High protein, super clean, no added sugar, and holy-crap delicious. Get the easy recipe here.
Even if you're tired of pumpkin, you'll love these. They're packed with protein too.
It's possible to be lean and still eat food that tastes good. Try these high-protein cookies. Easy recipe here.
Lowering your carbs doesn't have to mean eating nothing but meat. There's still room for brownies. These have 5 net carbs. Recipe here.
The world's easiest and most nutritious protein bar recipe.
Here's how to manage your carbs to lose fat but keep the muscle gains coming.
A new study shows that you need more post-workout protein than you thought. Check it out.
It's easy to do, but psychologically tough at first. And that's a good thing.
How much protein should you eat? It depends on a few factors. Check out the guidelines here.
Improve your insulin sensitivity, starting with your next meal. Here are six ways to do it.
What do protein, dopamine, cravings, and body fat percentage have in common? Well, everything. Check out the science.
Can you gain 30 pounds of mostly-muscle in 10 months? Here's how one expert did it.
Three tips to help keep you from blowing your fat-loss diet every Saturday and Sunday. You know who you are!
Eat more protein. Here's an easy, no sugar added, ridiculously tasty way to do it.
What's the best cut for the health-conscious bodybuilder? Check this out.
When it comes to macronutrients, not all calories are created equal. Here's why.
Reduce hunger when dieting. Eat more of this.
Can you lose fat and build muscle at the same time? Yes, science says. And the key is protein. Check this out.
Reduce knee pain fast with this research-backed diet hack.
Snack on these in the late afternoon and lose fat around your waist. Really. Check out the science.
Research shows that protein does more than just help with muscle growth. Check it out.
Brain atrophy, thyroid suppression, and decreased strength. Well, that's not good. Avoid this stuff.
Your sleeping habits affect your eating habits. Check out this new research.
Some people like to say that protein supplements are inferior to whole-food protein sources. But what does science say? Check this out.
Achy joints, digestive problems, difficulties losing fat, and even lousy hair might all be caused by a deficiency of this protein.