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24
JUL

Electrolytes to the Rescue

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Sports Nutrition,Supplements at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Some people continue to exercise even during the hot summer days. Running, biking, hiking, walking, and power-walking are just a few activities that make us sweat but it’s always good to remember a few tips to avoid dehydration, the excessive loss of water from the body.

Drink plenty of water prior, during, and after your workout and if you are doing a more intense workout, get one of those sport drinks which contain important minerals that need to be replenished in your body.

If these two first tips are not enough for your type of workout and you find yourself battling cramps, headaches and dizziness, electrolytes can be really helpful.

An electrolyte is any substance such as acids, bases or salts that dissolves in water to give a solution an electric current, generating energy for the human body. These tiny electronically charged particles are lost via sweat during exercise and replenish them is essential to maintain good health.

The majority of electrolyte drinks contain high levels of the four main electrolytes that play vital roles in hydration and exercise performance: sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium.

Sodium is responsible for maintaining fluids balance. Potassium can help prevent muscle cramps. Magnesium plays an important role in muscle relaxation, and calcium is required for normal muscle functions.

Electrolytes supplements are the best way to replenish the body’s water and electrolyte levels after dehydration particularly when caused by extreme exercising conditions or intense heat.

Additionally, electrolytes are highly recommended in serious cases of diarrhea or after stomach disorders such as food poising or vomiting, preventing headaches and dizziness caused due to the lack of minerals in the system.




7
JUN

5 Reasons You Might Need an Iron Supplement

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Mental Wellbeing,Vitamins and Minerals,Women's Health at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
They are called essential minerals for a reason. A member of this group, iron is very important for your health as all cells contain some iron. The majority of iron is located in the red blood cells, responsible for transporting oxygen from the lungs to the organs and tissues throughout the body. Iron has a role in creating energy from nutrients but it also contributes to the transmission of nerve impulses, which coordinates the actions of different parts of your body. Maintaining healthy iron levels is essential for good health and we present you 5 reasons you may need an iron supplement.

1.Deficiency

If you have iron deficiency anemia, your body is lacking iron for the red blood cells to effectively provide oxygen to cells and tissues, resulting in fatigue, weakness, and dizziness. Iron supplements are commonly recommended to help prevent anemia. Nearly five million Americans have iron deficiency, by far the most common form of anemia in the United States.

2.Exercise

When you exercise, you burn fuel, including iron and other minerals, and replenishing is important to maintain good health. Additionally, people who do regular intense exercise may need up to 30% more iron than less active adults, as iron may cycle through the body more rapidly in people who exercise vigorously.

3.Pregnancy

Recommended by doctors, women who are pregnant or nursing need significantly more iron than the average of 15-18 mg of iron daily. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of iron for pregnant women is 27 mg daily.

4.Kidney Disease

Kidneys make an important hormone called erythropoietin (EPO). When you have kidney disease, the kidneys cannot make enough EPO, causing red blood cells count to drop and anemia to develop. Most people with kidney disease will develop anemia and iron supplements can help avoiding that.

5.Concentration

Lack of iron may lead to difficulty concentrating and is a common problem among students. Low iron levels can also lead to unusual tiredness, shortness of breath, decrease in physical performance, and learning problems in children and adults.

Check with your health care provider before start taking an iron supplement.




27
APR

Understanding Paleo Diet & Fitness

Filed Under: Diet & Weight Loss,Exercise and Fitness,Nutrition at 12:00 pm | By: Mary Nason, Contributing Author
iStock_000085254241_MediumFollowing a Paleo lifestyle can be an exceptional way to maintain a lean, powerful physique that’s ready for action, and avoid or lessen the occurrence of many modern-day ailments that are not associated with our early human ancestors’ lives. The Paleo lifestyle presumes that the human genome is most well-adapted for the hunter-gatherer life practiced for millions of years—rather than for the changes brought on by farming and the fairly recent Industrial Revolution of only about 200 years ago. In short, optimize wellness and longevity by living in a way similar to Paleolithic man.

The basic Paleo diet consists of whole foods – vegetables, fruits, nuts, and lean meats – and generally avoids any type of food that grows underground, dairy, grains, legumes and processed foods. Paleo-based fitness incorporates natural and functional movements plus intense bursts of activity. Compare our ancestors’ lives of hunting, gathering, running, and surviving vs. modern man’s life of smart phones, cubicles, and rigid gym equipment. The Paleo lifestyle lies therein as a decision to eat and move as naturally as possible in the modern world.

