Fig 1. Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek (known as Trigonella foenum-graecum) is one of the most popular crops in the world. Currently, it is used in many supplements: for sexual enhancement, for use in bodybuilding, and as part of a PCT regiment. If you have used natura…

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Mucuna Pruriens Extract

Fig 1. Mucuna Pruriens Beans

Mucuna Pruriens Extract is a tropical legume, also called velvet bean. Although it is native to areas of Africa and Asia, it is also grown in other tropical parts of the world. The plant grows as a vine producing seed pods and growing up to 15 me…

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Bulgarian Tribulus Terrestris

Fig 1. Bulgarian Tribulus Terrestris plant

Bulgarian Tribulus Terrestris is an annual weedy species of plant that grows worldwide, which has many health benefits. It is native to warm and tropical regions of Europe, Asia, and Africa, and it’s capable of withstanding arid/dry cond…

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Fig 1. Glutathione Chemical Structure

Weight training is not all benefits, you can cause yourself cellular damage from free radicals as a result of training. Exercise is one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself, and any type of cardio training will burn fat and improv…

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Tauroursodeoxycholic Acid (Tudca)

Fig 1. Tauroursodeoxycholic acid (Tudca) chemical structure

Anybody who uses oral steroids should know that one of the most alarming concerns is the strain on the liver. Oral steroids are made synthetically with an alteration to their structure such as Methylation or Alkalization that allows them t…

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Piperine Explained

Fig 1. Piperine chemical structure

Piperine is the alkaloid responsible for the pungency of certain peppers, such as black pepper. It is used in traditional medicine to treat various diseases. Piperine will multiply the strength of many supplements and drugs by making the…

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Allicin chemical structure

Allicin is naturally found in garlic, and it is precisely this chemical that makes garlic work so well for our health. As a matter of fact, this chemical is also the reason why garlic has such a specific smell, which is actually a defense mecha…

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Basella Alba

Fig 1. Basella Alba plant

Basella Alba is an edible perennial vine, which grows leaves that look like spinach. It is usually found in tropical parts of the world including Asia and Africa. It is used as a leaf vegetable, and you may have heard of it referred to as a ‘cree…

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Fig 1. Indole-3-Carbinol -- How It Works

Indole-3-carbinol is a substance that is produced by the breakdown of glucosinolate glucobrassicin, which is found in liberal amounts in cruciferous vegetables; such as broccoli, cabbage, and collard greens. It is also produced in lab…

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Phosphatidyl Serine Chemical Structure

Phosphatidyl Serine, or PS for short, is a phospholipid membrane component chemical which plays a vital role in cell cycle signaling within the body. It can be found in foods such as bovine brain, certain fish, pig organs, and soybeans.


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