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All Caffeine is Not Created Equally

What is the deal with caffeine? Is it good for me, or is it bad for me? Isn’t it a natural derivative of some of the best natural ingredients in the world – tea leaves and green coffee beans? Studies claim both positive and negative health benefits and, like a lot of natural products – the benefits of New Zealand [...]

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The Correct Way to Lose Weight: Five Tips

Losing weight comes down to two key components: nutritional intake and metabolic activity. The old “diet and exercise” routine.But it’s not quite that simple. The nutritional intake component involves serious understanding of both the composition of the food we consume, and an understanding of our body’s ability to process that food and convert it to [...]

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Start the New Year With a Detox and Cleanse

What better time than the new year to talk about a detox and cleanse – cleanse your body, cleanse the air you breathe, cleanse your mind and your thoughts, cleanse your lifestyle. Sounds refreshing, invigoration, exciting! Each component is important to a whole person cleanse, but without cleansing the physical body, none of the others are truly possible. Cleansing your body is [...]

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Beetroot: The “Guilt Free Energy”

Do you remember seeing Olympic athletes with “cupping” marks on their skin at the 2016 Rio games? Its purpose was to loosen muscles, encourage blood flow and help with relaxation. It was the new “thing”, though the practice of cupping had been around for thousands of years. Also being used extensively in Rio was an all-natural energy source, again around for [...]

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Plant Vs. Animal Based BCAA's

What are “BCAAs”? Branch Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) are the "building blocks" of protein. Of these, nine are considered essential. And of the essential amino acids, three account for as much as 33% of muscle tissue – leucine, isoleucine, and valine. Remember those three. When we say a substance is “essential” for the body, it means that without it, you will die. [...]

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Supercharge Your Smoothie With PC-10 Microfine Chia

Chia seeds have become one of the most popular superfoods of all time. Originally cultivated in ancient Mayan regions now known as modern-day Mexico, the word “chia” meant “strength” in their language. Dense in nutrients, it was considered a “runner food” becauses runners and warriors alike would eat the seeds to provide strength for long runs and battles.[1]In addition to [...]

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How Much Protein Do I Need?

Looking for a way to improve your fitness regimen and achieve optimal health? Protein is an outstanding nutrient that can power your workouts while providing support for your immune system. But to realize the proper benefits, it is important to consume an appropriate amount daily.So how much protein do you need to maximize your workouts and reach your fitness goals? The [...]

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Thanksgiving: Healthy Eating and Healthy Living

Just because the holiday season has arrived, it doesn’t mean you have to throw out the hard work you have put into maintaining your health and increasing your lean muscle mass. Adding Nutrology’s nutritional supplements to your meals will make it easier to maintain portion control and continue with the healthy lifestyle you have created for you and your family [...]

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Back To Basics: Benefits of Grass-Fed Whey Protein

Grass-fed whey protein is a foundational building block to not only power your workouts, but to provide key immune-boosting and anti-aging properties for your body. Why are so many so bullish on grass-fed whey? Because of its all-natural nutrition and overall support for your body’s key functions.Do you want to build lean muscle, manage your weight, and enhance a [...]

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5 Reasons You Should Be Drinking Grass Grass-Fed Whey Protein

This is a reprint of Mitzi Dulan's article from Janurary 2015What is Grass-Fed? Until the 1940’s almost all cattle in the U.S ate grass. This all changed as the demand for beef and dairy products increased leading to a desire to improve the efficiency of beef and dairy production. Most cows are now fed a grain-based diet and treated [...]

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