A Few Fitness Regimes Well-Suited for a Paleo Lifestyle:

  • Running – Dates back to persistence hunting when ancient man needed to run for hundreds of miles while tracking prey
  • Dancing – Prehistoric humans recorded dance in their cave-paintings as an important element of their rituals, entertainment, and celebrations
  • Movement Culture – Free-flowing movement, timing, & mindfulness training to better understand the body, health, and physical artistic expression
  • Functional Fitness – Training focused on the body’s interconnectedness of parts through movements such as squatting and pushing
  • CrossFit – Strength training & body conditioning focused on functional movements like lifting and pulling

We reached out to Primal Kitchen, one of LuckyVitamin’s best-selling Paleo brands, to ask a few questions about the Paleo lifestyle and fitness. Daniel Rinck, Digital Content Strategist & Publisher for Primal Nutrition, Inc. (makers of Primal Kitchen) helps us further understand…

LV:  What types of fitness regimes will benefit from eating Paleo?

Daniel: “Once you become fat adapted like our ancestors, there’s typically no fitness regime that couldn’t benefit from a Paleo eating plan. Sure, there are examples of endurance athletes who swear that in order to fuel a race you’d need to take on loads more carbs than the Paleo/Primal eating plan recommends. But there’s an evolving perspective on that front. Mark Sisson, a former top endurance athlete, just wrote a book called Primal Endurance, which discusses how endurance athletes can benefit from a primal/ancestral eating plan and training regimen.”

LV: Is a Paleo diet sustainable for those who are already very lean and active?

Daniel: “Yes. In fact, it’s something that, when practiced well, maintains lean body mass and encourages healthy physical activity (because it fuels your body with the nutrients our bodies have evolved to expect).”

LV: Can a person benefit from eating Paleo without a full commitment? It sounds pretty hardcore.

Daniel: “Absolutely. The more whole, natural, non-processed foods that you get into your diet, the better—even if it’s part time. The same goes for Paleo/Primal lifestyle practices, like intense bursts of physical activity, finding more time for leisure activity, cutting out screen time, etc.”

By: Mary Nason




23
APR

D-Ribose: The Rejuvenator

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Sports Nutrition at 11:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
RiboseD-Ribose supplements have been known to offer a variety of health benefits but did you know that cardiologists and exercise physiologists are increasingly turning to D-Ribose as a means of “rejuvenating” their patients’ cardiac and skeletal muscles?

That’s right. You can add one more benefit to the list. Studies have shown that D-Ribose supplementation may boost heart muscle function following heart attacks and can improve blood pumping in people with congestive heart failure.

As a result, better heart muscle function after D-Ribose supplementation can lead to better delivery of energy-rich blood to skeletal muscles, revving them up for increased activity.

Ribose is an all-natural five-carbon sugar that helps facilitate the production of ATP – Adenosine Triphospate. ATP is a molecule that is the primary source of energy for all our cellular processes. As a key component of the ATP process, D-Ribose has been known to faster ATP levels return to normal and can also help injured or heavily used muscle as they are particularly vulnerable to low ATP supply and is slow to recover those levels. Fatigue and exhaustion often occur as a result of depletion of the vital molecule called ATP in human muscle and taking D-Ribose supplements is one of the best ways to maintain healthy levels.

Increased ATP levels in skeletal muscle following D-Ribose supplementation can help reduce muscle pain and fatigue that prevent people from keeping up their vital exercise regimens. D-Ribose supplements provide the real energy boost for intense exercise activity.




18
APR

Strength Training Benefits for the Body

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Sports Nutrition at 6:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
B18The health benefits of strength training are well-known to many people but yet some questions may come up when talking about weightlifting and resistance training. Are these all the same? Yes, these synonymous also refer to exercise that uses resistance to strengthen and condition the musculoskeletal system, improving tone and endurance. In other words, your exercise the body in order to gain muscle size and tone as well as conditioning tendon, bone, ligament strength and increasing overall muscular strength and resistance.

These can be called the well-known benefits of strength training but this incredible activity provides a variety of other benefits for the body too.

Did you know that strength training helps improve digestion and regulate bowel movement? That’s right, this type of activity can improve your body’s natural elimination process which is vital for maintaining healthy eating habits.

