Why is one considered bad and the other good? Here's the real story.
These expensive protein powders aren't giving you anything you won't get from non-grass fed, non-organic protein powders. Here's why.
Every once in a while, someone says that fish oil doesn't work and the whole world gets suckered in. Here's where they get it all wrong.
A new study tells us that eggs will kill you after all. Should you listen to it? Here's some perspective.
The favorite meal replacement of the techies and hipsters may be a meal, but it sure as hell isn't a nutritious one.
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This is the problem with diets that promote hunger.
Some fitness and diet experts have taken the term addiction a little too far. Here's a reality check.
Fire up the barbecue because science finds that red meat does the opposite of what doctors say it does. New info here.
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.
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.
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.
People were once told to avoid this food. No more. In fact, eating a few of them every day is good for your ticker.
Oddly, this common food additive is shunned in this country but it has a host of positive benefits.
You are metabolically unique. Here's why that's important when it comes to diet and fat loss strategies.
The benefits of this health-food darling are way overblown. Here's what you need to know.
Lifters swear that red meat makes them stronger, but is there more to a steak than meets the eye?
Is there really a link between sodium and hypertension? Here are the facts.
Don't listen to the internet rumor mongers. Here's the real scoop about dieting and diet drinks.
Researchers put participants on a diet with lots of eggs to see how their waistlines and hearts would handle it. Here are the results.
They say it'll help you lose fat, digest better, detoxify, and live longer. But what does science say?
There's a halo of health around them, but are natural flavors any better than artificial flavors? You may be surprised.
No, eating this crappy Frankenfood isn't good for you, despite what some internet influencers are suggesting.
Fructose has a bad reputation. But one source of fructose won't damage the liver, doesn't affect insulin sensitivity, and won't make you chubby.
Does having a big sloppy meal kill your diet? Exactly how much fat do you gain when eat more than you should? Answers here.