and fiber-rich foods provide the most energy.
You should try to eat a serving of protein and at least one serving of whole grains with every breakfast. Also, fruits can be added to every breakfast to increase the fiber and provi..."
"The Peak 8 routine it will quickly raise your heart rate 8 times for very short bursts, with a cooling down period in between. Ideally you’ll be sprinting or cycling full throttle for 30 seconds with a 90 second cool down in between each..."
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