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A link between sugar and cancer

A nine-year research project has led to a breakthrough in cancer research. Researchers have determined how the Warburg effect, a phenomenon in which cancer cells rapidly break down sugars, stimulates tumor growth. The new study, published in leading academic journal Nature Communications, clarifies the link between sugar and cancer. According ...

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USN’s Creatine HCL – A must-have!

Creatine monohydrate has been a staple in the cupboard of countless bodybuilders over the years. Creatine represents an endogenous amino acid produced in the body and can be obtained through dietary sources such as fish and meat but only in small amounts. Taking creatine as an ergogenic aid can give ...

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Intermittent dieting can help weight loss

Taking a break during a diet may improve losing fat. In recent findings published by researchers from the University of Tasmania breaks during dieting can help with weight loss and even keep the kilos off. The study, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, probed the ...

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An excuse to skip gym?

You might have a valid excuse to not train legs today. In some people, exercise can trigger an allergy attack. Doctors call it exercise-induced anaphylaxis where a reaction to an allergen happens in conjunction with exercise. First discovered in the 1970s the condition affects around 50 in every 100,000 people. ...

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Kill it with USN’s Liquid Muscle!

HMB or beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate is not new. Hell, the clever guys in the lab coats have been studying it for over 20 years. Ideal combo HMB, a metabolite of the amino acid leucine, first attracted attention in the sports science community due to its ability of enhancing the mass and strength ...

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USN’s Phedracut Lava X: A fast acting shredder

If you would like to see your fat go up in flames you don’t have to look any further than USN’s Phedracut Lava X. A powerhouse product Burning the maximum percentage of fat is always high on anyone’s personal agenda before the summer arrives in all its glory. If becoming more ...

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Don’t rely on BCAAs alone: Study

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Branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) are more effective when taking in conjunction with other muscle-building supplements. A new study, published in Frontier in Physiology, shows that taking BCAAs alone is not the best way to optimise muscular growth. Building blocks “Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins and the special ...

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