6 Nutritional Drinks you Need for Fast Workout Results

For anyone engaging in workouts to attain or maintain physical fitness, quick or fast sublime results provide the much-needed assurance that the efforts did actually bear fruit. The main objective of nutritional drinks pre-, peri- (during), post-workout is to ensure that a proper balance of the body’s progressive and timely nutritional needs is maintained for… Read More

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A Complete Guide to Natural Pre-Workout Foods for Women

For women, natural pre-workout can be a great choice. They not only give you an edge in the gym and keep you running for longer, but they also ensure that you do not get all the crazy side effects like vomiting, jitters, headaches, itching, cramps, etc. of pre-workout supplements. Do you need a Pre-workout Diet?… Read More

The Prevalence of Caffeine Use in [US] Military Populations

Research Paper Title Caffeine Use among Active Duty Navy and Marine Corps Personnel. Background Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) indicate 89% of Americans regularly consume caffeine, but these data do not include military personnel. Methods This cross-sectional study examined caffeine use in Navy and Marine Corps personnel, including prevalence, amount… Read More

Caffeine Use Among Active Duty US Army Soldiers.

Research Paper Title Caffeine Use Among Active Duty US Army Soldiers. Background 80% of the US adult population regularly consumes caffeine, but limited information is available on the extent and patterns of use. Caffeine use is a public health issue and its risks and benefits are regularly considered in scientific literature and the lay media. Recently,… Read More

Research: Sugar, Coffee & Type 2 Diabetes

There are some amongst you who believe that adding sugar to tea and coffee does not influence the risk of type 2 diabetes. However, a large US study conducted over 24 years proves this is wrong. Irrespective of the coffeine content in hot drinks, it is the sugar intake that counts. But coffee intake – whether caffeinated… Read More