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1.Cystoseira canariensis
Due to the high emotional stakes involved in both amateur and professional sports, pharmaceutical and supplement manufacturers continually seek to find products that might add a competitive edge. Findings from /tnp/testtubestudy 41087 doc test tube studies suggested that an extract of the brown seaweed Cystoseira canariensis might inhibit a subst...
Score: 99%
 
2.Sports and Fitness Support: Enhancing Performance
In the competitive world of sports, the smallest advantage can make an enormous difference in the outcome of a contest. A substance that improves an athlete's strength, speed, or endurance is called an ergogenic aid. The most effective ergogenic aids are both dangerous and illegal: stimulants, anabolic steroids, and human growth hormone. Numerous n...
Score: 97%
 
3.Methoxyisoflavone
/tnp/pg000696 21778 doc Isoflavones are naturally occurring, hormonally active substances found in /tnp/pg000672 21767 doc soy and other foods. Chemical modifications of isoflavones have been studied as possible alternative treatments for various conditions. One of these, /tnp/pg000690 21776 doc ipriflavone , was developed primarily for treating...
Score: 94%
 
4.Witch Hazel
The bark, leaves, and twigs of the witch hazel shrub were widely used as medicinal treatments by native peoples of North America. Witch hazel was applied topically as a treatment for such conditions as skin wounds, insect bites, hemorrhoids, muscle aches, and back stiffness, and it was taken internally for colds, coughs, and digestive problems. I...
Score: 94%
 
5.Seniors Health
Many seniors today are interested in natural medicine options. In this article, we discuss the issues of particular importance to this age group. Marginal nutritional deficiencies occur more often in older people than in most other age groups. For this reason, many seniors could benefit from enhancing nutrition. For information on this topic, see /...
Score: 92%
 
6.Ornithine Alpha-Ketoglutarate
Ornithine alpha-ketoglutarate (OKG) is manufactured from two amino acids, ornithine and glutamine. These amino acids are called conditionally essential. This means that ordinarily one does not need to consume them in food because the body can manufacture them from other nutrients. However, during periods of severe stress, such as recovery from m...
Score: 92%
 
7.Phosphatidylserine
Phosphatidylserine, or PS for short, is a member of a class of chemical compounds known as phospholipids. PS is an essential component in all our cells; specifically, it is a major component of the cell membrane. The cell membrane is a kind of "skin" that surrounds living cells. Besides keeping cells intact, this membrane performs vital functions s...
Score: 91%
 
8.Lobelia
The herb lobelia was originally used by Native Americans in the New England region. It was subsequently popularized by Samuel Thomson, the founder of an ideosyncratic form of medicine called Thomsonianism. The enduring popularity of lobelia is one of the legacies of this nineteenth century enthusiasm. ( /tnp/pg000656 doc 21756 Goldenseal is anoth...
Score: 90%
 
9.Pyruvate
Pyruvate supplies the body with pyruvic acid, a natural compound that plays important roles in the manufacture and use of energy. Pyruvate supplements have become popular with bodybuilders and other athletes, based on claims that pyruvate can reduce body fat and enhance the ability to use energy efficiently. However, at the present time, there is o...
Score: 89%
 
10.Devil's Claw
Devil's claw is a native of South Africa, so named because of its rather peculiar appearance. Its large tuberous roots are used medicinally, after being chopped up and dried in the sun for 3 days. Native South Africans used the herb to reduce pain and fever and stimulate digestion. European colonists brought devil's claw back home, where it became ...
Score: 88%
 

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