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Berberine Supports Metabolic Health, Belly Fat Loss in Women

Berberine has many health benefits, but one of the most compelling findings emerging from clinical trials is its connection to weight loss (specifically belly fat reduction).

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Creatine Supplementation May Decrease the Risk of Dehydration During Exercise

There’s a fascinating connection emerging between creatine, muscle and hydration. Since muscle is the main reservoir of water in the body, research finds dehydration can impact muscular performance and the metabolic properties of muscle (e.g. glucose and insulin metabolism etc…).

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Creatine: Glutes and Lower Body Leg Strength for Women Plus Fear of ‘Bloating’ Explained

Creatine is a popular supplement that can be beneficial for women looking to enhance their strength and athletic performance. Contrary to common misconceptions, creatine is not exclusively reserved for men and can be just as effective for women. By increasing the body's production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), creatine helps provide energy for intense workouts, allowing women to push their limits and lift heavier weights.

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Zinc Deficiency is Linked with Low Testosterone: A Summary of the Science

Zinc is a trace mineral involved in some 150 enzymatic reactions. In the male reproductive system, Zinc plays an important role in gonadal development, spermatogenesis and testosterone synthesis.

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Berberine: Metabolic Health Benefits Explained Via the GUT

The recent popularity of Ozempic (semaglutide) has finally made "gut hormones" a kitchen-table topic. Unlike most stimulant-based fat burners, Ozempic offers it's metabolic health benefits by way of the gut. Berberine HCl has similar indirect effects on metabolic health through its effect on the same gastrointestinal hormones termed "incretins."

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