Manufactured energy drinks are high in glucose or processed sugar and most contain caffeine. Caffeine tolerance varies between individuals, but for most people a dose of over 200-300mg may produce some initial symptoms: restlessness, increase heartbeat, insomnia, and higher dosages can lead to increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, gastrointestinal disturbance…
Research findings from The Human Research Laboratory show an increase of 29% in performance using a Redox Signalling Molecule supplement The Laboratory, located at the Northern Carolina Research Campus and in conjunction with Appalachian State University, presented their findings at the 2013 Experimental Biology conference in Boston Massachusetts. The results?…
Cheaper food over the last 60 years has meant not just an increase in disposable income but a decrease in the quality and nutritional value of food leading to sickness and obesity ‘We are what we eat’ has long been a popular saying. Aside from external environmental factors it remains…
All health problems can be linked to damaged cells. It follows, therefore, if you give the cells what they need they will heal themselves. What are Redox Signalling Molecules? These are molecules that are present in every living cell and their functions are central to all life on the…
Are you aware food manufacturers spend a fortune on research to try to get you addicted to their offerings and so you crave, and buy, more?
There is a common belief that overweight and obese junk food eaters have brought it on themselves, that they only have themselves to blame for putting so much of it in their mouths.
In particular, how many drugs are we taking into our body when we drink municipal water?
According to recent research environmental pollution by pharmaceuticals is increasingly recognized as a major threat to aquatic ecosystems worldwide. A variety of pharmaceuticals enter waterways by way of treated wastewater effluents and remain biochemically active in aquatic systems.
A recent study  looked at the altered behaviour of perch when exposed to oxazepan, a tranquilizing drug used to treat anxiety and insomnia and alcohol withdrawal, at levels often found in surface water. They noted
The latest dramatic double blind, placebo, randomised science research update - as presented by Dr Nieman at ASEA's recent convention - where he shows that ASEA is improving endurance for animals and humans alike. He also praises ASEA the company for putting themselves on the line with the open…
Stress is a significant part of many people’s lives
We could also call it ‘worry’. If we’re worrying about the future, or reliving and fretting about the past, we cannot be living in the only time we have in which to live – NOW. If we’re living in the present we can for example, fully enjoy our meal, our home, nature, being with and listening to our companions or children etc. If we’re thinking about other things such as our work or problems when we are with others or eating a meal for example, then that’s where our energy is. If we are going to end stress, stop worrying and live life to the full we have to find a way to be fully present. We need to be the key character in our own lives. We need to be completely aware of everything we do.
So how can we stop the chatterbox of the mind that continually takes us away from present moment living?
While we are fully listening, or totally focused on an activity or project, we cannot be thinking. Here are a few exercises to get you started.
New Research Shows Link to Drinking ASEA and Likely Glycogen Sparing for Athletes
Study finds that after drinking ASEA for one week, athletes experienced shift in 43 metabolites
ASEA, LLC has announced the release of findings at the Experimental Biology 2012 Conference in San Diego of a new study from the Human Performance Laboratory showing increased power output and endurance among competitive athletes.
The study, released April 25, 2012, supervised by Dr. David C. Nieman, DrPH, FACSM at the Human Performance Laboratory, Appalachian State University, found that after drinking ASEA athletes experienced massive free-fatty acid mobilization in the blood PRIOR to exercise to a level normally found only after heavy exercise.
“These are very significant findings,” said Nieman. “Our research demonstrated that