1.800.336.1977 Orders / Questions / Free Consultations
Buy $100.00 more for FREE shipping!

Healthy Eating

PROTEIN DEBATE: Which Protein Is Best?

A protein food strength or weakness is based on the quality and quantity of its essential amino acid profile for healthful growth effects.
read more

Monosodium Glutamate MSG, Glutamic Acid Glutamate, Glutamine Review

Glutamic Acid, or its ionic form, Glutamate, and Glutamine are under-rated "good" dietary amino acids found in most high protein foods.
read more
How Much Protein is Required for Endurance Exercise Thumb

How Much Protein?

The more prolonged or intense the exercise, the more protein the body cannibalizes for energy from the working muscles.
read more

Does a High Sodium Diet Inhibit Endurance Performance and Health?

Sodium makes up about 2.6% by weight of the Earth's crust making it the fourth most abundant element overall and the most abundant alkali metal.
read more

Cellular Growth Response to Pure and Impure Water

Plant Cells are like human cells. They both show a high degree of organization; a nuclear envelope forms a barrier between DNA-Genetic Material and the Cytoplasm of the cell.
read more

Dietary Fatty Acids

The outside membrane of all living cells is composed of a fatty acid film-like substance. Much of the inner life of the cell is determined by the quality of this membrane.
read more

Dietary Interventions for Increasing Strength

Ever wonder how, why, and where the flat stomach, thin thighs, and slim hips of your youth disappeared beneath a blanket of fat?
read more

Diet for Increasing Your Natural EPO

There is a distinct difference between unethical, harmful EPO-blood doping interventions and safe nutrition that effectively increases individual oxygen carrying capacity...
read more

Distilled Water Enhances Mineral Absorption

Absolutely, not...in fact just the opposite has been found to occur in cellular research studies.
read more

Dr. N.V. Perricone's Menu Plan

The Perricone nutritional program provides the foods that reduce inflammation and avoids those that provoke it. Study the lists of foods that are approved and those that need to be to be avoided.
read more

The Endurance Diet

Some foods transfer calories more efficiently producing more energy to meet the extraordinary demands imposed by extreme endurance exercise.
read more

Fish Oil's Benefits Defended

With Omega-3 fatty acid deficiency, the increased risk of inflammation, cardiovascular heart disease, atherosclerosis, high blood pressure, heart arrhythmias, stroke...
read more

Glutamine Benefits

The human body replenishes its glutamine needs from pre-glutamine amino acid substrates in the muscles and lungs.
read more

Hard Water Versus Health

read more

Menu Mistakes

A frequent question is "What diet improves performance?"
read more

The Organic Vegetarian Menu

read more

The Science of Meat for Endurance

The amino acid profile in meat tends to support endurance activities when certain guidelines are followed.
read more

Trans Fatty Acids

Athletes are attracted to the Hammer Nutrition all-natural stance against the dietary use of harmful preservatives, additives, refined simple sugars, pro-hormones, saturated fats...
read more

Sugar and Sugar Substitutes

146 Reasons Sugar Ruins Your Health

We are grateful to Dr. Appleton for granting us permission to reprint this most recent version of her eye-opening article.
read more

Aspartame Toxicity: Observed Side-Effects From Food & Drink

Before eating or drinking anything with Aspartame on the run or just for "fun", give serious thought to its proven toxic accumulative-use side effects shown in a wide assortment of related reliable research.
read more

Dietary Fructose and Fructose Containing Sweeteners Negatively Impact Health

Consuming as little as 40-50 grams or slightly over 1.5-ounce fructose over a 10 hour period may increase blood pressure, blood triglycerides...
read more

Fructose (Corn Syrup) is No Answer For a Sweetener

The consumption of fructose (corn syrup) has risen considerably in the general population within recent years.
read more

Fructose Sweeteners Negatively Impact Blood Sugar and Lipid Metabolism Inhibiting Energy Production

Fructose consumption alters how our body metabolizes energy from blood glucose and lipids resulting in serious health disorders...
read more
Simple Sugars and Complex Carbohydrates Thumb

Simple Sugars and Complex Carbohydrates - An Incompatible Combination

If you look on a container of a Hammer Nutrition fuel you'll find something that you'll probably not see on another energy drink or gel, a warning.
read more


Longevity's Relationship to Genetic Signals & Antioxidants

read more

New Study Shows ChromeMate Increases Lifespan

ChromeMate, a patented oxygen-coordinated, niacin-bound chromium, demonstrated its ability to prolong the life span of test animals by more than +22 percent.
read more

Training and Recovery

The Heat Is On: Staying Cool in the Heat

With the summer's heat presently approaching, I have had several questions from the field on hydration, fuel selection, and electrolyte supplements for coping with thermic-induced DNF's, bonking, and cramping. Everyone is born with a unique, special one-of-a-kind biochemistry, which prevents even the best of scholars from professing a single correct formula for us all.
read more

Airway Resistance Training

The USA Olympic development invests significant funds for determining how to improve athletic performance by a single percent.
read more

Sickness at Altitude

The best "Plans of Mice and Men" are predictably spoiled when exercise at altitude spins its nauseous entangling web, converting an anticipated personal best into a DNF or laborious personal worst!
read more

Sleep Builds Strong Muscle Mass

Sleep Is Important To Training Performance Gains
read more

Weight Management

What 24 "Helpful Hints" Increase Lean Muscle Mass and Lose Extra Body Fat Weight?

Everyone should be thinking now about how to achieve early "fighting weight" before the competitive season arrives.
read more

Weight Loss Question Suggested Keys to Adopt

The human body is individual when it comes to body weight distribution.
read more