Although there are some health benefits to eating soy, there are some 'buyer beware' precautions to consider when selecting the right type.
A U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine study found no difference in muscle protein synthesis in adults consuming 10 grams of essential amino acids plus 3.5 grams of leucine, compared to people given 10 grams of essential amino acids containing 1.8 grams of leucine.
People who consumed the highest amounts of dairy foods showed a 14 percent reduction in the risk of type 2 diabetes compared to people who consumed the lowest amount of dairy foods.
An Indian study found that NAC helped protect mice against oxidative stress and impaired reproductive function induced by arsenic poisoning.
Egg protein powder is ideal for those who are allergic to soy, dairy or milk proteins, and the supplement powder doesn't have the potential setbacks that the 'yolks' in real eggs contain – the added fat and cholesterol.
About two years ago a Harvard University study that found that people who ate five servings of white rice per week had a 20 percent increased risk of diabetes compared to those who ate less than one serving per month.
Overuse of melatonin supplements could depress natural testosterone production.
Creatine monohydrate is pretty cheap and is just as well tolerated as many other forms of creatine, despite popular belief. I often suggest popping about three grams of creatine chews before your workout and another three grams after your workout with your whey protein shake.
Danish researchers found that women consuming low glycemic index meals showed lower post–meal levels of blood sugar, insulin and hunger compared to women who ate high glycemic index meals.
Citrulline is a healthy food supplement that enhances blood vessel health and might prevent fatigue.