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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.




21
OCT

New Brand Spotlight: Elite Labs USA

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Sports Nutrition at 6:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Lucky Vitamin is proud to introduce another top-quality brand of sport supplements to our customers: Elite Labs USA.

Elite Labs USA offers a superior line of products created with the knowledge of over 20 years of diverse experience in sports nutrition science. The company is fully devoted to developing and manufacturing only the highest quality sports supplements that exceed your expectations, every time.

Elite Labs USA is focused on cutting-edge innovation. The kind of innovation that takes a great idea and makes it greater. The kind of innovation that makes you say “Wow” every time you use it.  Achieving that “Wow Factor” is the very reason this brand is committed to formulating products based on the latest scientific advancements that will reshape the very understanding of an athlete’s true physical potential. Every single Elite Labs USA product is founded on rock-solid, scientific data, and provides efficacious amounts of key ingredients clinically proven to work in real people, just like you.

Committed to elite quality, Elite Labs USA has the confidence that what is listed on the label is exactly what is inside the product. Nothing more, nothing less. With no hidden ingredients, no unwanted contaminants, and most importantly, no banned substances, every Elite Labs USA product is manufactured in a cGMP certified facility using current Good Manufacturing Practices, with state-of-the-art, sophisticated equipment verifying for accuracy, purity and potency of every ingredient.

You don’t have to be an elite or professional level athlete, bodybuilder, or power lifter to use Elite Labs USA formulas but if that’s the level of performance you’re striving to achieve, let Elite Labs USA products help take you there.

Save even more when you shop Elite Labs USA supplements at LuckyVitamin.com. Just enter the promotional code OCT15NEW15 at checkout to save 15% on all items of this new brand but hurry, offer ends October 31st, 2015.




9
SEP

Meet the Amino’s: Amino Acids and Their Roles in Health

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Supplements at 5:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
AminosAmino acids play a really important role in health but many people don’t really know what they are and what they do. The human body uses amino acids to produce proteins, perform critical metabolic functions as well as to produce energy. Food sources of amino acids are protein-rich foods. When you consume protein, your body receives a source of amino acids using combinations of 20 distinct amino acids to make up the protein in your cells. Sources of protein that contain every essential amino acid are called complete proteins, while sources of protein deficient in one or more essential amino acids are incomplete proteins. Failure to eat enough of any essential amino acid prevents your body from making the protein it needs to function.

Essential amino acids cannot be synthesized by the organism, and therefore must be supplied by diet. A total of nine amino acids cannot be made by the human body and are considered essential: phenylalanine, threonine, valine, tryptophan, methionine, leucine, lysine, isoleucine, and histidine. Nutritionally essential, these amino acids are not optional as a lack of sufficient bioavailability has adverse health effects.

Additionally, six amino acids are considered conditionally essential in the human diet as their synthesis can be limited under special pathophysiological conditions, such as prematurity in the infant or individuals in severe catabolic distress. These six are arginine, cysteine, glycine, proline, glutamine, and tyrosine.

Lastly, five amino acids are dispensable in humans as they can be synthesized in the body. Nutritionally nonessential, these aminos can be made by the human body through various pathways of biosynthesis. These aminos are alanine, asparti acid, asparagine, glutamic acid and serine.

Amino acid deficiency may lead to a number of health issues such as developing frequent colds, slow recovery from physical exercise, constantly feeling fatigued, and slow healing from minor cuts or injuries.




3
SEP

5 Yoga Poses for Joint Health

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness at 3:20 pm | By: Jessica Justh, Senior Editor
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Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II) – This pose eases tightening in the shoulders. It’s amazing for second trimester pregnancy back pain and sciatica. Just make sure your knee is directly over your ankle and that your heels are aligned on your matwhile holding this posture.

Bridge pose (Setu Bandhasanacan) helps strengthen knee muscles and is great for stress relief. It stretches the chest, neck and spine which can help with posture, as well. Use a yoga block during this asana for lower back support.

Bound Angle (Baddha Konasana) is a great hip opener that stretches the inner thighs. We suggest sitting on a blanket to raise your pelvic floor and pulling your heels toward your pelvis. Your knees should be out to the side as you open the soles of your feet like a book.

Triangle (Trikonasana) is great for building strength in the knees and legs which may help alleviate back pain. It tones the hamstrings, groin and hips while opening the chest and shoulders. While in this posture do not rest your hand directly on your knee. Instead try resting your hand on your chin or mat.

Staff pose (Dandasana) can be practiced against a wall to ensure proper alignment. Your head and lower back should not touch the wall — just your shoulder blades. It strengthens your core and improves posture which makes it a great pose for back pain sufferers.

