Max Vit-Acell is a whole food nutrient rich multi-vitamin mineral. It is the perfect product for anyone trying to be healthy and take a great multi.
There are so many options when it comes to proteins. People always ask me is there really any difference? The answer is absolutely. There are many different protein sources commonly used in powdered supplements. Your protein could be coming from wheat, soy, rice, pea, whey, beef, casein, or any combination. Some proteins are good for a snack, but not good for after workout. Some digest more efficiently than others and the quality varies tremendously. With all these variables one might find themselves asking “How do I know which protein is right for me?” The reality is that most people don’t. Hopefully the following video will shed some light on proteins and help you figure out what you need.
Everyone wants to be Jacked before their workouts, but the reality is that most pre-workouts are all bark and no bite. In other words they are not functional for your workout. They are just getting you tweaked. I’ll talk about some supplements, but most importantly what you should eat before you go to the gym to provide the training fuel you need.
Lots of people wonder what the difference is between protein and amino acids. Are all amino acids the same? Watch this and get all your questions answered.
Most people think that low fat is great, but the reality is that we need fat to survive. Fat is not the enemy as long as it is eaten in the right quantities and the right types. What fats are good? what should I eat? Find out here.
What are fat burners? Who needs them? Should I take one? Do they even work? These are all questions I hear every day. If you have ever asked any of these questions this VLOG is for you. Check out my other FREE video tips.
In this blog I touch on a hot button subject in the sports nutrition industry: testosterone boosters. There are many misconceptions about what T-boosters are, do, and how they effect you. I hope that I answer your questions, but feel free to ask me anything and I’ll try and address it in a future blog.
One of the most common questions in the store is what do I need to take. My typical response is that there are lots of things that would be beneficial and it really depends on how much money they want to spend. I will frequently list supplements out and rank them in order of importance and then work off the list with the customer’s budget. In this blog my intention is to give you the basics on supplements and which ones everyone should take ie. protein, vitamin, glutamine, and fish oil.
In this blog I break down the different macro-nutrients: proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. What are they? Are they good? Bad? Check it out and let me know what you think.
I have decided to alter the format of my nutrition blog. I am going to start a series of Video Blogs. Please give me feedback and ask any questions you want. I would love to address any of your nutrition and supplement questions. This video is just an introduction to me, my video blog, and the fascinating subject of sports nutrition.