Oddly, this common food additive is shunned in this country but it has a host of positive benefits.
A big new study tells us what we've all wanted to hear about food and dieting. Strap on the feed bag!
The experts were horribly wrong about how much protein you could absorb in one meal. Here's the new science.
A study involving weight-trained women finds that one glute exercise works better than the others. Check it out.
How many grams per day? A giant meta-study comes up with a definitive answer for lifters.
Is there really a link between sodium and hypertension? Here are the facts.
He's probably the best quarterback of all time, but is it because of his weird, restrictive diet? Hell no! Check out what this bonehead won't eat.
The evidence is impressive. Ignore it at your own peril.
Try these two surprising but common-sense tips and one really cool kitchen-chemistry tip to make fat loss a lot easier.
These expensive protein powders aren't giving you anything you won't get from non-grass fed, non-organic protein powders. Here's why.
Eat your meals this way and you'll be able to control your waistline better than ever before.
If you train upper body with this specific rep range while working the lower body with another specific range, you'll make lots more progress.
New research shows that the world's most popular alcoholic drink has some surprising health benefits.
Don't listen to the internet rumor mongers. Here's the real scoop about dieting and diet drinks.
Now we know exactly how much time we can take off between training and a strength competition. Check out the new science.
A meta-study looks at whether lowering a weight slowly really builds more muscle than lifting it fast.
Science reveals more good news about the world's second favorite drink.
Science shows that a very small amount of this herb actually builds muscle and endurance.
A side effect of what you're doing in the gym may make you live longer than those wraith-like calorie-restriction guys.
Here's how to eat a lot healthier, a lot tastier, in a lot less time.
This new version of an age-old powerlifting exercise will really sizzle that backside.
A new research paper looks at the body of studies on a compound that regulates mTOR, leading to new muscle synthesis.
Science shows there's a definite advantage to one, but it all depends on how long you've been training.
People were once told to avoid this food. No more. In fact, eating a few of them every day is good for your ticker.
It's about the only thing that can fight a newly discovered enemy of your heart.