Some fitness experts say to avoid fruit to lose fat. Do they have a point? Here’s the real story.
The image appears on the TV screen. The camera is shaky, the angle skewed. Several figures in dark suits sit around a table, their features blurred and choppy. The button camera attached to the spy's lapel is minuscule, virtually undetectable.
Estrogen. It's definitely not a hormone we bodybuilders want circulating in our bodies. If it were up to us, there wouldn't be a damn drop of that stuff around.
Everything you ever wanted to know but was afraid to ask.
More bad news about a bad protein source. Check it out.
The Armory: Anti-Estrogens and Aromatase Inhibitors
In this handbook, I'll give you a rundown on thyroid function and a few related areas.
Improving your cholesterol profile
An eating program for those who "can't gain weight"
Your Guide to Losing Fat While "On"
A smokin' review of all the popular fat loss agents
How to use steroids or prohormones safely for long periods of time
A Comprehensive Look at Lab Tests
Let's see if this situation sounds vaguely familiar. You're passionate about taking care of your body. You work out, you eat right, and you take supplements to fine tune the way your body looks, feels, and functions. If you piled up all the hours you've spent studying all this stuff, you'd think some University would just flat out give you a PhD.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away (on-line issue #18 to be precise), T-mag ran an article called "Steroids for Health." The idea behind the article was sound and quite revolutionary at the time: steroids, when used safely and sanely, will not adversely affect your health; in fact, they may even be healthy.
An overview of the latest steroid studies
How much do you know about steroids? If you're using them or planning on using them, hopefully you know a lot. Sadly, we at T-mag have learned over the years that this is seldom the case.
All too often I'll hear various statements about certain artificial sweeteners being harmful. "Toxic" seems to be a word that the general public likes to throw around. In the following article, I'd like to address some of the completely false statements I've seen being made about one sweetener in particular: sucralose.