Protect your man parts and stay virile just by adding these nuts to your diet. Here's the science.
Should you be going low carb, high carb, or somewhere in between? What carbs are best? How should they be timed? We ask the experts.
What do protein, dopamine, cravings, and body fat percentage have in common? Well, everything. Check out the science.
Nearly everyone says to avoid nighttime calories if you want to get lean or stay lean, but the evidence is all over the board. Here's how to make sense of it.
Already in pretty good shape? Here's how to drop those last few pounds and highlight your physique in just a few weeks.
We know now that coffee can be a health food. But what kind of coffee? Here's the science.
This simple diet adjustment may reduce your risk of getting type-2 diabetes by 37 percent.
Are you controlling your diet or is it controlling you? Here's how to use autoregulation to avoid becoming a slave to your diet.
Breakfast, early morning workouts, and individual differences. Here's what you need to know.
Should you be eating dirt? Well, sorta. Here's what you need to know about SBOs or soil based organisms.
Is the standard American breakfast good for lifters who want to stay healthy? Yes, if you make it like this.
If you only had a few weeks to fine tune your physique and look your best for an event, what would you do? Here's what our pros said.
Losing fat is simple. Staying lean is difficult. Only about 10 percent of people are able to do it. Here's what they have in common.
How will people lose fat and build muscle in the near future? Here's what the experts are expecting to see.
Seven simple tips to help you build muscle without packing on the fat.
Check this out. A simple way to reduce rice calories by as much as 50%.
Make losing fat and building muscle a little easier and a little tastier. Toss these foods into your shopping cart.
Keep your blood sugar in check, naturally. Add this to your diet.
Daily consumption of this vegetable can increase exercise performance. Here's what you need to know.
A new study shows why we may want to have more meals earlier in the day and cut them off long before bed. Here's the new science.
This common ingredient improves coffee's brain-sharpening properties while reducing its anxiety-producing effects.
Milk truly isn't good for some people. Now we know why.
A new study shows us once again how powerful food can be. And in this case, it's actually a delicious food.
Achy joints, digestive problems, difficulties losing fat, and even lousy hair might all be caused by a deficiency of this protein.
Do this at the dinner table to allow insulin to deliver nutrients to muscle instead of fat.