 




28
AUG

Exercising Requires Water and Rest

Filed Under: Diet & Weight Loss,Exercise and Fitness at 5:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Water RestEstablishing a good exercise routine isn’t easy but once that is accomplished, things just keep on rolling. Wrong! A couple serious issues can really put a stop onto your workout program: dehydration and injuries. Both can significantly affect your body but good news: you can quite easily prevent both of these problems.

First, dehydration is a serious matter. Many people don’t drink enough water on a daily basis as well as before, during, and after exercising. Thirst is the first sign that your body has had a significant loss of body fluids and replenishment is necessary. Other symptoms of moderate dehydration include dry mouth, decreased urine output, dry skin, and headaches. Dehydration can last a couple days and severe cases may lead to dizziness, fever, low blood pressure, irregular heartbeat and in the most serious cases, delirium or unconsciousness. Drink plenty of water particularly when you exercise and during hot days. Sport drinks can also be helpful to avoid extreme thirst.

Second, injuries can be another issue to hamper your workout program. When people are trying to establish an exercise routine or trying to lose weight, they often forget about a very important part of any successful workout program: rest. The human body needs rest to recover and people need to ensure they add that into the plan. A good number of injuries are the result of a tired body in need of recovery. For example, muscle injuries are often caused by fatigue. Plus, fatigue also leads to that feeling of exhaustion, tiredness, weariness, and lack of energy to do other daily activities. Studies have shown that lack of rest and fatigue play an important role in muscle strain injuries which can be easily prevented with periods of rest.

So, two easy tips to keep your workout going: drink enough water and get some rest!




13
AUG

3 Tips for Great Running

Filed Under: Diet & Weight Loss,Exercise and Fitness at 11:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
RunningRunning can be fun. Some people have a difficult time to establish a solid running program but once that is done, running can be easy and fun. The basic “tips for running” are really important and can be considered rules for good activity: drink plenty of water, wear proper clothing, stretching, and proper nutrition. However, some people still struggle to maintain a regular running schedule for many reasons. Motivation, lack of time, muscle soreness are just a few reasons people stop running on a regular basis. In order to try to help, we present you a few “alternative tips” for great running.

1. Running Schedule

Organizing a proper running schedule is essential for a successful program. Try to plan your running based on your capabilities. For example, if you are starting and are capable of running 3 miles, try to do this distance three times a week, alternating with some rest days: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, or Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. You can also establish a weekly distance, for example 10 miles: 2 runs of 3 and one run of 4 miles. Feel free to use the distance you feel fits your physical capabilities and time.

2. Music for Your Ears

Listening to music can be very helpful for runners. Set up your favorite playlist to keep you motivated during your runs. Another good tip: use your favorite song for the end of the playlist. For example, if you are running 30 minutes, set up your favorite energy boosting songs for the last 5 minutes of your run. It can be an easy way to give you the always-needed final boost and help your finish your run.

3. Track Your Results

Tracking your results can be a great way to keep you running. You don’t necessarily need to run faster every time your run as just seeing how much you have accomplished can be a great reason to get out there and keep on going. If possible, use one of those running aps that provides you all the info your need: distance, average, total time, etc.




29
JUL

New Brand Spotlight: GR3EN

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Health Foods,Sports Nutrition at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Gr3enLucky Vitamin is happy to introduce a revolutionary product to our customers: GR3EN.

GR3EN is a one-of-kind energy drink loaded with superfoods to provide you the energy boost you need every day. Created by organic farmers from Hawaii, who believe in empowering people with positive energy from a handful of ingredients that you can pronounce, GR3EN is produced with organic ingredients with no cutting corners or compromising quality by using artificial fillers, sweeteners, fake flavors or stimulants.

GR3EN organic energy drink raises the bar with an organic dream team of wonderful ingredients: green tea, coconut water, guarana, and kale. GR3EN is pure, organic and powerful and is the perfect pick-me-up when you first wake up, need a lift, hit the gym, or hit the wall at work. GR3EN has the amount of caffeine equivalent of a cup of coffee but combines the health benefits of coconut water, green tea and kale juice, all in one can.

This 3 in 1 (hydration, energy and wellness) revolutionary product is 100% organic, gluten free, Non-GMO, vegan and contain no synthetic stimulants or artificial flavors. Each can has 150 mg of organic plant-based caffeine but it does not contain “iffy” ingredients found in most mainstream “Energy Drink” products and workout drinks such as taurine and synthetic B vitamins.

GR3EN roots are truly green as the company started as organic farmers growing super greens on rooftops. They proudly made history by installing the first certified organic food-producing green roof in the world through their parent company, FarmRoof. Today, GR3EN wants to spread organic farming through donations funded by sales of GR3EN Organic Energy.

