Athletic Greens – If you could only take one supplement this would be it. Get up to 12 servings of fruits and vegetables in just one packet. In the UK? Click HERE .
BioOptimizers* – Crank your anabolic drive to new heights by improving your gut health and ability to absorb the protein you eat.
Omega 3’s – Reduce inflammation and decrease bodyfat.
BCAA – For those who train 1st thing in AM.
PuraThrive – Reduces inflammation, protects brain cells, and aids in support of healthy cardiovascular system.
Doc Parley’s Sleep Remedy – One of the best cures out there for insomnia.
Grass Fed Whey Protein – Most whey is low quality crap. This is the only one I recommend.
One variety of this veggie is the #1 vegetable source of vitamin D, which researchers have begun to find may play a role in muscle building. In a recent study published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise , researchers measured the leg and arm strength of 419 men and women and tested their vitamin D levels; they found that participants with higher levels of D were stronger. A separate analysis of 30 studies involving 5,615 people found that D supplementation was positively associated with muscle strength. The best mushroom to buy is maitake, . Hen of the Woods. One cup provides three times your daily allowance of D! Other varieties that are D-rich: Chanterelle, morel and shiitake.
On March 23, 1973, . Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA) administrator Frank Herringer testified before Congress: "A DOT program leading to the development of a short, one-half to one-second headway, high-capacity PRT (HCPRT) system will be initiated in fiscal year 1974."  However, this HCPRT program was diverted into a modest technology program. [ citation needed ] According to PRT supporter J. Edward Anderson , this was "because of heavy lobbying from interests fearful of becoming irrelevant if a genuine PRT program became visible." From that time forward people interested in HCPRT were unable to obtain UMTA research funding.