Citrulline Improves Body Composition

Posted on September 16th, 2015 by Degraff

The Journal of Nutrition is a great journal.  And a new study published in this lends additional support for the use of the supplement citrulline (found in watermelon) in bodybuilders. You can often find citrulline in many pre-workouts alone or in a bonded or blended form with malate. This study unfortunately was in rats.  But […]

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Probiotic Increases Testosterone and Alleviates Constipation

Posted on September 13th, 2015 by Degraff

  Previously at the Prohormone Podcast we were the first to explain to you research at MIT regarding the probiotic known as Lactobacillus Reuteri, or “L. Reuteri” for short.  Read here:  Probiotic Increases Testosterone In that article we explained the benefits of L. Reuteri on testosterone increases.  The MIT researchers even went so far to […]

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Weird Resveratrol Results from Human Trial

Posted on September 8th, 2015 by Degraff

Resveratrol has long been in the debate spotlight for its anti-aging and health benefits. It seemed to storm onto the scene in the mid 2000’s.  The problem has always been (or at least believed to be) it’s poor bioavailability. As a result you can find a variety of highly bioavailable options in your supplement aisle.  […]

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Save Your Blood Pressure

Posted on September 8th, 2015 by Degraff

As a guy who likes to lift heavy ass weight and slam stimulants daily you can guess that I’ve registered a high blood pressure a time or two. But everyday there seems to be new natural (non-statin) ways to lower blood pressure. This new clinical trial used a waste product from red wine. Specifically it’s […]

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Guide to Platinum Nutra Transdermal Prohormones

Posted on January 18th, 2015 by Degraff

Platinum Nutrition Jumps into the prohormone game with two new transdermals unlike anything else on the market. It’s fairly rare to see any prohormone company launch a transdermal (or “cosmetic topical”) prohormone.  But Platinum Nutraceuticals has recently made a splash by launching several different prohormone and supplement transdermal gels on the market.  When they first […]

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OxyElite PRO (OEP) Liver Damage – The Victims

Posted on October 5th, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff A victimology report out of Hawaii shows the severity of the liver damage caused by USP Labs OxyElite Pro.  Including 2 liver transplants, and one death. It has been nearly a year since several reports of liver damage in Hawaii as a result of supplementing with USP Labs OxyElite Pro (OEP).  Up […]

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Astaxanthin Boosts Testosterone 38%

Posted on August 25th, 2014 by Degraff

MyoTosterone a 38% Testosterone Increase – Legit?  Or not? Testosterone boosters are typically sold as a culmination of a bunch of herbs that have shown promise in rats, particularly for increasing their mating behavior. In general this has translated very poorly to human males. That is why supplement studies, from American entities (or other scientifically […]

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Tongkat Ali for PCT? – OTC Test Booster

Posted on July 31st, 2014 by Degraff

LJ100 or Physta(R) in Regular Weight Lifters Physta is a proprietary extract of Eurycoma Longifolia roots.  It is one of the few standardized extracts said to contain the bioactive components, which are important to vitality and testosterone production.  In the United States it’s often referred to as LJ100.  It is produced by a company called […]

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Fish Oil Label Claims – New Study from Purdue

Posted on July 23rd, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff Fish Oil Label Claims Just earlier this month I outlined a study by the FDA that analyzed several fish oil brands to determine the amount of trans fatty acids in each, as well as whether they met the Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) label claims.  That study found that label […]

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Does Your Fish Oil Meet Label Claims?

Posted on July 10th, 2014 by Degraff

by Travis DeGraff FISH OIL – It’s one of the most commonly used supplements in the United States today.  That is why the FDA set out to recently see how accurate the labeling claims on fish oil really are.  Their findings were just published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry [Ref 1]. The […]

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