Supplement News: Information On Today’s Popular Health Supplements

Supplement News

supplement news In today’s post, I have gathered some supplement news articles to provide you with information on some popular health supplements used today.

Whey Protein: It’s Not Just for Meat Heads

“by Matt Weik For years the primary consumer of whey protein supplements has been those who engage in exercise, bodybuilders, and athletes—ultimately a younger demographic. Everyone else seemed to find it taboo or worthless. However, researchers looked at a different demographic and how whey protein can help them—more specifically, senior citizens. That’s right, toss Pop’s”  Read more at:

http://www.ironmagazine.com/2017/whey-protein-its-not-just-for-meat-heads/

 

Coconut Oil ‘Pure Poison’ or ‘Superfood’? These 2x5x PRO vs. CON Human Studies Will Help You to Form an Opinion

Coconut oil yay or nay? Not the B vs. W question Michels’ lecture made it.I am pretty sure you will have read about or even seen the lecture by Karin Michels, the director of the Institute for Prevention and Tumour Epidemiology at the Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg, Germany, which probably got so much attention, because Prof. Michels also works as an epidemiologist at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. In her lecture, she claims that..” Read more at:

http://suppversity.blogspot.com/2018/08/coconut-oil-pure-poison-or-superfood.html

 

Krill vs. Fish: Krill Oil Still More Rapidly Absorbed, but Does it Matter in the Long-Run? Plus: Krill Research Update 2018

“Bio-advantage of krill may not be relevant in the long run | Plus: What we learned about krill oil in 2018I’ve previously written about the question whether krill oil is, in fact, as the proper Latin name of the small critters it is made of, i.e. Euphausia superba, would suggest “superba”, ahh… I mean better than fish oil when it comes to its effects plasma and organ DHA and EPA.A large number of previous trials – almost all short-term, by the way – verify the commonly held belief that the largely (35-65%) phospholipid-bound krill oil (KO) has a bioavailability advantage over the exclusively triglyceride-bound fish oil (FO) Di Marzo 2010; Konagai 2013; Ramprasath 2013)..” Read more at:

http://suppversity.blogspot.com/2018/08/krill-vs-fish-krill-oil-still-more.html

 

Do Glucosamine Supplements Work for Arthritis?

“Glucosamine is a popular dietary supplement used to treat osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease caused by insufficient regeneration of cartilage in joints, most often in the knees and hips. It gets worse over time and causes joint pain, difficulties walking and disability. There is no known cure, but there are a few ways to […] The article “Do Glucosamine Supplements Work for Arthritis?” appeared first on AuthorityNutrition.com ” Read more at:

https://authoritynutrition.com/glucosamine-and-arthritis/

 

5 Reasons Why Creatine Monohydrate Is the Best

“Creatine has been studied extensively as a dietary supplement for many years. In fact, more than 1,000 studies have been conducted, which have shown that creatine is a top supplement for exercise performance (1). Almost all of them used the same form of the supplement — creatine monohydrate. What’s more, most scientists who study supplements […] The article “5 Reasons Why Creatine Monohydrate Is the Best” appeared first on AuthorityNutrition.com ” Read more at:

https://authoritynutrition.com/creatine-monohydrate-is-best/


 

Is Turmeric a Supplement You Should Consider?

“by Matt Weik To get this out of the way and avoid any confusion, this article will use turmeric and curcumin interchangeably. Turmeric is a spice that is commonly used in Indian food and gives curry its rich and deep yellow color. For years turmeric has been used as a medicinal herb along with its” Read more at:

http://www.ironmagazine.com/2018/is-turmeric-a-supplement-you-should-consider/

Final Thoughts

I hope you may have found these supplement news articles to be informative and helpful to you. Do you have a supplement that you swear by? Feel free to leave a comment below and thanks for visiting!

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