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Cordyceps Sinensis Dosage

Supplementing with Cordyceps Sinensis

Daily Dose of Cordyceps Sinensis: 1-9g

Cordyceps Sinensis, also known as cordyceps, is essentially caterpillar fungus. It is a type of fungus that grows on the larvae of caterpillars. The vegetable part of the fungus ripens in the late summer and is usually found in high elevations of 11,500 to 15,400ft in China. It has been widely used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Tibetan Medicine for . . . Read more

Maca Dosage

Maca Dosage

Daily Dose of Maca: 1500-3000mg

Maca is a “superfood” that is loaded with vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, amino acids, and more. It traditionally grows in Peru, in the Andes Mountains at elevations of about 14,000 feet, though it is also found in parts of Asia. It has been cultivated in Peru for over 3,000 years as a vegetable crop. It’s similar to a radish . . . Read more

Lysine Dosage

Lysine Dosage

Daily Dose of Lysine: 12mg/kg of body weight

Our bodies do not produce lysine on their own so it’s important to get it from our diet and from supplements. Lysine is an amino acid that our body needs to produce energy and build protein. Like many amino acids, it is used to build muscles and collagen, which is an important component to cartilage, connective tissue, . . . Read more

Panax Ginseng Dosage

Panax Ginseng Dosage

Daily Dose of Panax Ginseng: 200mg

Ginseng is a perrenial plant with fleshy roots. It is native to North America and Eastern Asia and can only be found in the Northern Hemisphere because of the cool climate. Another type of Ginseng is Siberian Ginseng, which is of the same family but a different genus. Ginseng has been used traditionally for many medical conditions and is . . . Read more

Whey Protein Dosage

Supplementing with Whey Protein

Daily Dose of Whey Protein: 1.2-2 grams/kg of body weight

Whey is a byproduct of cheese production; it’s he watery part of milk that separates from the curds. Most people use it as an extra source of protein and to improve recovery and athletic performance.  It can also be used as an alternative to milk for people who are lactose intolerant or for formula-fed infants . . . Read more

Vitamin E Dosage

Vitamin E Dosage

Daily Dose of  Vitamin E: 15mg

Vitamin E is an antioxidant that is required for the proper function of many organs in the body. Antioxidants bind to free radicals, thus removing these dangerous particles, and vitamin E helps to slow down the processes that damage cells. Vitamin E is actually prescribed to people in hospitals with a vitamin E deficiency, a result of some rare . . . Read more

Collagen Dosage

Daily Dose of Collagen: 1-2 tablespoons

Consuming collagen after workouts will aid in tissue repair. Because most people no longer eat a varied, natural diet, we often lack this very essential nutrient. What do we mean by a natural diet? Paleolithic humans ate some traditional foods like bone broth, wild game hearts, whole crustaceans, and various organ meat. Collegen is the largest protein in the . . . Read more

Beta-Alanine Dosage

Daily Dose of Beta-Alanine: 1g; increase up to 4g over time

When you go to the gym and lift weights or do any sort of strenuous exercise, you will get to a point where you feel a burn in your muscles. This burn is a result of your muscles becoming more acidic, a state in which the muscle is also unable to use ATP (your . . . Read more

Creatine Dosage

Daily Dose of Creatine: 20g for first 5 days, then 5g

Creatine has been widely studied for its effects in increasing muscle mass and thus is used by many bodybuilders and casual gym-goers alike. This substance should only be used in the stated dosage if you are regularly going to the gym and looking to build muscle, however, I believe everyone should have these goals . . . Read more

Protein Dosage

Daily Dose of Protein: 1g per pound of body weight

If health and longevity is a goal for you, then you should be going to the gym regularly. While at the gym, you should know that simply doing cardio is not enough. Resistance training is absolutely necessary to achieve long term wellness. In order to fuel this activity and provide your body the resources to . . . Read more

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