Experience over the years has shown that Biestmilch is able to support your efforts to improve the endurance performance. It is widening the margins within which you can move without tilting over the edge.
If you want to make any progress you have to push yourself over a certain limit without overdoing it. Training programs consist of an active part, what we usually term as training or workouts, and of a more restful part the recovery.
Effective training means to specifically stimulate not only the muscles but the whole body with all its complex metabolic pathways and neuromuscular wirings. Specific patterns of stimuli need to be repeated over and over again to achieve a training effect.
Specific patterns of stimuli need to be repeated over and over again to achieve a training effect.
Motivation is thereby a crucial element of efficient training. Because if you don't feel for doing something, you don't set the stimuli concentrated and focused enough, and you don't repeat them often and precise enough. That sounds very simple, doesn't it?
If you are lacking motivation, if training is too monotonous,
if you are fatigued and stressed, and in case of illness and overtraining, overexertion, injuries and lack of recovery.
For amateur athletes and pros applies the same to use Biestmilch at least during the critical parts of your training, and if stress factors tend to accumulate. You can take Biestmilch as a preventive measure and as a therapeutic agent.
Quite in the sense as an old saying puts it: "Let your food be your remedy." Biestmilch has anti-inflammatory effect, and strengthens your immune system. As immunity is one essential pillar of performance Biestmilch is able to stabilize performance and support recovery.
Usually you read about the dramatic outcomes of too much exercise and training. In this article I would like to take another perspective on the whole topic to encourage your efforts, and perhaps give you more cues at hand to make the detrimental results of too much training and racing more understandable.
Modern exercise physiology and biology put a lot of work into studying the healthy body. That has not always been the case when scientists only looked at sick bodies. Exercise physiology gives an amazing insight into the body's "normal" way of functioning.
INFLAMMATION IS A PHENOMENON OF THE HEALTHY BODY
You are probably used to the notion that an inflammation is only present in cases of disease such as infections or chronic non-communicable diseases (atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes-type-2, multiple sclerosis, bowel diseases etc.).
Since very recent, scientific data talks a different language. Inflammation is a condition of the healthy body, it is a controlled process essential for well-being, a process that keeps our body with all its diverse functions going and balanced.
Along all the mucosal linings (bronchi, guts, urinary bladder etc.) that connect us with the outside world, minor inflammatory or immune responses respectively take place, always and throughout our whole life.
These borders colonized with their very own microflora are areas where controlled inflammatory processes secure the borders and guarantee our survival.
Here communication with the environment takes place, it could be friendly talks (nutrients, bacteria, virus, macromolecules) as well as hostile ones (e.g nutrients, viruses, bacteria, macromolecules).
THERE IS NO BAD OR GOOD PER SE
As you can see from the listing in brackets, whether an agent or a molecule respectively is friend or foe is determined by the environment and the time of encounter at the very place of the encounter.
There is no bad or good per se! Inflammation is a physiological process of the human body! The meaning, whether a molecule is treated as friend or foe, is determined by the condition of the milieu at a given time (e.g. such different conditions may be diseases, the different development stages, we go through; or different situations of stress etc.).
The multiple systemic inflammatory processes ongoing in our body are termed low-grade systemic inflammation and are characterized by a state of perfect well-being.
Diseases or discomfort start, if this process deteriorates and gets out of control which is generally spoken the case in all illnesses.
Well, this inflammatory situation is initiated and controlled by the same system, the stress system. It consists of the super-systems of regulation: Nervous system, immune system and hormones (endocrine system).
The basic mode of regulation is a closed loop, the body's sheer uncountable processes are connected by positive and negative feedback loops structured by circuits on various levels. The context determines whether the system activates or suppresses a process.
Under the condition of well-being exists a perfect equilibrium between pro- and anti-inflammatory currents. I name them currents, because you have myriads of molecules with either properties (pro- and anti-inflammatory) depending on time and place of the encounter.
WHAT HAS THIS GOT TO DO WITH PHYSICAL ACTIVITY?
Moderate physical activity stimulates the stress system in a very positive way. It helps to avoid the deterioration of systemic low-grade inflammation into chronic systemic inflammation. Chronic systemic inflammation seems to be one cause for atherosclerosis, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes-2 and some forms of cancer such as breast or colon cancer.
Physical inactivity has been identified as a stronger predictor of chronic illnesses than risk factors such as hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, and obesity for all-cause mortality. Physical activity protects against these diseases and premature death because of its ability to down-regulate inflammatory states in our body.
AS AN ATHLET YOU FIND YOURSELF ON THE PATH
OF WELL-BEING AND YOUTH! IF YOU DON'T EXAGGERATE!
You are well familiar with the fact that endurance training means stress for your body, positive in the case of overreaching, negative in the case of overtraining. The more you push your body to exertion, the more stressed it gets. The control mechanisms that contain your body's low-grade inflammation have a hard time to remain in control.
If you manage your training within these limits where training stress is not harming your immune system, autonomic nervous system and/or your hormone regulation, then you can be sure that sport is one (please, keep in mind that there are other factors as well such as genetic outfit and nutrition that play a significant role too) preventive measure for a long and healthy life.
If you do otherwise and drive your body permanently over the edge, then inflammatory processes may take over and lead your body into a state of chronic systemic inflammation, one of the strongest disease predictors identified until today.
1. FOR BASIC TRAINING
If you feel fit and well, the standard amount of 900 mg Biestmilch suffices.
2. FOR INTENSIVE TRAINING SESSIONS
If you enhance the intensity (volume and strength) of your training, then you may increase the amount of Biestmilch by 3 to 4 times of the standard amount (900 mg). Preferably you take 2/3 of your Biestmilch in the morning, and 1/3 after the last training session.
In case of feeling slightly ill take more Biestmilch, it is recommended to take 4 to 8 grams. The BIEST BOOSTER is an excellent option.
You should take Biestmilch every day. Integrate it into your daily diet. You need not stop taking it.
If one among you is suffering from lactose intolerance, then you should start with low amounts of Biestmilch and increase the amount stepwise. Milk allergies should not stop you from taking it either. But be careful and commence with a small amount (150 - 300 mg).