Most of us know about vitamin C as a defence for colds and flu, but it’s much more than that. The science behind this important antioxidant shows that it’s vital for many processes in our bodies and maintaining good health.
Are you ready to make health and wellness a top priority in your life in 2018? Are you already making great strides in fitness and ready to take the next step in implementing natural supplements and products into your home and wellness routine? If the answer is YES, keep reading…
Here at CoActive we are a big believer in pre workout nutrition (nutrition around workouts) as workouts offer a great opportunity to get nutrients into the body through enhanced insulin sensitivity (Muscles open themselves up for re-fueling). Possibly the most beneficial supplement you can take around training is a quality amino acid complex.
Here at CoActive Health we are big believers in the benefits of magnesium supplementation. Magnesium is one of the most important minerals for optimal health and performance, here are some of the reasons why:
We’ve already outlined the importance of Vitamin D in a previous article: Everything you need to know about vitamin D. However, we thought it important that we play closer attention to the lesser known vitamin K as we are starting to discover that it is equally important.
Before we delve into the foundation supplements that we recommend here at Coactive Health, it is important we address quality. Todays market is flooded with supplements promising the world but in reality delivering very little.
Firstly it must be stated that supplements are by definition a supplement to a healthy diet and lifestyle, not a replacement for it. People get fat and tired because they don’t exercise, don’t sleep, expose themselves to toxins, have too much stress and eat poorly.
Here at CoActive we are a huge fan of workout supplementation, hence we have an area of the gym specifically dedicated to it. In order for you to understand more about what we offer and why, over the next few weeks we are going to provide a brief guide to our main ‘Peri Workout’ Supplements.