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Tip: You're Overfed But Undernourished

Vitamin and mineral deficiencies in America are astonishingly high, with over 90% of us lacking in at least one mineral.

Tip: Your Red Rooster Sauce is a PED

You know that spicy stuff every guy under 30 squeezes onto his food? It turns out it makes them stronger. Here's proof.

Tip: Shrink Your Prostate, Power Up Your Penis

A plant chemical proves to be as effective in shrinking the prostate as prescription drugs, but far safer. Bonus: It also treats erectile dysfunction.

Tip: A Safer Alternative to Testosterone Replacement

This inexpensive drug dramatically increases testosterone and improves the testosterone/estrogen ratio with no side effects.

Tip: Do This to Finally See Your Abs

Research figures out what's been missing from your ab workouts. Here's how to make those shy buggers push through and show themselves.

Forget the Paleo Diet. Go Neolithic

The paleo diet is based on a misunderstanding of history, genetics, and science. It's time to take a new diet approach.

Why Fat Loss is Harder for Women

When it comes to exercise and fat loss, it's a lot harder for women than it is for men. Here's what they can do about it to even the scales.

Tip: The Right Resveratrol

Boost testosterone and control estrogen with this plant compound. Just use the kind with high bioavailability. Here's what to look for.

Tip: Not All Casein Proteins Are Created Equal

Casein is a better muscle-builder than whey, but there's a big difference in the types of casein out there. Info here.

Tip: Curcumin – The Bioavailability Issue

Some curcumin supplements work great. Others don't. Don't get ripped off. Here's what you need to know.

How to Make Steroids Safer

Studies show that steroid use increases the chance of death several fold. Here's how to pry the Grim Reaper's thumb off the scale.

Tip: C3G – How to Source the Good Stuff

Cyanidin 3-glucoside is an effective nutrient partitioning agent, but some companies are under-dosing it. Here's what you need to k now.

Tip: The Foreskin Supplement?

No, no, it's called forskolin. And it's been proven to improve body composition... if you take the right kind.

Tip: How Going to the Gym Can Make You Fatter

If you know you're going to hit the gym tomorrow, it often affects what and how much you eat today. Here's the science.

Tip: Flip the Protein Synthesis Switch

Control mTOR and you control the switch that turns on muscle protein synthesis in response to lifting. Here's a supplement that does it.

Tip: A True Negative Calorie Snack?

These two high-calorie foods, eaten together, actually end up making you lose fat, in addition to improving your blood chemistry.

Tip: The 3-in-1 Supplement

Whether you want to calm down, increase your endurance, or lift more weight for more reps, this is the stuff to do it.

Tip: The Capsule That Does It All

This jack-of-all-trades supplement grows muscle, reduces fat, raises testosterone, lowers estrogen, and fights diseases.

Tip: Everyone Should Do This Type of HIIT

Just 17 minutes of cardio can work as well as 50 (plus provide an extra bonus) as long as you do it this particular way.

Tip: The 3500-Calorie Rule is Dead

For over 60 years, the fitness industry has believed that cutting calories by 3500 results in a 1-pound loss. The industry is really, really, wrong.

Tip: Fight Dead Butt Syndrome

Chances are if you're over 30 that backside of yours is starting to look like two gluten-free pancakes, even if you train. Here's why and how to fix it.

Tip: A Startling Benefit of Exercise

A huge study of tens of thousands of people reveals that the upside of exercise is far more potent than we realized.

Tip: An Easy Way to Rid Your Body of Plastic

Nope, it doesn't involve any stupid detox diets or drinks. And chances are you're probably already doing a little of it.

Everyone Should Use Creatine

Everyone should take creatine, even if their goal isn't to build mountains of muscle. Here's why and how to use it.

The Bodybuilder's Guide to Blood Work

Doctors often think lifters are sick because their physicals and blood tests yield scary results. Here's how to protect yourself from false positives.