New research shows that if you only eat a little bit of protein at a couple of meals, you can't make up for it by eating more at another meal.
No, we're not talking about common-sense stuff like the importance of a dark room. This goes way beyond that crap.
It's healthy, packed with protein, and tastes like dessert. Easy recipe here.
This bar not only fuels your workouts, it protects against catabolism and promotes body fat mobilization.
Yes, eat plenty of veggies. But don't assume that plant-based always means healthy. Here's why.
Outdated science and ignorance of the things that affect digestion have made all calorie counts pretty much bogus. Here's why.
One of them is the true anti-inflammatory star, and it's not the one everybody thinks it is.
Harvard Medical School thinks you're nuts for eating white rice. Are they right? Here's the real story.
Whether you use sex for procreation or recreation, this herb makes everything better, from libido to erections to fertility.
That's what the headlines are saying, but there's more to this story. Here's the actual science.
Stop clutching your pearls. A strong libido is a sign of a healthy, fit body. Don't have one? Here's how to fix that.
Is it possible? Some say yes, some say no. The real answer, as always, is more nuanced. Here it is.
An easy, week-long diet to quickly drop the pounds you've gained from your social isolation.
Short on time or patience? Here are some practical, highly-effective nutrition tips in just one or two sentences.
It's time to think about what you might need to keep on hand in case there are disruptions to the supply lines of food or water. Tips here.
This grocery store beverage will make it so you swagger when you walk, whether you're actually trying to or not.
When things get bad, depression is a normal response, but if it persists you might need to do something about it. Here's a possible solution.
No added sugar, no flour, no guilt. Bonus: It's packed with muscle-building protein.
Here's what science – and not some weirdo on YouTube – has to say about it.
It isn't as damaging as you might believe and, wonder of wonders, you might actually enjoy life for a few moments!
If you do, you'll lose more muscle.
Can't go to the gym right now? Here are eight nutritional strategies to help you keep your hard-earned muscle.
De-stress and take the edge off without feeling drugged. Here's something that will do just that.
Phytochemicals can treat a number of human diseases, possibly even those caused by viruses. Here's the science.
This amino acid does what creatine can't – it prolongs muscle performance in activities that last longer than 60 seconds.