Made up of eight different vitamins, the Vitamin B complex is an important and diverse group of nutrients that often work together to perform a huge range of functions in the human body.
Living Clean has always encouraged customers to seek out all-natural, quality herbal supplements, and the reasons why are clearer than ever. A recent investigation into generic brands of herbal supplements found that 80% of product contained no herbs at all! It’s vitally important to identify which makers of herbal supplements implement honest sourcing and manufacturing […]
With tablets, capsules, tinctures, and liquid minerals at your disposal, it can be hard to make a decision regarding your dietary supplements. Each person’s physiology is different and can affect how well you absorb and metabolize nutrients. Due to the many physiological and environmental differences that affect each person’s health, liquid preparations are often the […]
While some so-called body-building supplements that are based on artificial chemicals or protein powders may prove less than effective (or even harmful!), there are natural options that are both safe and powerful. N-acetyl cysteine, for instance, is a naturally-occurring amino acid that can reduce fatigue and decrease muscle damage during intense workouts.
Medical researchers have long attributed cardiovascular disease to its direct precursors – high cholesterol and high blood pressure. As a result, treatments for cardiovascular disease tend to address only cholesterol and blood pressure, without peering deeper into their origins. Now, research reveals that high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and many cardiovascular ailments are all associated […]
Although these compounds are called “non-essential” amino acids, it does not mean that they’re not essential to your health and well-being. The term just refers to the fact that your body can produce these amino acids on its own. However, when faced with advanced age, high levels of stress, or inadequate nutrition, your body may […]
Conditionally-essential amino acids are usually synthesized by the human body, but may be in limited supply in certain conditions, such as prematurity in infants, severe catabolic distress, or advanced age.
As discussed in a previous article, amino acids are absolutely essential to the basic processes that keep your body alive. Without them, none of your 50 trillion cells would be able to function. Let’s take a look at the different kinds of amino acids and why it may be beneficial for you to supplement.