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This scientifically formulated product is important when you feel a decline in your overall energy, muscle and stamina. You 'Work Hard, Play Hard' and want to rebound faster in your personal life performance. Be confident. Watch your diet. Eat great food. Then add resistance training as the foundation of dedicating yourself to being the best you can. You are worth it. What is important to you is important to High TŪ.
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Women just function differently than men. High TŪ Women is formulated to complement the unique chemistry of dedicated women who are looking for more energy, strength and stamina.
Daily walks, Pilate's classes, yoga or hiking in the wilderness can deplete valuable energy levels. If you are single, married, a mother, a grandmother, or a survivalist, rebuilding energy levels in your body is important. Good health and nutrition can play an important role and High TŪ Women can help women regardless of their role or position on planet earth. High TŪ Women is natural, proven and formulated for what matters when 'Pink is Hot'.
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As a dietary supplement, take 2 capsules daily with water. For best results, light exercise and a sensible diet are recommended. Use this product for no less than 8 weeks for maximum results.
Serving Size 2 Capsules Servings Per Container 30 Amount Per Serving % DV Zinc (as Zinc Amino Acid Chelate) 1.50 mg 10% Niacin B3 4.00 mg 20% Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCI) 8.00 mg 400% Vitamin E (as d-alpha Tocopheryl Succinate) 30.00 IU 100% Vitamin B12 (as Cyanacobalamin) 48.00 mcg 800% HighT® Proprietary Blend 900.00 mg ** ** Daily Value (DV) not established
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Cellulose, Titanium Dioxide, FD&C Blue #1, FD&C Red #40, FD&C Red #3, FD&C Yellow #6
Warning: Use only as directed. Do not take this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult a healthcare professional before use if you are allergic to any ingredients, have a serious medical condition, or use prescription medications. For adult use only.
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- Health Notes
Lose Weight-and Keep It Off-on a High-Protein DietLose Weight-and Keep It Off-on a High-Protein DietEvidence shows that high-protein, low-carb diets aren't just a fadResearchers found that women on a high-protein diet kept more weight off at the end of a year than women on a high-carb dietWeight-loss diets that push protein and restrict carbohydrates have become increasingly popular in the past decade, but do they work? This study says they can. Researchers found that women on a high-protein diet kept more weight off at the end of a year than women on a high-carb diet.
High protein = high rewards
In the never-ending quest to lose extra weight, ideas about the best way to diet come and go. Low-fat diets that emphasize carbohydrates (typically starches and grains) were the standard not long ago, but more recently there has been a shift to low-carb diets that emphasize protein. A number of studies have found that carbohydrate restriction can lead to more rapid weight loss than low-fat diets, but findings from other studies suggest that this difference evens out after one to two years.
The new study followed overweight women between ages 40 and 58 for a year after they finished a three-month weight-loss program:
either a high-protein diet, with 34% of calories from protein, 46% from carbohydrate, and 20% from fat,
or a high-carb diet, with 64% of calories from carbohydrate, 17% from protein, and 20% from fat.
At the end of the year, the women who managed to keep their protein portion up had more sustained weight loss: about 14 pounds (6.5 kg), compared with about 8 pounds (3.6 kg) for those eating the high-carb diet.
It is interesting to note that markers of heart health improved in women on both diets, including total cholesterol, LDL and HDL cholesterol, glucose, insulin, C-reactive protein, and homocysteine levels. These changes were associated with weight loss, but not with the protein content of their diet, suggesting that the road to weight loss might not be as important as the weight loss itself for keeping the heart healthy.
Try the following food sources and recipes for surefire ways to up the protein in your diet:
Fish-Basil Baked Cod Fillets, Salmon with Roasted Chile-Mango Sauce
Lean meat-Lime-Jalapeno Chicken, Thai Pork Tenderloin with Grilled Vegetables
Low-fat dairy-Banana Berry Nog, Chickpea Burgers & Tahini Sauce
(Am J Clin Nutr 2008;87:23-9)Maureen Williams, ND, received her bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. She has a private practice in Quechee, VT, and does extensive work with traditional herbal medicine in Guatemala and Honduras. Dr. Williams is a regular contributor to Healthnotes Newswire.
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