Posts Tagged ‘vitamins’

Experience the Flow of New Energy in your Body

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016


Healthy NutsAre you feeling stressed mentally after day’s work at your work place? Do you require any health product for boosting up the energy level in your body? There are numerous companies in the market which has come up with capsules and syrups that can assist you in maintaining the balance of vitamins & minerals in your body. Le-Vel Brand has been created with the aim of providing healthy lifestyle by premium edge products for both men and women. This vision has come up with THRIVE which offers nutritional and rich multi-vitamin supplements, for shaping a long & hearty lifestyle.

About the Brand:

Le-Vel Brand has been rigorously working upon creating healthy products such as weight loss & gain capsules, shakes etc. where it has marked its name in the market. There are a lot of users of this brand and yes, the numbers of consumers has been seemed to be on an increasing pane positively.

Making it work right for every age man and woman, the company currently offers the following products:

  • Thrive M
  • Thrive W
  • Thrive Lifestyle Mix
  • Thrive Lifestyle DFT

This brand has been consecutively categorized via its quality and true passion for the better living of men as well as women by offering various products.

B Vitamins Enhance Muscle Building

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

Take Your B’s to Build Huge Bis

Few people know the 8 B vitamins by name, but were you aware that they all contribute to the body’s ability to build muscle? They are often referred to as the vitamins that provide immune support and while this is helpful when training hard which can place a stress on the immune system, their role extends far beyond this.

Each plays a role in the metabolism, which is the processing of the foods we eat to ensure the release of energy needed to power muscle function, but also helps to support the nervous system to make co-ordinated movement possible. Here we take a look at each in turn, considering their importance and where they can be sourced from the diet, as well as how else you might be able to top up your intake of these essential nutrients.

Vitamin B1Vitamin B1

Also known as thiamine, this vitamin is needed for the production of ATP, the substance which the body uses for energy release to enable muscle contraction to occur during weight training. It’s therefore no surprise that tiredness can be a sign that you aren’t getting enough of this micronutrient, which can interfere with the effort you are able to put into training.

Thiamine also controls the movement of electrolytes across cell membranes, which is needed for the nerves and the muscles that they control to function. The richest sources of this B vitamin are meats, brewer’s yeast, whole grains or cereals that have been fortified with b vitamins; in many countries it is mandatory that refined flour and white rice have thiamine added to them, as the processing removes the majority of this vitamin.