Myoplex Protein Shake Great Tasting Source of Vitamins and Minerals

Written by John Doetsch


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The question now is: What if you get sick of eating protein allrepparttar time? Well, its easy. You can resort to using high protein meal replacement shakes like EAS Myoplex. You can add oatmeal, bananas, kiwi, strawberries, or peanut butter to create different flavors. These additives add calories, which is helpful to basic growth.

Just keep in mind that all athletes need protein. It is like a vital gear, and without it, you cannot playrepparttar 145121 game. And if you insist on playing, you will more likely contract an injury or worse.

To learn more about EAS Myoplex, go to http://www.bodybuilding-supplement-guide.com/myoplex.html

John Doetsch is editor at the Bodybuilding Supplements Guide where you will find further supplement reviews.

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Garlic My Favorite Healing Herb

Written by Lee Dobbins


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for you too! it is loaded with vitamins and minerals including Vitamin A, B and C, selenium, potassium, calcium, zinc and magnesium. But in order to reaprepparttar benefits, you must prepare it in a certain way. Researcher say it isrepparttar 145094 allicin that is released when garlic is crushed. If you are trying to serve yourself a garlic herbal remedy by adding garlic to your foods then make sure you crush it a bit ahead of time and don't add untilrepparttar 145095 final 5 minutes of cooking. This will giverepparttar 145096 allicin enough time to develop and will insure you don't cook allrepparttar 145097 garlic health out of it.

Cooked garlic will not have as much benefit as raw and whole garlic cloves have little benefit at all. Another way to incorporate garlic into your meals without cooking is to make a garlic bread where you crushrepparttar 145098 gloves into a paste and toast bread - butterrepparttar 145099 toasted bread and spreadrepparttar 145100 garlic on it - Yum!

Garlic can have an affect on blood clotting, so don't start taking supplements unless you discuss it with your physician first especially if you are on blood thinning medication or due to have surgery inrepparttar 145101 near future.

Lee Dobbins writes for pet and health related websites. Visit http://www.herbs-home-remedies.com for more on natural home remedies and herbs. Dont forget to check their extensive article database at http://www.herbs-home-remedies.com/index3.html


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