"Dont trust advice from health food retailers."
Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 27, 2014
Dr. Stephen Barrett, founder of the Quackwatch.com medical website and cofounder of the National Council Against Health Fraud, says, "Don't trust advice from health food retailers.
Remember that the vast majority of people who work at health-food stores have no formal training in nutrition or health care and are not qualified to give advice about health matters. If you have a health problem, see a qualified physician. For advice about your diet, a registered dietitian is usually the best choice."
According to Jeff Cavaliere, MSPT, CSCS, "The trusted advice you think you're getting from your supplement store rep might not always be as unbiased and helpful as you may have thought. The truth is that often times, there are incentives for your supplement store salesman to make a sale of a particular product."
Max Muscle South Metro is working hard to change the supplement store experience by hiring only the most qualified employees it can find. According to Bryan Cash, CEO of Max Muscle South Metro, "We only hire people who are at the top of their game. PHD's in sports medicine, fitness competitors, nutritionists and documented dietitians who can deliver the best possible advice to our clients. We used to hire anyone and now our requirements have changed so we can deliver the best possible quality to our users."
Max Muscle is consistently trying to deliver the markets best products as well. MaxxTOR™ is a truly revolutionary and innovative new product from Max Muscle Sports Nutrition that contains the key patented ingredient proven to significantly increase muscle protein synthesis, muscle size, strength and power while at the same time decrease body fat.
MaxxTOR™ is driven by Mediator® Phosphatidic Acid (PA), one of the most powerful molecular activators of the mammalian target of rapamysin (mTOR) signaling pathway. The protein enzyme kinase mTOR is the master regulator of the signaling network that controls skeletal muscle growth (muscular hypertrophy). Research studies have shown that an elevation in PA activates mTOR signaling that is induced by mechanical muscle activation (e.g., weightlifting). The proposed mechanism is that PA binds and activates signaling pathways controlling protein synthesis involving phosphorylation of the target enzymes Akt/mTOR (rapamycin), a protein kinase and the sequential stimulation of p70 ribosomal S6 kinase (p70 S6K) through enhanced translation of specific mRNAs. The Akt/mTOR pathway in muscle is upregulated during the hypertrophy (increase in muscle size) phase.
A recent double-blind research study conducted by Dr. Jacob Wilson and his research team at The University of Tampa using Mediator® Phosphatidic Acid with resistance training produced the following dramatic results:
Subjects gained 5.3 lbs. of lean muscle mass and produced a 200% increase in lean muscle mass than subjects who worked out intensely alone!*
Subjects lost 2.9 lbs. of fat mass and allowed subjects to lose 260% more fat mass than subjects who worked out intensely alone!*
Subjects gained 47% in bench press strength!*
Subjects gained 68% more cross sectional area in their rectus femoris (large quadriceps muscles) vs. placebo subjects*
The MaxxTOR™ formula developed by the Research & Development Team at Max Muscle Sports Nutrition has combined Mediator® Phosphatidic Acid with other key synergistic ingredients including L-Leucine, Beta-Hydroxy-Beta-Methylbutyrate (HMB) and Vitamin D3 to deliver the most powerful mTOR Signaling Activator ever developed.
Max Muscles motto is, "Driven by science and defined by quality." Bryan also said, "Not only do we deliver the highest quality education on nutrition and supplementation, our products are known to be of the highest quality and integrity, and we are proud of that."