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CANADIAN HEALTH EMPIER INC  is a leading manufacturer of custom, private label nutritional products.  Our development and processing capabilities offer varied options for products designed to meet the specialized needs of those wanting general health and wellness. 

Our technical staff will work with you to improve current formulas or help you develop your own private label line of nutritional products.  CANADIAN HEALTH EMPIER INC  works confidentially with customers around the world to produce a diverse collection of nutritional products. 

From development, manufacturing and testing to packaging; CANADIAN HEALTH EMPIER INC  has the experience to provide a solution for your retail product launch.

CANADIAN HEALTH EMPIER INC  uses a market-directed, low-cost, low-risk R&D strategy where new products are developed using known, Health  approved, nutraceuticals ingredients supported by published, peer-reviewed clinical studies for efficacy and safety.  This strategy substantially reduces cost, risk and time-to-market because CANADIAN HEALTH EMPIER INC  does not have to perform its own human clinical studies. 

Since products are developed using Health  approved ingredients, approval of CANADIAN HEALTH EMPIER INC ’s formulations by Health  is highly probable (98%).  

Anti-depression & Mood balance

Anti-depression & Mood balance

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5-HTP

  • Ashwagandha 2.5%
  • Rhodiola Rosea 3 Rosavin
  • SAM-e
  • St. John’s Wort 0.3%

Valerian extract 0.8%

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Bodybuilding Women


 Women came into the sport of bodybuilding somewhat late. Understandable, as bodybuilding is essentially a male-dominated sport. But not to be put down, bodybuilding women athletes have risen above the mediocre stamp that has been placed on them ever since the first bodybuilding women’s competition took place.

 The first of the bodybuilding women, Lisa Lyon was a pioneer, a media star, and a spokesperson for female bodybuilding. Born in 1953 in California, USA, Ms. Lyon was a graduate of UCLA and a student of kendo, a Japanese martial art. Then a bodybuilding enthusiast, Ms. Lyon was encouraged to join the bodybuilding women’s competition by none other than premier bodybuilding promoter, Arnold Schwarzenegger who saw potential in Lyon’s small, dancer’s physique. As it turned out, Schwarzenegger was right in betting on Lyon’s bodybuilding talents as she won first place in the first bodybuilding women’s championship.

 Lyon was replaced by Rachel McLish, the champion of the first Miss Olympia bodybuilding women’s competition sponsored by the International Federation of Bodybuilders. Considered the symbol that all bodybuilding women wanted to look like, Rachel McLish combined aesthetic and muscles in female bodybuilding. More than just an icon, this Texan-born bodybuilding women helped define the sport of bodybuilding.

 Next to Rachel McLish is the Australian shot-putter-turned-bodybuilder, Bev Francis, with whom she incidentally co-starred in the movie, Pumping Iron II: The Women. If McLish was the feminine embodiment of bodybuilding women, Francis presented the muscular extreme. Her incredible appearance and awesome muscular bulk sparked both awe and shock in the bodybuilding women’s world, which eventually led to the question: “How much is too much?” This was the question that bodybuilding women have been troubled with ever since Francis first hit the spotlight in 1986 as a finalist at the Ms. Olympia competition.

 In 1991, the overly muscular Francis was relegated as runner up to the more aesthete Lenda Murray who won the Ms. Olympia title.  Ms. Murray went on to win eight more Ms. Olympia titles to her name, the last of which was in 2003 where she was also hailed as the most successful and most popular among the bodybuilding women. 

 Other bodybuilding women include Juliette Bergman known as the Dutch Superwoman who won the 2001 Ms. Olympia competition and Mandy Blank who was an IFBB fitness professional competitor. Ms. Blank is one of the new breed of slender bodybuilding women whose goals are more geared into shaping the muscular body into aesthetic forms than beefing it up to become ultimately grotesque. Other bodybuilding women of Blank’s caliber are Monica Brant, named 1998 Fitness Miss Olympia and Canadian Sharon Bruneau who went through all the radical changes from being a model, to hardcore female bodybuilder, and finally to fitness competitor.    

 

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Bodybuilding Supplements

 Bodybuilding is a fast-growing sport that is building popularity among the average citizens. Everyday more and more people take up the sport as they realize the countless health benefits of weight training and exercise. Thus, what was once considered a pastime in 18th century India became a huge sporting industry with commercial ventures not only in sporting equipment but in bodybuilding supplements as well.

 The general myth is that bodybuilding supplements can help muscular development and gain. This belief has led many an athlete “stack” themselves up with bodybuilding supplements, protein drinks, and vitamins just to gain that edge that could catapult them to fame, money, and glory. The truth, however, is that many bodybuilding supplements are untested and some are proven ineffective. 

 Creatine, however, is one of the few bodybuilding supplements that has been tested and approved as an effective bodybuilding supplement. Even so, creatine only works when taken with a solid nutritional base and when the user is in a weight training program.

 Other recommended nutritional bodybuilding supplements are as follows:

Multiple vitamins and minerals.  This type of bodybuilding supplement is for overall intake and should be taken both in the mornings and in the evenings.

Essential fatty acids. This is an essential bodybuilding supplement for every bodybuilder. The commonest form of essential fatty acid that every bodybuilder need is the omega-3.

Protein powder. Protein is of course the key to muscle growth and as such, it is the most important bodybuilding supplement to have. Quality of this bodybuilding supplement is defined by yield, amino acid profile (BCAA - EAA ratio), WPI - WPC ratio, filler percentage, taste, ease of use, blending capacity, digestibility, and results.

Vitamin C. This bodybuilding supplement is already included in the multi vitamin but FYI, one to three grams per day is needed.

Vitamin E (400-800 iu which is inclusive of the amount taken in the multi vitamin.)

Glutamine. This is an optional bodybuilding supplement but which can be helpful since it may boost circulation of growth hormones in some people and reinforce immune and brain function. The amino acid that is glutamine also aids in the synthesis of protein and has anti-catabolic properties. Recommended daily dosage would be 5-15 grams.

Acidophilus and/or Fructooligosaccharides (FOS). A bodybuilding supplement that helps improve gastrointestinal health which might be compromised due to excessive intake of protein powders.

Alpha Lipoic Acid is a bodybuilding supplement that functions as a blood sugar regulator and as an antioxidant.

Coenzyme Q-10 is another bodybuilding supplement that can be used as an antioxidant. It is also good for cardiac health and prevention of gum disease.

Green Tea Extract. A major disease-preventive agent, this bodybuilding supplement also has antioxidant and metabolic properties.

Psyllium Husks and/or Flax Seeds. This bodybuilding supplement is a great source of fiber, lignans, protein, fat, vitamins, and minerals.

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