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Gluten and Lactose and Casein - Oh my!

3/12/2019 10:25 AM

By Ashley White

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Gluten, lactose, or casein intolerance? We can help!

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GIB RAW

5/4/2018 11:14 AM

By Marley Grant

GIB RAW

New product alert!

This is by far our most complex and HEALTHIEST product yet. You’re going to love it!

GIB RAW is currently the only allergen-free protein and fruit/greens powder combined into. You know that we’ve always been dedicated to health first and this product is no exception. Here’s the scoop on GIB RAW.

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Research-Driven Methods on Cooking Protein for Better Fat Reduction and Muscle Gains

A new study shows that how you cook your protein, along with the order in which you eat your foods, is super important for fat reduction and muscle gains.

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How Much Protein You Need

12/16/2016 12:00 PM

By Marley Grant

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New research shows you get more muscle gains when you take up to 40 grams

For years, those of us in the physique building and weightlifting community have known the research that states we should take 20 grams of protein after workouts to stimulate Muscle Protein Synthesis (MPS).  Some people have claimed protein wasn’t needed right after workouts but anyone that has ever trained or read the research knows that it is needed and beneficial.

 

Previous studies have shown that 20-25g protein is enough to stimulate maximal increases in protein synthesis (MPS) after weight training. The present study challenged this conclusion.

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Carbs

10/18/2016 10:05 AM

By Marley Grant

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CARBOHYDRATES

The protein sparing macronutrient

If you ask any physique enthusiast to tell you about carbohydrates, you probably won’t get much of an answer.  If you ask about protein’s role in muscle building you’ll almost for sure get an in-depth response about the way muscle builds size, its anabolic properties and more!  You would probably even get the exact amount you need per pound told to you.

Carbohydrates are often overlooked when planning a muscle building diet. The truth is that carbohydrates are known amongst true sports nutritionists as the “Protein Sparing” macronutrient. This is because of the importance of carbohydrates and the role they play in muscle development. The truth is what type of carbohydrates you eat, when you eat them and how much you eat can have a great effect on the muscle building process.

If you want to optimize your diet for muscle gain and fat loss it’s important to know how to integrate carbohydrates into your diet. There’s nothing complex about it, you just have to follow a few simple rules taught by muscle and strength and Gains.

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GIB-100

8/30/2016 8:41 AM

By Marley Grant

CELLULAR NUTRITION FOR ACTIVE MUSCLES

100% Pre-Digested Protein, Carbs and Fats

100% RDA Vitamins and Minerals

100% Guaranteed Satisfaction

The best tasting, most absorbable performance powder on the market today. Our goal was to create a high protein formula utilizing the enutrient dense, quality ingredients to which athletes need, but with a taste comparable to the high sugar/sucralose "junk" protein drinks on the market. GIB-100 is the only performance powder to contain 100% RDA whole food vitamins and minerals. GIB-100 utilizes the most nutrient dense forms of proteins, carbohydrates and fats available. This ensures that your body will have the nutrients needed to restore energy and help create lean, calorie burning muscle.

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Fitness Girl

4/13/2016 2:48 PM

By Site Owner

“I follow a High Protein diet and sometimes the Paleo plan but I am concerned about the 2014 research study out of USC that shows a 400% increased risk of cancer if you consume too much protein.  What should I do?”

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PROTEIN THE RESEARCH ON HOW MUCH YOU CAN TAKE

4/13/2016 12:26 PM

By Site Owner

How much protein you can consume has been hotly debated for decades and probably will continue to be because the questions are a double edge sword based on what result a person is looking for. If you consume a lot of protein at meals/daily and workout often, you are probably seeing a lot of benefit right now. That’s great but if you have consumed a high protein diet for many years, an increased risk of disease over those who do not consume a high protein diet will manifest in your bloodwork and how you feel.  This is mainly due to inflammation in the bloodstream from excess undigested proteins. Basically, the question should be broken down into two separate parts;

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