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Bronx Medium Knee Wrap
Anybody squatting and leg-pressing regularly in the gym knows knees can get sore.
You may feel a little more support and stability can help you train a bit harder or a little longer.
This wrap is made to support the knee and provide reinforcement for repetitive medium resistance workouts.
Elasticised and made for comfort.
One size fits all.
ORGANIC PEPITAS RAW
Organic pepitas come from the inside of the pumpkin seed. Small and green in colour, they have a mild nutty flavour and are a good nutritious snack. Pumpkin seeds are high in protein, along with some valuable minerals such as magnesium, manganese, copper and iron. Like most seeds and nuts, they contain predominantly polyunsaturated fat and being a plant food contain no cholesterol.
How To Use
Add pepitas into your baking, sprinkle on your favourite soup, salad, muesli or breakfast cereal for a delicious, nutritious snack!
Serving Size: 25g
Av per 100g
Energy (kj): 2265
Protein (g): 24.5
Carbohydrate (g): 17.8
Sugars (g): 1
Fat Total (g): 45.8
Fat Saturated (g): 8.7
Sodium (mg): 18
Fibre (g): 3.9
PEACH SKIN FIRMING CREAM
PEACH skin firming cream:
> Helps to tone the skin and minimize bumps, dimples and bulging of upper skin layers.
> Moisturizes the skin and helps retain the skins natural moisture balance.
> Helps improve the visable texture of skin.
Apply small amount initially to determine your tolerance to legs, thighs and buttock until cream is completely rubbed in.
PEACH is activated by heat. Users should therefore be careful when body temperature increases and/or when showering. Use morning and night after shower or prior to workout if you can handle the heat. Avoid sensitive areas and WASH HANDS IMMEDIATELY AFTER USE.
Always read full label instructions prior to use
OXYWHEY LEAN PROTEIN
OxyWhey is a delicious 100% lean whey protein powder comprising of the best quality sources of protein. With virtually no carbs, sugars, cholesterol or lactose, OxyWhey’s formula is designed to promote lean muscle growth and help achieve a healthy daily protein intake.
OxyWhey is the ideal post workout protein shake, a delicious addition to breakfast, an extra dose of protein after dinner or a nutritious snack between meals.
OxyWhey provides 24 grams of lean protein per serving, comprising majority Whey Protein Isolate, for optimal protein per serving.
The addition of Whey Protein Concentrate and Micellar Casein helps to maximize the rate of protein absorption required to support immediate protein and amino acid requirements for muscle recovery, and also ensure that there are enough free form amino acids in the body for lean muscle growth and repair.
IS OXYWHEY GLUTEN AND LACTOSE FREE?
OxyWhey is gluten free. Although OxyWhey is extremely low in lactose, there are still trace quantities of lactose present in OxyWhey and if you have lactose allergies, you should test your tolerance levels prior to consistently consuming OxyWhey.
Consume twice daily or as your dietary needs require - Mix 1 scoop of OxyWhey with 6-8 ounces (177 ml - 295 ml) of water or nonfat milk.
We recommend consuming OxyWhey in the morning with your breakfast and also as a post workout protein shake (within 20 minutes after your workout to ensure you maximise your muscle recovery and lean muscle development).
COOKIES AND CREAM PROTEIN COOKIES
Craving cheesecake or cookies? Have both at the same time with these
absolutely delicious, fiber filled, and high protein Cookies & Cream Protein Cheesecake Cookies!
- 2 Large Eggs
- 3 Scoops OxyWhey Vanilla Ice Cream Protein Powder (BUY ABOVE)
- 6 Tablespoons (45g) Coconut Flour*
- 1/2 Cup (40g) Rolled Oats
- 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
- 2 Tablespoons Sweetener
- 4 Ounces (120g) Fat Free Cream Cheese
- 1 1/2 Servings (43.5g) Mini Cookies
1. Combine ingredients into a bowl aside from the mini cookies
2. Mix everything together until all clumps are gone
3. Shape your mix into balls and put balls onto baking sheet
4. Crush up mini cookies and push them into the balls while flattening them.
5. You can make them as flat or thick as you want, but ensure they are al lthe
same size so they bake evenly!
6. Bake on 375F (190C) for 10 - 15 minutes and enjoy!
Recipe thanks to the team at EHPlabs.com
NO BAKE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES
- 2 Scoops OxyWhey French Vanilla Protein Powder (BUY ABOVE)
- ½ Cup Quick Oats*
- ¼ Cup Sugar Free Chocolate Chips
- ½ Cup Natural Peanut Butter, Warmed
- ¼ Cup Water mixed with 2-3 drops Liquid Stevia *
1. In a bowl add the OxyWhey French Vanilla protein powder, oats and chocolate chips.
Mix to combine.
2. Add the peanut butter and water+Stevia mixture. Mix well until combined.
3. Scoop the dough into balls using a small ice cream scoop and place them on a sheet
pan lined with parchment paper.
