Oh yeah, and it builds muscle, too.
Achy joints, digestive problems, difficulties losing fat, and even lousy hair might all be caused by a deficiency of this protein.
It started out as a fine idea, at least for very overweight people, then things got weird.
White rice (not brown) is the ultimate grain for athletes and lifters.
A "paleo" foundation plus some starchy foods and workout nutrition. Is this the most effective approach a lifter can follow?
A paleo diet will help the average person lose some fat, but is it optimal for lifters and athletes?
Here's why the Paleo diet is so damn healthy - and how it can be made even better.
This T-Nation warrior says a combo of paleo-ish eating and cutting-edge sports nutrition is the best diet for getting ripped and building muscle. Here's why.
It's a diet so simple, a caveman can follow it. But can it help you build a stronger, leaner body? Find out here.