If you’ve ever experienced sprains or strains in your back, ankle or elsewhere, you know how uncomfortable they can be. The good news is that there are nutrients that can help.
Many people turn to the amino acid creatine to help them build muscle, but did you know it can also be helpful for the aging body? This powerful nutrient can help support the heart, healthy cholesterol levels and more.
In our 40s, if we are inactive, not eating enough protein or getting enough nutrients, we tend to lose strength and muscle. In fact, muscle loss can become so severe that it is related to falls and fractures in the elderly. Let’s discuss why Vitamin D and Fish oils can be so beneficial.
It is normal to have a little bit of muscle soreness after your workout. But once you hit about 35 years old, it takes longer to recover from physical activity. Here are some tips on preventing muscle soreness.
On today’s episode, Amanda Williams, MPH. discusses Rhodiola, a powerful adaptogenic herb, and the science behind how it can help optimize your health.