Additionally, regular strength training can lead to protection from heart diseases as it helps decrease body fat and increase lean tissue. This combination is essential for cardiovascular health as it helps increase circulation capacity and can also help to lower blood pressure.

Lastly, strength building may lead to increased mental and physical stamina to better endure the stresses of daily living and can be a fun and social activity as well.




30
MAR

Spring Season: Time to Start Running!

Filed Under: Diet & Weight Loss,Exercise and Fitness,Sports Nutrition at 5:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
B30Warmer days are coming and you can finally get outdoors and start exercising. Well, some people workout outdoors even during the cold, winter months but if you just don’t like the cold weather, now it’s the time to start.

Running is one of the most common outdoor activities for many reasons. It can basically be done pretty much anywhere from parks to streets, beaches to sport fields. Plus, running is free, it has no cost and does not require much equipment, although proper running shoes and clothing are highly recommended. Additionally, running can be done in many different ways: high tempo, jogging, short-distance, long-distance, interval and many other alternative ways.

Some people may say running is a “boring” activity while some others feel they don’t have the motivation to go running on a regular basis. That is indeed one of the most common problems of starting runners but there are a few tips to help keeping up with your workout plan.

First, running alone can be difficult and perhaps a partner may be a great way to “push each other”. Ideally, you should find a running mate who is at the same level as you are and don’t forget to set up days, so both of you do not have time conflicts.

Second, setting up goals can be an excellent way to stay on track. For example, plan to run a 5K, or 10K at some point in the summer or in the fall and you can track and control your results preparing for this “special run”.

Lastly, don’t give up. If you missed a run or two, even a whole week, no problem. Get back on track and if you have to start from day one, no problem again. Running can be fun and the more you run, the easier it gets.




23
MAR

Hyaluronic Acid and Healthy Joints

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Supplements at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
B23Hyaluronic acid has been known to promote healthy joints for many years. This naturally occurring carbohydrate is found in the human body in connective tissue, joint fluid, skin and cartilage. Also known as HA, hyaluronic acid is responsible for maintaining the body joints lubricated as well as keeping your skin smooth and elastic.

Hyaluronic acid is produced by the human body but production tends to deplete as we age, which may lead to several joint issues such as osteoarthritis. In order to replenish healthy levels of this important body fluid, hyaluronic acid supplements may be one of the best ways to minimize joint pain and discomfort.

One of the most popular ingredients in products for joint and mobility support, hyaluronic acid can enhance the maintenance of cartilage and joint tissues but is also know to promote healthy bone formation. A good number of supplements for joint support contain hyaluronic acid but it seems like the best results may come when used in conjunction with other joint support ingredients such as glucosamine, chondroitin and MSM. Studies have shown that these four ingredients combined are the best combination to promote healthy joints as well as minimizing pain from osteoarthritis. Another aspect to keep in mind: since absorption may be an issue for some individuals, these joint support products are available in liquid form, which contain a much higher rate of absorption than tablets and capsules.

Click here to buy Hyaluronic Acid products at LuckyVtiamin.com.




9
MAR

New Brand Spotlight: Training Mask

Filed Under: Diet & Weight Loss,Exercise and Fitness at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
TrainingMaskLucky Vitamin is proud to introduce a revolutionary product to our customers: Training Mask.

Training Mask offers a new “Resistance Training Device” product that helps condition the lungs by creating pulmonary resistance and strengthening the diaphragm, making your workout seem like it is being held high in the mountains.

Training Mask works by making your lungs work harder. When that happens, the surface area and elasticity in the alveoli is increased, thus increasing your stamina and ability to go harder at your sport or simply have increased energy for daily living. The secret of truly elite athletes isn’t the amount of time spent working out, but the intensity of the workout or the determination to push one’s body to the limits.

The effects of high-altitude training can really make a difference to get the most out of a workout. When the air is thinner, your body works harder, increasing your ability to process oxygen. When you return to lower elevations, your performance will show substantial increases in strength, endurance and speed. It’s as if you were wearing a suit of armor while working out and then removed it for the competition.

Training Mask can simulate the benefits of high-altitude training without heading to a mountaintop. Continue use of this revolutionary product will increase your performance in running, swimming, martial arts, yoga, and sports such as soccer, football, hockey, and basketball. Training Mask will make your workout so efficient, you can actually cut the amount of time spent in training. Simply strap it on and begin your normal workout.

