Because we feel like part of our job is to inform you, the blog reader, about all the different ways to artificially maximize your body's potential, we introduce you to the newest big thing in performance enhancement: cow afterbirth!
Published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, a recent research study suggests that bovine colostrum — a nutrient-rich "pre-milk" produced by cows shortly after giving birth — may provide increased athletic endurance during high-intensity training. This milk is particularly high in protein, as well as antibodies vital to the development of the immune system in the newborn mammal. Research conducted on male distance cyclists found that participants who consumed bovine colostrum supplements achieved higher performance with fewer signs of fatigue.
It is produced in powder form, so, you know, you can, like, snort it.