4. Refrigerate for 30 minutes then serve.
5. Keep refrigerated in an airtight container for 1 week.
Recipe thanks to the team at EHPlabs.com
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When it comes to nutrition, it all starts here with Animal Pak. It's your nutritional foundation. It's your nutritional insurance. Start with the Pak as your basic starter supplement and add the other Animal products around it.
Since August 8, 1983, Animal Pak has been helping competitive bodybuilders get the most out of their freakish training routines by providing all the nutrition they need, plus some they didn't know they needed. For 25 straight years, people like you have made Animal Pak the #1 selling training "pack" in the world. In fact, more competitive bodybuilders have cut their teeth on the Animal Pak than any other bodybuilding supplement in history. Why? Simple. Animal Pak gets the job done. It works. First time. Every time. Animal Pak has stood the test of time.
See, nature, in all her ingenuity, has designed the human body as the ultimate training machine. Since the dawn of mankind, our bodies have changed very little. And when it comes to growing our muscles in a freakish way, we still need the right combination and mega-doses of essential amino acids, carbs, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Only Animal Pak has everything you need.
OK, so you think your regular multi is going to cut it? Get real, Jack. You want massive size and mega-strength and only Animal Pak can deliver. Each Animal Pak starts with mega-doses of necessary vitamins and minerals. Yeah, vitamins and minerals. Vitamins (organic) and minerals (inorganic) are pharmacological agents and catalysts. They can exert significant ergogenic/anabolic benefits and function as the spark plugs for activating all the necessary chemical reactions which make training and building muscle possible.
If you're training or dieting hard for a contest, the first thing that happens when you don't take the Animal Pak is that nutritional gaps begin to form. Why should you care? Because over time, these deficiencies continue to grow. Eventually, your body will stop functioning at its optimum level. In other words, you hit the wall, your development reaches a plateau. In fact, even if only one key nutrient is missing from your diet, your body could shut down the anabolic drive needed to build muscle so that it can support more critical metabolic processes. When this happens, you stop growing.
Research has proven that strength athletes such as bodybuilders and powerlifters, due to the intensity and frequency of their training programs, have higher nutritional requirements than regular athletes. Studies have shown that these unique needs are greatly increased for bodybuilders who regularly compete and need to diet down. During calorie-restricted diets (diets which tend to be repetitive and monotonous, e.g., rice and chicken), the potential for nutritional deficiencies increase dramatically.
More alarming is the fact that championship-caliber bodybuilders, even when supplementing with a regular multivitamin, were still experiencing significant nutritional deficiencies. A basic multivitamin supplement won't be enough. Competitive bodybuilders know that a superior multivitamin is the first line of defense. This fact is confirmed by studies which have revealed that 100% of Olympic weightlifters and over 90% of competitive male and female bodybuilders use a vitamin/mineral supplement like Animal Pak.
These nutritional gaps not only affect your performance and size, but they begin to impact the way your other supplements work. For many of today's supplements to work efficiently, your body needs to be running on all cylinders. Nutritional gaps mean that your supplements may be rendered ineffective. For example, many supplements (e.g., prohormones) rely on enzymes and other substances in your body to "activate" them. Poor nutrition means poor conversion and activation of expensive supplements. Animal Pak is your insurance policy to prevent this from happening.
One other reason to take Animal Pak daily: drug-induced nutrient depletion. Pharmaceutical drug use can lead to vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Relying on "science” or “gear” to get you huge can obviously exacerbate this problem. Even common pharmaceuticals and OTC's such as aspirin, ibuprofen, antidepressants, and cholesterol-lowering drugs can deplete your body of folic acid, iron, potassium, and important vitamins. If you use drugs of any kind, this is another reason to supplement with Animal Pak.
With Animal Pak, you get plenty of everything you need. And a few extras. Animal Pak features performance optimizers such as pyridoxine alpha-ketoglutarate (PAK), carnitine, lipotropics, L-arginine, alpha lipoic acid, eleuthero, and the like. In every pack, you get a vast arsenal of over 60 key ingredients that are delivered in the right amounts at the right time, every time. Each of the 11 tablets included in each pak has been specifically formulated to deliver the goods.
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• All competitive strength & power athletes
• High-intensity training
• Athletes who use supplements
• Athletes who want maximum performance
1 pack per day during the off-season for maintenance, 2 packs during a pre-contest diet or when training is unusually intense.
As the "foundational" supplement, Animal Pak should be a part of every bodybuilder's regimen. Every Animal supplement has been designed to work together, creating a unique, powerful, and comprehensive nutritional system. Animal Pak is your starting point.
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Multi formulated for women
Herbs of Gold Women's Multi contains a comprehensive blend of vitamins, minerals and herbs to help women perform at their peak.
The B group vitamins help maintain nervous system health via their involvement in the production of hormones and neurotransmitters. B complex vitamins are water soluble, meaning the body cannot store large amounts. Regular daily intake is required to support general health.
Women's Multi contains Spirulina, a nutritious green fresh water algae, which contains naturally occurring minerals, amino acids, betacarotene and essential fatty acids.