You can save even more when you shop Training Mask products at LuckyVitamin.com. Just enter the promo code MAR16NEW16 at checkout to save 15% on all items of this new brand.




7
FEB

Natural Ways to Boost Energy Before a Workout

Filed Under: Diet & Weight Loss,Exercise and Fitness,Supplements at 7:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
EnergyDo you known when you need to get fired up for your workout but seems to have a difficult time finding different ways to do it? Yes, we all know that feeling but a few tips can be helpful to keep your exercise routine going. Some people opt to avoid hardcore energy boosters and strong pre-workout supplements and that’s absolutely no problem, as we present you a few natural ways to boost energy before your workout.

First, we tend to think about caffeine when planning a quick way to increase energy prior to a workout and there is a good reason for this way of thinking. Caffeine acts fast to promote mental alertness but only for a temporary period of time. Remember: caffeine doesn’t have to come from coffee or energy drinks as teas (hot and cold) and natural juices, such as acai, contain this popular energy enhancer.

Additionally, vitamins are essential for energy levels particularly B vitamins. Why not taking a B-Complex tablet or a multivitamin before your workout? The results may surprise you as B vitamins have the ability to disperse the energy from food throughout the bloodstream. Keep in mind that being deficient or at low levels of either vitamins or minerals has a direct impact to the inability to function at maximal efficiency.

Rounding up our natural ways to get fired up for a workout is a pretty easy one: rest. Working out when feeling tired is one of the most common mistakes people make on a regular basis. For example, after a long day, many people hit the gym directly after work, without proper nutrition and adequate rest. Don’t do that. Eat a well-balanced, not-heavy meal, ideally with carbs, take a power-nap, 15 to 30 minutes and then start your workout. These two simple tips can give you a rush of new energy for your workout.




28
DEC

6 Natural Ways to Boost Metabolism

Filed Under: Diet & Weight Loss,Exercise and Fitness,General Wellness & Wellbeing at 1:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Meta1. Omega-3

Omega-3 is one of the healthiest ways to speed up the metabolism as it balances blood sugar and reduces inflammation, helping regulate metabolism. It may also reduce resistance to the hormone leptin, which is linked to the fat burning process. Fish such as salmon, tuna, sardines, and herring are rich in omega-3 fatty acids as well as flaxseed oil and walnuts.

2. Workout Rev Up 

Increasing the intensity of your exercise or workout and then returning to normal pace is a terrific way to boost metabolism. This process helps the body consume more oxygen and make the mitochondria, the cell powerhouses, work harder to burn energy. Simple way to do this: alternate 60 seconds of fast exercise, running for example, with a 60 second rest period, and repeat it several times.

3. Green Tea

Green tea contains antioxidant polyphenols as well as an active ingredient called catechin which may rev up metabolism. Catechins may improve fat oxidation and thermogenesis, the body’s production of energy from digestion. So, drinking a few cups of green tea daily, iced of hot, (instead of coffee for example) may increase your energy expenditure by 90 calories a day.

4. Spicy it Up

Eating spicy food is known to increase metabolic rate as capsacian, a molecule found in spicy peppers, has been shown to raise body temperature and speed up fat loss. Also present in foods like spicy mustard, wasabi, and horseradish, isothiocyanates may help activate fat and speed up the metabolism as well.

5. Morning Start

Getting a great morning start can also help to boost up metabolism. Eating a healthy breakfast, exercising in the morning hours, and getting exposure to sunlight can all help to increase metabolic rates.

6. Coffee Rules

If you don’t like green tea, no problem. Coffee is also another way to enhance your metabolism. Studies have shown that regular caffeine consumption may help increase metabolic burn, and reduced risk for type 2 diabetes. A cup of coffee in the morning hours is a great way to get that caffeine into your system but try to avoid sugar, milk, and cream into your morning cup.




17
DEC

Have a Happy, Healthy Holiday

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,General Wellness & Wellbeing,Nutrition at 8:00 am | By: Jessica Justh, Senior Editor
healthy holidayThe holidays are here again, which means that your health goals that you’ve been dutifully sticking to all year are now in some serious peril if you’re not careful. Here are a few tips to stay focused while still partaking in some old fashioned holiday cheer.

