Meaning of Asset Recovery
RecoverySoft / August 10, 2018

The term ‘Asset Recovery’ has different meanings. Any attempt to bring back any asset that has been stolen or exchanged illegally is called asset recovery. However, the attempt to sell any asset that is not needed anymore may also be called investment recovery. Re-using any asset through recycled process is also known as asset recovery. To be brief, asset recovery maximizes the value of a resource. There are three main parts of investment recovery. They are idle resource identification, redeployment and divestment. Idle resource identification comes first as far as asset recovery is concerned. It is a fact that nothing can last forever. After a certain period of time, objectivity of an asset comes to an end. Keeping such resource does not provide the client with any positive result. Instead, the client starts losing money by keeping such a resource. Such a resource or an asset is included in the idle asset identification recovery. It is wise to redeploy or take away such assets. Assets included in the category of idle asset identification may be of any form. For example, building materials, unused land, electrical equipment, manufacturing equipment, scrap metal, surplus electronics, still mill equipment etc may be included in…

The Best Post-Workout Recovery Drink: Chocolate Milk
RecoverySoft / April 2, 2018

Protein supplements have blossomed into a multibillion dollar industry as people have flocked into health food stores in search of the best post-workout nutrition options. Although I do recommend a protein supplement in some situations and I in fact use one myself, a childhood favorite may actually yield better results. Chocolate milk, with its unique blend of simple sugars, whey and casein protein, Vitamin D and calcium, and fats provides your body with a complete post-workout option that actually tops many leading protein powders. Why it Works Simple Sugars Usually I advise people to stay away from simple sugars that digest extremely quickly, but after a tough workout, you have a small window of opportunity to keep simple sugars that your body can actually use. When you exercise, your body is pulling on its available energy and your muscles are sustaining very small amounts of damage. You know that your body needs high quality protein to repair your muscles, but it also needs energy – energy that has seriously been depleted. When you ingest simple sugars like those found in chocolate milk, you're providing your body with the immediate energy it needs to recover and begin repairing your muscles. High…