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Once you know you have solid ingredients in the proper form, the next major concern is dosing. We know supplements must reach certain levels in the body to be effective, which is why dosing is so critical.

Again, I'll use creatine as an example. Creatine needs to reach certain levels in the muscle to be effective. We know the dosing required to get to that level. If the correct dose of creatine is not provided, the muscles will never reach effective levels and you won't LUCY CHOI London Ankle boots really sale online sale low shipping fee cheap sale footaction free shipping very cheap dFajIdH
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Simply put, a little bit of creatine won't provide a little bit of results. You must follow proper dosing.

Dosing is so essential that you should avoid proprietary blends and concentrates. These formulations do not list the exact amount of the ingredients on the label, and proper dosing means knowing how much of each ingredient is in each serving.

4. Synergy

Once you know you have the ingredients, the form, and the proper dose, the next pillar to think about is synergy. Synergy refers to the way ingredients work together to provide additional benefits beyond what each ingredient can provide on its own.

Some ingredients can enhance the effects of the primary ingredient, while others can undermine it. Synergy is when the ingredients of a supplement all work together to help you achieve a specific result.

Be aware of how different ingredients interact with each other and do your research. It's not uncommon in the supplement industry to see formulations where the manufacturers are actually undermining the effectiveness of one ingredient by adding another, which is why synergy is so important.

5. Timing

You have great ingredients in the correct form with proper dosing and the synergy all makes sense. Now it's time to think about the fifth pillar: timing.

In supplementation, timing is essential for results. I'm a huge believer in pre- and post-workout nutrition and supplementation. Getting certain ingredients, in their proper form and dose, into your system before, during, and after your workout will provide far better results than if you took those same ingredients at another time in the day. We have research to support this, as well as years of anecdotal support from serious lifters.

The bottom line is this: Supplementation only works when you take all five of these pillars into consideration. The proper ingredients, in their ideal form and correct dose, must work synergistically and be taken at the optimal time if you want to get the most out of your supplements.

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Photographers who are quadriplegic or legally blind are taking amazing images using ingenious hacks and other senses.

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Tara Miller sees the world through the diameter of a straw, but that doesn't stop her from capturing the exact moment when a new bride throws her bouquet into the wedding crowd.

Miller is a legally blind commercial photographer in Winnipeg, Manitoba. You might think photography relies on seeing the moment, but Miller uses hearing and instinct. If shooting baseball, "I hear the contact of the ball on the bat," she says. "I have my camera facing the same way and everything is set perfectly, I know I have that shot."

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Born with congenital rubella syndrome, Miller became a keen photographer during her teenage years even as her vision was deteriorating from glaucoma. Later, she had a corneal edema and macular degeneration and in summer 2017, Fuchs syndrome clouded over the remaining 3 percent vision in her left eye.

Miller is not alone in using nontraditional methods to capture her shots. Other professional photographers and videographers lack use of their hands, forcing them to rely on their other senses and develop new ways to use a camera. Some methods are homegrown, but camera makers are also responding with customizations to suit their needs.

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To know when her camera is ready for a shot, Miller feels the vibration of the lens when it focuses, whether that's on the sports field or in the kitchen shooting a celebrity chef. Once she has her photos, Miller brings them into Adobe Lightroom to make her edits, zooming in to 300 percent, then using her remaining vision to make sure everything is sharp.

Miller likens her process to working with film where, unlike with a digital camera, you don't know if you have the shot until the photo is developed. She knows what the images should look like in her head, but has to wait for them to be "developed" before she can actually tell. "I used to get jealous because [sighted photographers] could look at what they had on their screen and shoot again," she says. "Being sighted or not sighted, you're still going to have that chance of not getting it."

More often than not, Miller gets the shot. She won the Canadian National Institute for the Blind's Eye Remember photography competition with her image "Fortuitous Twilight" in 2011. The contest was open to both blind and non-blind entrants, and Miller was the only visually impaired finalist. The judges didn't know she was blind until after awarding her the prize.

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What are Omega 3 Fatty Acids?

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Omega 3 fatty acids are one of the polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA’s) required by the body for maintaining a normal metabolism. The term “polyunsaturated” signifies that this fatty acid contains more than one cis double bond in its molecular structure. The “three” in the nomenclature comes from the fact that the first double bond in this fatty acid is located on the third carbon atom from the end of the organic carbon chain forming the molecule.

The double bond is a double edged sword to the function of these fatty acids. On one hand, it makes the entire fatty acid structure more fluid and adaptable. On the other hand, the double bond also decreases* the molecule’s overall resilience, allowing most of them to get easily oxidized.

The prototype Omega3 (also written as w-3 or n-3) fatty acid molecule contains two ends. The carboxylic acid end containing the -COOH is referred to as the “alpha” end. The methyl (-CH3) tail end forms the “Omega” end that lends its name to the fatty acid itself.

There are three different types of these fatty acids that are required by the human body, namely alpha-linolenic acid, eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid. The consumption of each one of these is essential for a healthy, disease free lifestyle. Let’s look at these in detail.

Alpha Linolenic Acid, commonly abbreviated as ALA, is an 18 carbon long carboxylic acid with three cis double bonds throughout the chain. The scientific name of this essential Omega 3 fatty acid is all-cis-9,12,15-octadectrenoic acid. It is an isomer (compound with same molecular content but the different structural arrangement of the atoms) of Gamma-Linolenic Acid, an Omega-6 fatty acid .

First isolated by Roulette in the early 1900’s, this compound is known to play an important role in metabolism. It cannot be produced endogenously in the body itself because of the absence of essential enzymes that catalyze the conversion of stearic acid to ALA, unlike the other two essential Omega-3 acids. ALA must be obtained from one’s diet.

The metabolic role of ALA in the body can be broken down into two major categories. The major role of dietary ALA is its use in the human body as an energy source, with as much as 85% of the consumed ALA being used strictly for providing energy to cells and different processes. The second role of ALA is its use as a building block for the endogenous formation of the other two n-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid, and docosahexaenoic acid. It is important to note that an ample dietary consumption of the two longer Omega3 fatty acids is essential because their synthesis in the body from ALA holds a very low efficacy.

Alpha-Linolenic Acid is an unstable compound prone to spontaneous oxidation. Its oxidative instability and tendency to quickly go rancid is one of the reasons ALA in commercially produced oils is partially hydrogenated to prolong its shelf life. However, the hydrogenation converts part of the Omega 3 into unhealthy Trans fat, which consumers are increasingly avoiding. A ban on the presence of Trans fats in certain commercially produced ALA sources such as soybean oil has spurred the production of a soybean variant that contains ALA less susceptible to oxidation.

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