Magnesium is an essential mineral involved in many enzymatic reactions (Kim, Xun, Liu, Loria, Yokota, Jacobs, He, 2010). It is vital to muscle contraction and relaxation, cardiac activity and bone metabolism. New research informs us that Western diets are commonly low in magnesium, while oriental diets contain approximately twice the amount (Kim, Xun, Liu, Loria,...Read more
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Prostate specific antigen (PSA) is a protein produced in the prostate. High serum levels of PSA are associated with prostate cancer as well as inflammation (Roddam, Duffy, Hamdy, Ward, Patnick, Price, Rimmer, Sturgeon, White & Allen, 2005). Chronic inflammation within the prostate gland can promote carcinogenesis (MacLennan, Eisenberg, Fleshman, Taylor, Fu, Resnick, Gupta, 2006). For this...Read more
Every athlete seeks to develop a set of strategies that will offer them an advantage over their competition. Tonights final between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will be no different, with each player utilising key strategies to gain an upper hand over their competitor. This being so, I decided to explore what forms of supplementation could lead to...Read more
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