Women's Multi contains antioxidant herbs Silybum marianum and Ginkgo biloba for protection against free radicals. Grape seed extract is also included, it contains the plant flavonoids, oligomeric procyanidins (OPCs), which act as antioxidants and may assist in maintaining healthy blood vessels and capillaries in heathy individuals.
Women's Multi contains a spectrum of nutritional antioxidants including Betacarotene, citrus bioflavonoids, selenium, zinc, copper and vitamins C, E and B2.
Women's Multi has been specifically designed for women and contains the female supportive herbs Chaste tree and Dong quai.
Women's Multi contains iodine which supports thyroid health and a healthy metabolism.
Women's Multi provides 5mg of iron. Iron is essential for oxygen transport and for energy production. Iron in combination with vitamins B6, B12, folic acid is important for the formation and maintenance of normal healthy blood cells. Folic acid, vitamin B6, 12 and iron also assist in supporting normal mental process and balanced mood.
Women's Multi contains Betacarotene which is converted to vitamin A in the body and assists in maintaining healthy reproduction and vision.
Women's Multi contains chromium which is important for the maintenance of normal healthy sugar metabolism in healthy individuals. Physical activity and a diet high in refined sugars can increase chromium requirements.
Women's Multi contains nutrients required for the production of energy from food. Iron and the B vitamins 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 12, folic acid and biotin play important roles in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
Women's Multi contains vitamin C, D, Betacarotene, zinc, iron and selenium to support the health of the immune system.
Vitamins E, B6, B12 and folic acid are included in Women's Multi to assist in the maintenance of a healthy cardiovascular system.
Vitamin D3 promotes the absorption of calcium and assists in building healthy bones and teeth and maintaining muscle strength.
Women's Multi contains nutrients for maintaining healthy skin and assist in the process of skin healing and repair including zinc, vitamin C, D, E, Betacarotene, silica and Grape seed. Silica is involved in the healthy development and functioning of connective tissues, especially skin.
Each tablet contains:
Carotenoids calculated as betacarotene (of Dunaliella salina) 3mg
Thiamine hydrochloride (B1) 25mg
Riboflavin (B2) 25mg
Calcium pantothenate 100mg
equiv. Pantothenic acid (B5) 91.6mg
Pyridoxine hydrochloride 50mg
equiv. Pyridoxine (B6) 41.1mg
Folic acid 300mcg
Cyanocobalamin (B12) 50mcg
Ascorbic acid (C) 100mg
equiv. vitamin D3 200IU
d-alpha-Tocopheryl acid succinate 82.6mg
equiv. natural vitamin E 100IU
Choline bitartrate 25mg
Citrus bioflavonoids extract 50mg
Calcium (as hydrogen phosphate anhydrous) 50mg
Calcium (as citrate) 15mg
Calcium (as pantothenate) 8.4mg
TOTAL ELEMENTAL CALCIUM 73.4mg
Chromium (as nicotinate) 50mcg
Copper (as gluconate) 500mcg
Iodine (as potassium iodide) 150mcg
Iron (as ferrous fumarate) 5mg
Magnesium (as amino acid chelate) 25mg
Manganese (as amino acid chelate) 1mg
Potassium (as iodide) 46mcg
Selenium (as selenomethionine) 50mcg
Silica (as colloidal anhydrous) 20mg
Zinc (as citrate dihydrate) 10mg
Arthrospira maxima (Spirulina) whole cell powder 200mg
herbal extracts equiv. to dry
Vitis vinifera (Grape) seed 12g
Silybum marianum (St. Mary’s thistle) fruit 1g
Ginkgo biloba (Ginkgo) leaf 500mg
Angelica polymorpha (Dong quai) root 200mg
Vitex agnus-castus (Chaste tree) fruit 25mg
Does not contain added egg, milk, peanut or tree nut products, gluten, lactose, artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives.
Adults and children over 12 years - Take 1 tablet daily with food, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
This product contains selenium which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150 micrograms, for adults, of selenium from dietary supplements should not be exceeded.
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
HELLO POWERHOUSE! YOU’RE HOLDING SOMETHING EXTRAORDINARY – SEA VEGETABLES!
These are vegetables picked fresh for you from
The Whole Foodies’ underwater garden.
These seaweeds contain virtually all of the minerals found in the ocean! Impressive right?
So how do The Whole Foodies harvest these underwater plants?
Travelling by kayak and snorkel, they explore the waters, gathering the seaweeds by hand.
Open a packet for a unique, tasty, flavoursome addition to soups, salads, stir-fries and more!
These sea vegetables are completely natural seaweedy nutrients at their best.
That’s it. The Whole Foodies – Whole. Real. Real.*
*Extra emphasis on the Real.
Seaweed Papulosa (Blue Red), Agar Agar, Seaweed Stems, Seaweed Fusiforme (Hiziki), Seastring (Verrucosa), Gufuweed, Kelp, Montiagne, Salt.
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2.2 litre capacity
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