Maximizing Your Testosterone- Is Magnesium a Solution?

By Neel Duggal Feb 11, 2015

To get detailed portrait of the human body’s internal biochemistry, it is helpful to understand how biomarkers impact each other. In this article we investigate recent scientific literature looking at how testosterone levels are affected by a commonly overlooked biomarker: the mineral magnesium. Read below to learn the importance of each biomarker and how monitoring magnesium can boost testosterone and improve muscle growth, sex drive, and overall health and wellness in both men and women.

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The Science Behind the Relationship between Nutrition and the Quality of Your Sleep

By Perrin Braun May 07, 2014

 

Athletes spend a considerable amount of time and money trying to find the right sports drink, nutrition bar, or protein powder that could give them the extra edge during a competition. Here’s a little secret: knowing your biomarker status might be a more efficient way of improving your athletic performance than any other product on the market. Whether you’re a professional athlete or a weekend warrior, getting a sufficient amount of good sleep can help improve speed, accuracy, and reaction time.

 

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Boost Your Brain Power with Science by Monitoring Your Blood Biomarkers

By Perrin Braun Mar 26, 2014

 

We all know that you have to train hard in order to take your physical performance to the next level. But the mental aspect of physical activity is just as important as keeping your body strong and fit. Good thinking skills are beneficial to everyone because making sound judgments can have a profound effect on maximizing your physical skills. Conversely, if you’re tired and unfocused, it can be difficult to make the right moves (both in sports and in life!). Fortunately, there are plenty of simple ways to improve your cognitive function, but you need to find out what’s going on inside of your body first. Blood analysis provides a unique window, as biomarkers are a great evaluation metric. Read on to learn about some of the most relevant biomarkers for your brain health.

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Mighty magnesium: how one mineral can improve your sleep, memory, and mood

By Perrin Braun Dec 31, 2013

 

Many people spend a considerable amount of time and money trying to find the right sports drink, nutrition bar, or supplement that could help them get through their day and feel more energized. Here’s a little secret: knowing your biomarker status might be a more efficient way of improving your sleep, memory, and mood than any other product on the market. Whether you’re a professional athlete or a busy parent, getting a sufficient amount of good sleep can help improve your memory and mood, which is where magnesium comes into play!

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The Science of Sleep: The Benefits of Getting Your Beauty Rest

By Perrin Braun Mar 06, 2013

 

Would you like to have more energy, improve your memory, reduce your appetite, and improve your athletic performance? One simple change can help you to do all these things: getting more sleep.

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Magnesium: the Multi-Purpose Mineral

By Perrin Braun Apr 17, 2012

 

Every part of your body, from your heart to your bones, needs magnesium to stay strong. In fact, magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body! Roughly 50 percent of the magnesium in your body is stored in your bones, and the other half is mostly located in your organs and tissues.

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Five New Foods to Add to Your Diet

By Perrin Braun Nov 13, 2011

 

When people are trying to lose weight or get in shape, they will frequently tell you about what foods they can’t eat. The media’s emphasis on fad diets and “bad” foods also does little to help individuals cultivate a healthy relationship with eating. Although eating well certainly does involve maintaining a balance, there are definitely some foods that are more nutrient-dense than others. If you’re looking to add some variety in your meals, as well as increase your nutrient intake, here are five over-looked foods that you might want to consider incorporating into your diet:

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