Going keto might be fine for a while for fat loss, but here's why it prevents muscle growth and hampers testosterone production.
The favorite meal replacement of the techies and hipsters may be a meal, but it sure as hell isn't a nutritious one.
Yes, you'll get fat if you eat too much. But you'll get fat even faster if you're making this very common mistake.
Keto revisionists are saying you can eat plenty of protein and still stay in ketosis, but they're wrong. Again. Here's why.
When fat loss has stalled, should you cut more calories or spend more time at the gym? Maybe neither. Here's what often works best.
A new study tells us that eggs will kill you after all. Should you listen to it? Here's some perspective.
No, eating this crappy Frankenfood isn't good for you, despite what some internet influencers are suggesting.
They say the bacon in heaven doesn't cause cancer or plug up your heart. Here's how to make a little heaven on earth.
It's an okay option for fat loss for some people, but not for lifters chasing hypertrophy. Here's why.
What makes you fat? Insulin? The quality of food you eat? Or is it just calories in, calories out? Here's where most so-called diet gurus go wrong.
Bud Lite calls out other beer companies for using a fattening and unhealthy ingredient. Are they right?
Think the keto diet is awesome? Maybe. Maybe not. Its affects on the brain and the appetite aren't the same for everyone. Here's why.
Why do many non-celiacs feel better when they drop gluten? Because gluten may not be the real problem with bread and pasta. Info here.
Many experts recommend eating a pound or two of veggies per day to stay full. Here's why that doesn't always work.
The physical price tag for doing the keto diet is awfully high. Are you sure you want to trade your health for a few measly pounds? Read this.
Does having a big sloppy meal kill your diet? Exactly how much fat do you gain when eat more than you should? Answers here.
Which one of the two, if either, is best for a lifter to eat? The answer seems obvious, but it's not.
Low-fat milk leads to surprisingly high blood levels of this muscle-killing hormone. Here's what a new study shows.
These foods can wreak havoc on your gut and interfere with your goals, even if you're counting the macros and calories.
You've heard these things before. You've probably repeated them. Well, stop it. They're oversimplified and sometimes flat-out false.
Yes, if you eat fewer calories you'll lose fat. But the keto diet isn't superior for fat loss, and certainly not for muscle gain. Here's the science.
Some bad stats led to a nation-wide paranoia about peanut and other allegedly common food allergies. Here's the truth.
Is an all-meat diet healthy or is it just the latest diet fad for unstable people who need attention? Let's break it down.
A new study shows that strongly anti-GMO people think they know the most about the subject, but actually know the least.
Why is one considered bad and the other good? Here's the real story.