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In this article, we’re going to be setting the record straight. First, we’ll explain the types of amino acids that are best for supplementation—whether it’s weight loss, muscle gain, or heart health you’re after—and then we’ll be discussing the best form of supplementation, pill or powder, to help you reach your health goals.
There’s a rumor circulating that BCAAs can spike insulin levels and lead to insulin resistance. If that is indeed the case, then is supplementing with EAAs safe, especially for those with prediabetes or type 2 diabetes? Read on to find out.
If you’re on a quest to burn fat and lose weight, you’ve likely stumbled on all sorts of fat-burning claims from natural supplement products. If you’ve been “burned” by miracle claims before (and not the good kind of fat burn you’re after!), then you may be leery of the rumor swirling around and wondering if it’s true—do amino acids burn fat? And if so, how? Let’s find out!
Did you recently injure your knee? You may have a meniscus tear. Your first stop should be to a doctor. Since many meniscus tears heal on their own, you may be sent home to rest up and recuperate. Amino acid supplementation can help make torn meniscus swelling and pain more manageable.
Taking an essential amino acid supplement daily can help make sure the weight you lose is fat, not muscle, and protect your overall health in the process. If you’re in search of a weight-loss solution and curious about the relationship between obesity and amino acids, then keep reading.
Learn about the importance of lean body mass, how it differs from lean muscle mass, how to test your lean body mass, and how to build it up with amino acids.
All about the building blocks of protein! We're reviewing the importance of protein and amino acids, their structure, and all the different types, from essential amino acids to ketogenic amino acids and everything in between.
L-glutamine for leaky gut syndrome is touted by many as one of the best ways of treating and preventing the symptoms associated with this often difficult to pin down condition. But does it really work? Let's find out.
Amino acids are the precursors to neurotransmitters in the brain, including serotonin and dopamine, vital for mood and mental health. Even more important, the branched-chain amino acids may be able to help heal the brain after traumatic injury. Find out how amino acids impact brain repair and health.