General Nutrition & Health Information NUTRITION & HEALTH FOR THE AGING ATHLETE What you should know about Branched Chain Amino Acids— New !! K2 – Why you absolutely need it in your supplements —New !! Nutritional Adjuncts for the Fat Soluble Vitamins A-D & K — New !! Real World Fat Loss “T-Nation” 2019 : Erich Bach Top 20 Health Tips for 2016— New !! Nitric Oxide Dump Exercise (Best Exercise for Aging Athletes)-New !! How to plan Carbohydrate Consumption for an Athlete — New !! Do You Really Need To Eat 6 Meals A Day To Build Muscle? Pre Workout And Post Workout Meal Information Latest Information on Testosterone — New!! Muscle Building Food Eating To Build Muscle Mass How Much Protein To Consume On Non Workout Days How To Calculate Your Body Mass Diet and Nutrition Pre workout meal tip Is Protein All You Need To Build Muscle? How To Gain Lean Hard Body Mass A Must Have Post Workout Muscle Building Food 8 Foods That Grow BIG Time Muscle! Are You Eating Enough? One Day Mass Menu Bodybuilding for Real People: Part Two – Nutrition Nutrition Supplement Bars: Good or Bad for You? Amino Acids & Bodybuilding: Everything you Wanted to Know Glutamine … Harness the Power for Bodybuilders! The Carb Rules for Bodybuilders: Eleven Hints Ten Biggest Mistakes of a Bodybuilder’s Diet Ten Biggest Nutritional Mistakes of Bodybuilders DID YOU KNOW? • It is estimated that drug companies spend more than $57.5 billion a year marketing to physicians • During the past 50 years drug costs have skyrocketed at a rate five times inflation • Oral medications to treat type 2 diabetes do not alter the long-term development of the disease • It is estimated that 70% of patients with chronic daily headaches suffer from drug-induced headaches • Drugs like Paxil, Zoloft, and Prozac contribute to obesity , but weight gain is not listed as a common side effect of these drugs • Aspirin, ibuprofen, and other non-steroidal drugs used for arthritis lead to joint destruction • 5 billion prescriptions were filled last year in the United States • Almost half of all working Americans either have a serious chronic disease or are in poor health • According to the World Health Organization, the U.S. is 24th in terms of life expectancy Thanks to Michael T. Murray N.D.