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Creator Series Episode 2: Mind Over Body

Twenty two-time IRONMAN Triathlete Mitch Thrower explains the mental toughness required to persevere through each IRONMAN race [2.4 mile swim, 112 bike, followed by a marathon run (26 miles)] spanning over 8 to 12 hours of straight endurance racing. Having once needed to superglue his foot together to finish a race, Mitch takes us through how each race is "10 years of therapy" and how to apply race day focus to business.

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What is Piperine and why is it in my Turmeric-Curcumin Supplement?

Black pepper and its major active ingredient, piperine, have recently received attention as a component in buzz-worthy turmeric supplement. But historically black pepper has been used in folk medicine to treat gastrointestinal disease and promote appetite. More recently studiesindicate it may help the human body fight certain types of bacterial infection and sepsis.  How does piperine relate to curcumin? For all of the anti-inflammatory benefits curcumin is believed to provide, it has dismally low bioavailability due to its poor absorption, rapid elimination, and rapid metabolism by the body. (We are talking a 2% absorption rate in most cases!!) This is where the addition of piperine can be a game changer. In addition to its aforementioned healing capabilities piperine has also been found to...

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Creator Series Episode 1. Creating Beauty

Self made billionaire, J. Christopher Burch, takes us on a fascinating ride describing himself as a wild gorilla, a tornado, and a quadruple octagon, like only he can. He gives our viewers a real life look at the ups and downs of true entrepreneurship, and the driving forces behind achieving your own personal success.

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Is Turmeric the newest fitness recovery hack?

With a wide array of remedies that alternative and natural medicine provide, it's no surprise that there is an amazing natural option for post workout muscle recovery. Say buh-bye to Advil, and hello to Turmeric.      Working out, on a microscopic level, creates tiny tears in our muscle fibers that ultimately heal with stronger fibers replacing the weak. Inflammation makes up a large portion of this process, which explains why we get so sore after a big workout. While inflammation is often the body’s protective response to trauma and foreign bodies (whether that be from working out, eating bad food, undergoing invasive surgery, etc.), chronic inflammation can lead to certain conditions and diseases such as arthritis and cancer. Therefore it’s important...

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