You can save even more when you shop GR3EN products at LuckyVitamin.com. Just enter the promo code JULY15NEW15 at checkout to save 15% on all items of this new brand.

 

 

 




16
JUL

Caffeine Helps Improve Muscle Power and Strength

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Sports Nutrition,Supplements at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
CoffeeA new study shows that caffeine consumption might be helpful to improve muscle power and strength. Researchers from the University of Mississippi concluded that the effect of caffeine in the nervous system can alter the muscles’ ability to generate power.

Published in the American Journal of Sport Medicine, the controlled study was based on an average of 5mg of caffeine per kilo in athletes who consumed caffeine about one hour prior to exercise. The study findings show that caffeine can improve muscle power from signals sent from the brain, which controls muscles’ overall activity. If caffeine can improve brain function, consequently, it may also improve muscle response. Additionally, participants taking caffeine before physical activity reported less pain when exercising as well as during short term recovery.

Previous studies have found a similar link between caffeine and muscle force. Caffeine has been known to improve age-related changes in muscle strength as this energy booster is considered an excellent product to enhance muscle performance even in older muscles. Caffeine’s effect is often smaller for juvenile muscles, suggesting caffeine may not have such as enhancing effect in developing muscles.

Caffeine has been widely used by athletes for its multiple benefits. Many athletes believe that this substance can truly enhance physical activity as well as improve mental performance. Caffeine can significantly improve athlete’s endurance in sports where long-term stamina is needed such as running, cycling, and soccer.




10
JUL

7 Herbal Energy Boosters

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Herbs,Supplements at 5:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
BoostAre you looking to energize yourself the natural way? Well, get ready for it as you have quite a few options of herbal energy enhancer products. If you are not sure which one(s) to take, here’s a quick look at 7 herbal energy boosters.

1. Guaraná

Guaraná is one of the most popular products used as a stimulant because it offers about twice the caffeine of a coffee bean. Guaraná also contains theobromine and theophylline, other stimulants that may help to increase energy levels.

2. Yerba Mate

Yerba Mate is an excellent herbal alternative to increase energy and focus. This exotic herbal tea contains a unique blend of stimulants which delivers high doses of caffeine as well as theobromine, and theophylline.

3. Chia

Chia seeds were known as the “runner’s food” as this superfood contains a ton of nutrients such as essential fatty acids, alpha-linolenic, linoleic acid, mucin, strontium, protein, vitamins A, B, E, and D, and minerals. Chia means “strength” in the Mayan language.

4. Maca

Maca root contains 55 phytochemicals that are known to have vitality-enhancing effects in the body, in addition to being incredibly mineral dense and nutritious. Maca is highly beneficial for reducing fatigue, enhancing energy and endurance, as well as improving sexual desire.

5. Siberian Ginseng

A very popular enhancer among athletes, Siberian ginseng works by increasing stamina, reducing fatigue and minimizing the effects of stress.

6. Ginkgo

Ginkgo improves energy flow at a cellular level by increasing the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) in your body, which helps the brain in metabolizing glucose for energy.

7. Rhodiola Rosea

Rhodiola rosea is an effective herb for improving energy and alleviating depression as it has the ability to change serotonin and dopamine levels.




7
JUN

New Brand Spotlight: Blue Star Nutraceuticals

Filed Under: Exercise and Fitness,Sports Nutrition at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
BlueS logoWhen it comes to sport nutrition supplements, Lucky Vitamin is a powerhouse of options and, as the list continues to grow, we are happy to welcome one more premium company to our site. The latest addition is a superior brand of supplements made to refuel, rebuild and recover: Blue Star Nutraceuticals.

Blue Star Nutraceuticals is a dietary supplement company that designs, develops, manufactures, markets and retails the best sports nutrition products in the world. The company follows the strictest manufacturing practices ensuring potency, purity and safety of all products. A brand synonymous with elite level athletes, performance and physiques, delivering superior results to people just like you. What you notice as a user is that Blue Star Nutraceuticals supplements have a lot more pop. They’re just that much stronger, and you feel them that much quicker.

Blue Star Nutraceuticals was created to everyone from elite level athletes to people just like you. One of the company’s best-selling products is AminoFast. This unique supplement was designed to provide more energy with less burnout. AminoFast increases the production of ATP, your muscle’s primary source of energy, preventing you from fatigue, or hitting the workout wall too soon, and it ignites proteins synthesis, resulting in more lean muscles gains from your workouts. It also helps reduce muscle soreness, getting you back to 100% faster even after your hardest workouts.

You can save even more when you shop Blue Star Nutraceuticals supplements at Lucky Vitamin.com. Just enter promo code JUNE15NEW15 for an additional 15% off on all items of this new brand.