Genes in sport – how important they are?

A few facts: – Genetic research is another extremely important step in the process of creating more effective training plans and better supplementation. – By discovering your genetic profile, you are able to better match training and supplementation to your body, which translates into achieving the best results. – Genetic testing is currently cheaper and…

Vitamin K2

Vitamin K2, similarly to all compounds that are hidden under the term “vitamin K”, takes part in the process of blood coagulation. For many years it was attributed only this one role. However, studies prove that vitamin K2 is also responsible for healthy bones, prevents calcification of vessels and the development of circulatory system diseases….

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3 has been described in many publications. In recent years its deficiencies were constantly discussed, which are currently taking the size of epidemy, causing many long-term side-effects. It was concluded that the most effective way of increasing its concentration is supplementation. However, it turns our that this procedure requires proper support. Those who decide…

Curcumin – “superhero” in your diet!

By reading the title of the entry, you certainly do not hide your surprise. Why has it been found that curcumin (a tumeric active compound) is a supplement that is called a superhero? Has anabolic powers or protects significantly muscle tissue? If so, why have not you heard about it yet? Scientific research has determined…

What are the sources of magnesium and why is it so important?

“Magnesium source” – this or similar piece of information can be found on many food products. But do you know why magnesium is so important and what role does it play in your organism? And most importantly: do you know where to take it from? Check if these products are present in your diet.  …

Disease – when to work out and when to let go?

You’ve caught a common cold, have allergy or stomachache? In the majority of cases, a break in workouts will be the most reasonable, but it’s not always necessary. Find out when to unconditionally quit training and when to continue.   Runny nose It may be a weak reason to get out of workout. We often…

Ubiquinol – new, highly bioavailable coenzyme Q10 form!

After years of studies and looking for innovations, finally managed to develop bioactive, and highly bioavailable form of coenzyme Q10 – ubiquinol. This unique form is even 8-times more absorbed in our organism, than typical coenzyme Q10 What is coenzyme Q10? Coenzyme Q10 (also called ubichinone), is an organic vitamin-like substance, which is naturally produced…

Sauna as regeneration after training?

The beneficial effect of saunas has been known for a long time. It’s an important part of biological regeneration. Sauna can have a positive effect on our health, well-being and promote better regeneration. However, it’s important to remember that improper use of sauna will have the opposite effect.   A brief history of sauna Sauna…

Vitamin C – lexicon

Greater immunity of the body, anti-cancer effect, improvement of the appearance and condition of the skin … This is only a substitute for the action of ascorbic acid – a popular vitamin C – in the body. What other properties does vitamin C have? In what products will we find it? What are the consequences of deficiency…