Female Health

InnovAAte Inventor’s Experience: Recovering from a surprise bike-ride

By Margaret MacDonald / 15/09/2021 /

Just before covid set in in 2020, I was on a holiday in Mandurah, Western Australia, visiting my son who had organised a surprise bike riding expedition on Rottnest Island. “How’s your cycling these days, mum?” asked my son on the 5am drive up to the ferry across to Rottnest Island. “Non existent in the…

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FREE Shipping in Australia: Bundle products to match your personal goals

By Hugh Dunstan / 15/09/2021 /

FREE Standard Shipping in Australia Shop for OptimAAte® and ElectrAAte® here. To help you make choices, we have provided some suggested combinations of InnovAAte products tailored for various applications and personal goals. General use: OptimAAte® was designed to take daily to provide the high-demand amino acids for an active life-style. This can also be used as a pre-work out…

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InnovAAte Inventor’s Experience: Chest Flutters

By Margaret MacDonald / 15/09/2021 /

I started getting these flutters in my upper chest about three years ago as the weather started to warm up from winter time. Since I originally come from the Isle of Lewis off the west coast of Scotland, adjusting to heat in the spring and summer has always been challenging. As the weather starts to…

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Weight training: JT describes reductions in muscle soreness and faster recoveries with OptimAAte

By Hugh Dunstan / 06/07/2020 /

  JT from Newcastle: I have been taking part in a 6 week challenge of intense weights training. It had finished over a week ago and challenge 2 resumed on Monday 29th July. My thighs and shoulders were aching from training and so I took OptimAAte to help with soreness and within a day I…

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Collagen and Soft Tissues

By Hugh Dunstan / 03/12/2019 / Comments Off on Collagen and Soft Tissues

Collagen is the most abundant group of structural proteins found in the body. Different types of collagen are found in numerous types of soft connective tissues including: Cartilage, ligaments and tendons Skin and muscle tissues Blood vessels Gastrointestinal tract Bones Evidence has emerged that the collagen turnover rates are higher for females than males. It…

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