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What Are Fats? A Scientific Approach to Fats

November 16th, 2018

What are fats? You may have heard from someone before, “healthy fats include chocolate and coconut oil.” But the same person who told you that also said saturated fats were unhealthy. Those saying “healthy fats” are confused because all fats, apart from the very few exceptions, are healthy. Those with a confusing, mixed message about […]

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Micronutrients in the Keto Diet: The Definitive Guide (Infographic)

January 16th, 2018

When excluding particular foods, food categories, or macronutrient groups from the diet, the opportunity for deficiency to present itself increases. Therefore, it is no surprise that pushback is due to lack of micronutrients in the keto diet. We are here to bust some of the myths surfacing around this topic. A close examination of our […]

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How to Formulate Supplements with Carbs

December 16th, 2017

Carbs are quickly becoming the “new bad guy” in the American diet. We’re just a few years away from anti-carbohydrate campaigns, and the popularity of low-carb and ketogenic lifestyles are only growing. In this shifting environment, how do you formulate supplements with carbs?   Carb Considerations There are four key things to consider before you […]

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3 Formulas For CrossFitters

October 16th, 2017

CrossFit’s popularity is still on the rise. With well over 10,000 CrossFit facilities, more than 250,000 CrossFit games entrants, it is estimated that more than 2 million people engage in some form of CrossFit-type activity. Further, once people identify themselves as CrossFitters, they believe they need CrossFit-specific products to be successful. That makes it not […]

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PeakO2®, A Versatile Blend of Performance Mushrooms

September 16th, 2017

After many years, people are re-discovering what has been around for centuries—adaptogens. Adaptogens have been essential to traditional Asian medicine for centuries, helping people adapt and perform better under physical and mental stress. Problem Adaptogens are typically too brown and too insoluble in water to use in lightly flavored and colored drinks. So, they’ve been under-utilized […]

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Newly Published Clinical Studies Highlight Unique Benefits of TeaCrine®

August 16th, 2017

As a company rooted in science, we’ve invested heavily in proving out the safety and efficacy of TeaCrine®, our energy and focus ingredient. The two clinical trials that showed TeaCrine®’s effects (decreases in anxiety and irritability and increases in energy, focus and concentration) are now published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Dietary Supplements. For more details, read the […]

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5 Emerging Natural Products Trends

April 16th, 2016

We’ve been in business for 18 years, which has allowed us to witness (and participate in) the natural product explosion. What was once taking up a corner of the grocery store now pervades our lives. This is why we think it’s important to make some sense of the clutter and identify the key trends we’re […]

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Full List of References for the 3 Part Fat Series

June 16th, 2015

Part 1: What are Fats? A Scientific Approach to Dispelling the Confusion Around Fat Part 2: The Truth about Fat Part 3: Fat as Fuel in Sports Performance   Accurso, A., Bernstein, R. K., Dahlqvist, A., Draznin, B., Feinman, R. D., Fine, E. J., … & Manninen, A. H. (2008). Dietary carbohydrate restriction in type […]

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