Category Archives for "Sports Supplements"

Don’t Screw Around With Your Fueling

Today, I really want to drive home a key concept to those of you who are new to Vespa.  I’m going to use the analogy that’s based on some other experiences in my life that are outside the framework of Vespa. So today we’re going to talk about Screwing. Now, I got your attention right.!Quality […]

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Why Do Diets Fail?

Why does everyone immediately focus on the diet? Paleo, keto, plant based, vegetarian, vegan, low fat, high fat, low carb, high carb, Mediterranean, Whole30, Atkins, the new Atkins… It doesn’t matter. Diets fail because people focus on the diet.Let’s focus on you, your metabolism physiology, and getting it back to its natural state. This is the starting […]

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The Catalyst for Optimal Health & Performance

So what is this?A catalytic converter. The reason I am starting out with this is to help YOU wrap your head around how Vespa is a natural catalyst to drive performance level fat metabolism.What is a Catalytic ConverterAlmost every gasoline powered car built since 1977 comes with a catalytic converter, so, unless you own an Electric […]

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[Article] Demystifying Vitamin D - Essentials you need to know

Demystifying Vitamin D – Essentials you need to know

With Summer upon us I’d like to talk about Vitamin D, the ”sunshine Vitamin” . One of the emerging insights of COVID-19 is the inverse correlation between Vitamin D and outcomes of COVID-19.  The higher the Vitamin D the better the outcome, the lower the Vitamin D the worse the outcome. This airtight inverse relationship […]

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Why Gelatin / Collagen is essential to your sports nutrition

Today we are going to talk about the importance of Gelatin in your sports nutrition supplementing. The first thing to understand is, practically speaking, Gelatin is exactly the same as Collagen.  Collagen has become sexier marketing term so consumers will gladly pay more money, however, it really is no different to Gelatin. Technically speaking gelatin […]

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