Buy Vitamins Supplements: Tips, Myths, and Facts - An Inside Story!Written by Jasdeep Singh
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Myth: Athletes and bodybuilders don't need extra protein.
Fact: We can eradicate this myth from society by applying some common sense. We should have no doubt in our mind that active people like athletes and bodybuilders do need extra protein in their diet as their lifestyle demands more than sedentary people. Now, even studies and researches confirm same. Specially in off season period, a body builder needs more proteins as well as calories. In nutshell, athletes and bodybuilders will benefit more from protein supplements as it will help them build muscle mass and reduce body fat.
Myth: There is not enough scientific data to support safety and effectiveness of dietary supplements.
Fact: This is absolutely not true. If we keep our eyes and ear open, we can find enough reports and studies supporting benefits of dietary supplements in various areas. Every month, researches at leading universities like Johns Hopkins University and American Heart Association prove benefits of dietary supplements with strong evidence. These studies can be read at The Journal of American Medical Association, New England Journal of Medicine, American Journal of Cardiology, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and Journal of National Cancer Institute .
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Help For Alopecia: The Locks Of Love StoryWritten by Seth B.
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space from a local hospital and working with a manufacturer of highest quality prosthetics that she could find, LOL was off and running. Since beginning charity has received a great deal of support by both media and its volunteers throughout country. LOL has been featured or mentioned on television shows like Oprah, 20/20, The View, Jay Leno, Maury Povich, Good Morning America, CBS Good Morning, CNN Espanol and Inside Edition and in national publications including USA Today, The NY Times, People, Seventeen, Glamour, CosmoGirl, Self, Redbook, Woman's Day, ElleGirl, Child Magazine, and Ladies Home Journal. Over 2,000 hair donations are received through mail each week. 80% of our hair donors are good hearted children.
The number of hairpieces produced has increased significantly since its inception, from 21 first year to over 1,000. LOL has recipients in all 50 states and Canada and is working towards its goal to help every financially disadvantaged child suffering from long-term hair loss.
Richard Amburn http://www.alopecia-treatment.com