Archive for February, 2009

How to Get Free Fish Oil Capsules

Friday, February 27th, 2009

There are only two days left to qualify for the free giveaway of a month’s supply of recoup|90 fish oil!

Find the original contest post at the Project Swole free fish oil giveaway page.

Why would you even want to take fish oil?

Just read the following articles and you will be convinced:

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Acai Berry Frequently Asked Questions

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

Acai Berry FAQ

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I receive so many inquiries about acai and colon cleaners each day, it is very hard to answer all the questions individually, but I do want to help everyone.

At this time I wanted to document, research, and answer as many frequently asked questions as I could find about acai berries and colon cleansers.

Please submit any questions not answered here with the Project Swole contact form.

Acai Berry

Navigating the Acai Berry FAQ

General Acai Information

Benefits of Acai Berries

Acai and Weight Loss

Contact Acai Retailers

Ordering Acai

General Colon Cleanse Info

Ordering Colon Cleanse

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Bromalite Review

Monday, February 23rd, 2009
Bromalite Probiotics
Get a Free Trial

Many of you have been asking about my free trial review of Bromalite, so here it is.

First, re-read my post about receiving a free trial of Bromalite the All Natural Digestive Supplement. This post will tell you what is in Bromalite, how to take it, why you might want to take it, and why the product interests me in the first place.

The manufacturers of Bromalite sent me a bottle in the mail for free, and asked if I would do a product review. I’m not going to be biased either way, for or against this product. Here is my honest review.

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Sudafed with Pseudoephedrine

Friday, February 20th, 2009

Finally I am starting to feel just slightly better after battling illness for well over a week. This is still just a short nonsense blog post, but I finally feel comfortable writing material again.

I did end up having to go to the doctor, who ended up prescribing me antibiotics. But I also wanted to mention that I picked up some generic Sudafed with Pseudoephedrine, and that really helped a lot with trying to deal with my stuffy sinus infection.

Don’t get the Pseudoephedrine-free version though, as I hear it doesn’t help that much. Instead, ask for the real deal at the pharmacy window. Most stores no longer stock the high Pseudoephedrine based Sudafed in the isles, instead they have it protected in the back room where the pharmacists are.

That is all I have to say for now, as I am exhausted and must get to bed.

A Totally Boring Blog Post

Monday, February 16th, 2009

I’m am still on my death bed, and my computer was down for 2 days, so I haven’t had time to write any good content for you guys. I will post something useful very soon though, even if I’m still sick.

I only have a few things to report:

  1. I upgraded my PC from 512 kb RAM to 4 gb RAM. Now it is faster, and I am psyched.
  2. I upgraded my USB wireless adapter to a D-Link DWA-552 PCI wireless adapter (i.e. the network card is IN the computer). Now my Internet connection doesn’t dump out every half hour, and I am psyched.
  3. I upgraded my Linksys G-series wireless router to a Netgear N-series wireless router. I don’t know as anything has improved from that upgrade yet, so I’m bummed that I spent the 100 bones on it.
  4. Fitwire
    FitWire

    My first new project is almost complete. I call it FitWire and here is the latest draft of the logo. I can’t say anything else about it yet.

  5. My second guest post with Diets In Review has come and gone. I don’t think it was a super great post, but hopefully someone will benefit from it. You can find that post at How to Train Legs part 2.
  6. I have seen the new Friday the 13th movie and it is good, but now I am exhausted because I went to the 9:30 showing.

So, that’s it. I’m sick in the lungs and sinuses. Trying to rest and medicate, but it’s not working. Soon I’m sure I will go to the docs.

I have many great posts coming up shortly, so please don’t give up on me yet.

How to Treat a Sinus Infection and Bronchitis

Friday, February 13th, 2009
Sick Man

Kids make me sick.

No, I don’t hate kids. They don’t disgust me. They just give me germs.

The reason I haven’t posted anything all week, is because I’ve been fighting a sinus infection and what we think might be bronchitis. The bronchitis seems to be getting better, but the sinus infection makes me feel like my head is going to blow up.

If you have a sinus infection, instead of getting on antibiotics, this is what you can do:

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A Guest Post on Diets in Review

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Look, now I’m turning up in other places online!

Somehow dietsinreview.com gave me an opportunity to write a guest post. You can find it at How to Train Legs part 1.

I had originally written a 1500 word article for this, but ended up having to shorten it to 2, 500 word pieces. Now I know what it feels like when a Hollywood director is forced to cut 20 minutes off of his movie to be able to get his R rated movie down to a PG-13 rating.

Thanks to Diets in Review for giving me my first chance to write a unique guest post on a high profile website.

I also published a guest post from Heather Ashare of Diets in Review fame. You can find that post at Yoga for Men. Thanks Heather!

21 Foods to Mix With Protein Powder

Sunday, February 8th, 2009

Need protein powder?

Shakeology

Check out Shakeology – it’s not just your average protein shake!

  • Whole-food ingredients curbs cravings and burn stored fat
  • Over 20 phytonutrients and antioxidants
  • Reduces risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke
  • Probiotics to assist digestion and nutrient absorption
  • Tastes awesome mixed with plain cold water!!

Click here to order or learn more about Shakeology.

If you are looking for a pure protein powder, check out Optimum Nutrition. Optimum Nutrition protein powder comes in about 20 different flavors, and is available in 1 lb, 2 lb, 5 lb, and 10 lb containers.

Click here to order or learn more about Optimum Nutrition.

Protein Smoothie
Protein Smoothie

Athletes always need more protein. If you aren’t sure how much you need, read about how much protein you should eat. Or maybe you would rather skip straight to protein shake recipes. If not, read on…

Optimum Nutrition

The problem with most protein powders is that they taste like cardboard. I found a company called Optimum Nutrition that puts out some great inexpensive protein powder. I haven’t really bought anything else in several years now. Optimum Nutrition protein powder tastes pretty good, but we can still realize a ton of benefits by learning to mix it with some of the other healthiest foods.

In my 13 years experience whipping up protein concoctions I have retained a couple favorite combinations. Get some protein, get some groceries, and enjoy.

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Yoga for Men

Saturday, February 7th, 2009
Heather Ashare

Heather Ashare has been a dedicated practitioner and instructor of Ashtanga yoga for several years. As the yoga expert at DietsInReview.com, she shares simple and effective ways to make yoga a part of your life for greater fitness and wellness. DietsInReview.com also provides healthy recipes, weight loss tools, nutrition and health guidance in the Diet Blog and reviews of nearly 700 diet plans.

Yoga for Men

When it comes to yoga, most men who spend their time weight-lifting at the gym shake their head and brush this five-thousand year-old tradition off as a woman’s or elderly form of physical activity. They equate yoga with soft-flowing movements, dimly-lit rooms, burning incense and maybe a few chanted “Oms.”

In reality, yoga can be a great resource for strength training, flexibility, and injury prevention, for both men and women.

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Several Studies Say Fish Oil an Important Dietary Supplement for Diabetics

Thursday, February 5th, 2009
Atlantic Cod
Atlantic Cod

Read on to discover why supplementing with fish oil is important for you, but even more so if you are diabetic.

Why You Want To Supplement with Fish Oil

Simply stated, Omega-3 consumption is directly linked to the reduction of triglycerides and therefore a decrease in risk for developing coronary heart disease.

Being that diabetics have an increased risk of heart disease from elevated levels of triglycerides, this is most important for those individuals, but is still important for the rest of us. Fortunately I am not diabetic yet, although I am annoyingly insulin resistant. Hopefully I will never develop type II diabetes.

::knocks on wood::

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