Bodybuilding is a sport that most people think is for men only. But it is also a sport for women and is rapidly growing in popularity. When women become bodybuilders, they usually don't have the same goals as men. Often, they want to become a certain size, build strength and confidence and then build muscle.
Whey protein is the highest quality protein source. Many types of whey protein powder supplements are available in stores. The demand is very high however, due to the many benefits associated with consuming whey protein powder.
Whether a capsule is made of gelatin or vegetarian ingredients, it is intended to dissolve in the stomach. However, there are times when it benefits the person to have the capsule dissolve in the small intestine and this is what enteric-coated capsules are created for.
When it comes to taking supplements and multivitamins, we all know how horrible it can be. Often these comes in tablet sizes that are hard to swallow and sometimes leave a bitter taste thereafter. That said, thanks to recent improvements in the industry, one is no longer confined to tablet or capsule supplements as nowadays, gelatin supplements make it easier for people to take these supplements. To better understand gelatin supplements, below is a brief about the product and what benefits one can get as well as the different varieties available in the market today.
If you've been in the health supplement industry for a while, you've probably heard of creatine before. It's a common fitness supplement that is sold over the counter at sports and fitness stores across the world. But do you really know all of the great benefits that creatine offers you? Read on if you're curious about how creatine can benefit your customers health.
Recent research on the effects of aloe vera on weight, body fat mass and fasting blood glucose indicates that there may be a connection between the plant and weight loss.
Description: The term “Binding” is used when the tablet sticks to, takes hold or splits during the molding / pressing process.
If you're a fan of the movie Jurassic Park, you may remember something called ‘the lysine contingency,’ which ensured that the dinosaurs couldn't live for long outside the park. The dinosaurs were genetically altered so that they needed L-lysine supplements in order to survive.
Well, guess what - humans need L-lysine, too!
While some dosage forms are effective if released immediately into the blood stream, in many cases it is advantageous to either release the active ingredient slowly or target the release to a specific area of the body.