Take this advice from a researcher and bodybuilder.
Phytochemicals, fiber, filling low-calorie volume... try this for one week and you'll get it all.
Competitive bodybuilding can bring out the best and worst in people. Here's something to think about.
Beans really are the magical fruit. Well, at least one variety of beans is. Check out this science.
Stimulants can really get you amped up for a tough workout, but do they have other effects as well? Dr. Lowery hooked himself up to fancy lab equipment to find out.
Bodybuilding's Dr. House applies his nutritional knowledge and insight to cure a lifter who's lost his will to lift.
When your diet stalls, should you decrease calories or increase exercise? Dr. Lowery has the answer.
Think you know how to eat for muscle growth? Think again. Here's what you need to be putting in your mouth.
You’ve heard wrong. You CAN target fatty areas of the body. Here’s how.
Fasting isn't just for skinny chicks. Build muscle without gaining fat. Here's how.
Dr. Lowery white-knuckled his way around the country to get the first word about the research that could change the way you train.
The high-fructose corn syrup people are telling you their product is the same as sugar, but they're lying mo-fo's.
Can't lose fat? Can't figure out why? Well, can you answer simple "yes" or "no" questions? Of course you can! And that's all Dr. L's nifty little algorithm requires. You should have the answer to your fat-loss dilemma in no time and soon be well on your way to buffdom.
Are your bulking phases, or just the act of eating like a bodybuilder, shortening your athletic career or your life? It's possible, but Dr. L's got a plan and it involves "calorie restriction mimetics." Read, learn, live long and prosper.
"No one in this world can you trust: not men, not women, not beasts... this you can trust."
Usually in an exploration of functional foods, one hears a lot about vegetables, fruits, herbs, phytochemicals and such. That's all cool to learn, but most humans are after all omnivorous. That is, man does not generally live by plants alone.
Now that I've got your attention with the title, let's try to raise our thinking from the lower centers of bodily function and get more cerebral, shall we? (Admittedly there are those, like a certain editor around here, who can weave <i>both</i> into an entertaining editorial, but I'm not going to attempt that bit of literary stunt pilotry.)
You've heard it before: "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!" Or perhaps you've heard it stated in reference to a long night of liver depletion and fasting catabolism: "Break the fast... breakfast!"
How to get truly ripped without losing muscle mass.
Chapter Three: Whole Grains
As I sit here pondering the recently concluded Staley Training Summit, I'm left wondering - as I often do - how far overboard I went with my whirlwind lecture on diet and recovery.
Here's another well-referenced investigation by our friendly neighborhood warrior nerd, offering facts and tips on what might just be the reason for your progress stalemate. This is one article in which the author will actually feel better if you fall asleep while reading it!
I'm a salty consumer advocate. Ask anyone I know, including the editors of this web site. Being such, I do my best to associate only with good people whether it's in academics, business, or personal endeavors. Likewise, I associate myself only with ideas and concepts that have both empirical and professional support.
So why an article on dairy? Because the controversy it elicits gets people hotter than Louis Pasteur's Bunsen burners, that's why. In fact, raging debates have broken out many times over the years here among the T-faithful. Just recently TC had to break out the rubber bullets to keep an angry mob of anti-dairy zealots from tearing down the place.
What do competitive physique athletes and sedentary housewives have in common? They’re both yo-yo dieters and suffer the same health issues because of it. Here’s how to avoid the problems.