A new study says supplements might be the best way to achieve ketosis.
Being able to push through that last bit of a workout and having decreased recovery time are useful to all athletes.
In 2013, a report analyzing 44 herbal supplements found that less than half contained any of the herb listed on the label.
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These teas are a convenient and tasty way to reap the benefits of mushrooms.
New research found the more muscles you use, the more caffeine seems to benefit performance.
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When looking for performance enhancing supplements, we need to first identify where our positive thinking lies on the spectrum.
DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid, had significant effects on inflammation and muscle damage post-workout.
Research on the use of caffeine for strength has been a mixed bag. A new study sheds some light on how caffeine affects lifting.
Yerba mate is known for its effects on metabolism. Does it work during exercise, too?
Two studies confirmed two things: first, supplement use is common in athletes, and second, the effects aren't always significant.
In the short term, inexpensive fast food appears to suffice as a viable glycogen replenishment choice following high-effort training sessions.
Stress and low energy are recipes for ruining a workout. A new study suggests the amino acid ornithine might help.
Multivitamins have come under fire lately, but new research suggests they may have redeeming qualities.
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