Make Your Goals and write them down – Although it may sound antiquated in today’s world of smart phones and gadgets, but simply putting pen to paper and jotting down your goals helps make them seem more “real”. A recent study at the Dominican University of California found that people who jot down their goals beforehand are 42% more likely to achieve them.

Bring a healthy side/dessert to a party – Ease the temptation at holiday parties by bringing a healthy side dish or dessert with you. Any hostess will appreciate the gesture and it will serve as another reminder of your healthy objectives.

Try a New Indoor Activity – Break the workout rut and give yourself an activity to get excited about. Try cross fit or sign up for that yoga class you’ve been meaning to since this time last year. Now is the time of year when many studios and gyms will offer first-timer discounts so there’s really no better time to tackle some fun, new activities.

Stay Hydrated – Curb hunger and minimize that hangover by drinking plenty of water at your next soiree. Even better: plan ahead by drinking a full glass of water prior to a meal to help prevent overeating.

Everything in moderation –  Avoid holiday weight gain by practicing moderation. Try not to focus on what you “can’t have” and utilize strategies, such as eating on smaller plates and portion control, to help keep yourself on course.

 




14
DEC

How to Fuel Up For a Long Run

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Nutritional Bars,Sports Nutrition,Vitamins and Minerals at 5:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Long RunThe long run is often the ultimate quest for runners as this challenging exercise is known to build endurance and strength as well as teach runners how to deal with fatigue and pain. Anything over 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) may be considered a long, resistance exercise and may take some preparation not only to do well and complete the run but also to prevent injuries. When preparing for long run workouts, people often ask themselves many questions regarding pre-race, during, and post-race tips. So, what’s really the best way to prepare for long runs, including half-marathons, 10 Ks, or just an hour jogging in the park?

Pre-Workout

Hydration is extremely important before any run or race. Hydrate well but as usual and drink according to your thirst. Consuming drinks with sodium will help stimulate thirst and retain fluids consumed. Avoid alcoholic beverages as they increase urine output and delay optimal rehydration. Don’t overdo it as over-hydration can lead to the need to urinate during the race, a very common problem for beginners.

Trying to determine how much food to take in before a long run can be complicated since everyone is different, have different fitness levels, different diets, etc. However, an easy, general rule is to consume approximately 0.5 grams of carbohydrate for every pound of body weight and then multiply that number by the number of hours prior to the start of your run. Choose light, easy to digest meals that will put fuel in your tank. For example, eat a high-carbohydrate, low-protein meal a few hours prior your longer runs, or a snack or nutritional bar for shorter runs.

During Workout

During workout, your body needs hydration and, for the longer runs, carbs. An average of 30g to 60g of carbohydrate per hour of running is a good basic rule and sports drinks are an excellent way to hydrate and consume the glucose needed. For more extreme workouts, runners need to get a more high-octane fuel, essentially more concentrated, and often available in energy gels, blocks, beans, and chews. These sports nutrition products are engineered to supply needed carbohydrate, which fuels your muscles and keeps blood sugar levels steady, and electrolytes, which help retain fluids to maintain hydration, prevent cramping, and perform other functions in the body. Make sure to follow your high-octane fuel with water.

Post-Workout

No secret here, after runs, carbohydrates. Choose quick-digesting forms of carbohydrate, such as sports drinks, to allow your body to replenish its stored carbohydrate in your muscles. Fruit, crackers and bread are great after-race meals.  Within the first 30 to 60 minutes after the race, it is crucial to consume some protein to help repair all your worn and torn muscles. Low-fat chocolate milk contains a good combination of carbohydrate and protein to help you refuel. Protein energy bars are also a great choice.

Last Tip

A combination of both sports drinks and water is perfect during and after a run as it can replenish the sodium and potassium you lose through sweat, while giving your body some energy from carbohydrate. After the run, rehydrate with a sports drink first, then water.




12
DEC

4 Cures for Sore Muscles

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Homeopathy,Supplements at 8:00 am | By: Jessica Justh, Senior Editor
pain

Whether you workout, play sports or sit at a desk all day, your bound to have some aches and pains. It’s your body’s way of adapting. Get relief and alleviate sore muscles with the remedies below. You’re body will thank you!

Tart Cherry Juice – As a recent Newsweek article said, “the day when doctors say – ‘take 10 cherries and call me in the morning’ – may not be far off.” This tart cherry juice recipe makes a great addition to your post-workout recovery drink and is packed with anthocyanins that help reduce inflammation.

Epsom Salt Bath – Soothe aches while softening skin at the same time.  Epsom salt, otherwise known as magnesium sulfate, is a popular remedy for flushing built-up lactic acid from muscles. Also, magnesium is a mineral known for increasing absorption of other vitamins in the body. Add two cups of Epsom salt to a warm bath and feel the pain melt away.

Arnica – Treat muscle pain with the help of Mother Nature! Arnica Montana is a plant that grows in mountainous areas in the northern United States, Canada and the European Alps and is used in homeopathic circles for the treatment of muscle aches and stiffness, swelling from injuries and discoloration from bruising.

Nutmeg Oil – Besides its culinary uses, Nutmeg oil is an essential part of Chinese medicine used to treat muscle soreness and inflammation by reducing the swelling of joints. It’s more than just a holiday spice; nutmeg has been used since prehistoric times to treat fevers, headaches and even the plague!

Sore Muscle Smoothie

INGREDIENTS

3 cups kale, lightly packed

2 cups pineapple, frozen

1 banana

16 oz. coconut water

½ juiced lemon

1 tsp turmeric powder

 

DIRECTIONS

  1. Blend all ingredients together until smooth. Feel free to add more coconut water if consistency is too thick.




10
DEC

Healthy Holiday Gifts Suggestions: Fitness

Filed Under: Diet & Weight Loss,Exercise and Fitness,Sports Nutrition at 4:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
HealthyFinding the perfect gift isn’t easy. People often struggle to find presents around this time of the year but if you are running out of ideas of gifts for you loved ones, Lucky Vitamin is presenting an entire section of healthy gift suggestions for this holiday season.

Today, we focus on gifts for the fitness fanatics or for anyone who may want to start a New Year Resolution for a healthy, fit 2016. Finding a fitness gift may not be as easy as it sounds as you want to motivate your friends and family without actually saying: “it’s time to lose some weight”.

A gym membership is quite often a popular choice of holiday gift but keep in mind that if the recipient of your gift has never been to a gym, doesn’t like to go out of the house to workout at the gym, or have struggled in the past to use a gym frequently, chances are, this unfortunate trend will likely to continue.

So, perhaps a better option is to shop fitness gifts for the “stay at home” type. Support their exercise and fitness goals by finding the perfect gift for any exercise enthusiast.

Click here to find this special selection of Holiday Gifts presented to you by LuckyVitamin.com.




5
DEC

New Brand Spotlight: My Way Labs

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Sports Nutrition,Supplements at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
My Way LabsLucky Vitamin is happy to present another top quality brand of sport supplements to our customers: My Way Labs.

My Way Labs supplies athletes with sports nutrition products created with one primary goal: to ensure that each and every athlete trains like a god. We have selected the top 5 My Way Labs supplements to introduce to our customers.

Kratus: this amazing product delivers a God-Like burst of power and strength that will enhance your training. Kratus is a one-of-a-kind performance accelerator that contains the industry leading ingredients allowing for maximal muscle building, strength gains, vein popping pumps, everlasting endurance, and intense focus. Achieve insane energy and focus without jitters, gaining strength with creatine HCL + D-aspartic acid, and igniting a metabolic fat burning fire with citrus arantium.

Helius Burn: considered a number one fat burner for men and women, Helius Burn thermogenic effect can help increase body heat, cut fat, preserve muscle and provide energy. A safe and effective fat burner designed to give individuals the body they desire quicker.

Multivitamin: a good workout program requires a good Multivitamin and My Way Labs has the perfect one for you. With a specially formulated blend to give individuals all nutrients they miss with a regular diet, this multi contains all essential vitamins and is enhanced with amino acids to boost athletic performance.

My Whey Protein: a premium quality Non-GMO concentrate and isolate whey protein, My Whey was voted the best tasting chocolate and vanilla protein supplement in the market. A great post-workout drink, My Whey is enhanced with digestive enzymes for better absorption.

CLA Tone: this premium Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) product is an excellent choice to support a healthy body weight. Gluten-free, Non-GMO, and with no artificial ingredients, CLA Tone is derived from natural safflower oil and may help reduce stored fat, and preserve and boost muscle.

You can save even more when you shop My Way Labs supplements at LuckyVitamin.com. Just enter the promo code DEC15NEW15 at checkout to save 15% on all items of this new brand.