A no-sugar added (lazy AF) recipe for those who would rather be eating than baking.
These healthed-up cookies will satisfy your cravings without expanding your waistline.
Grab a bag of cranberries and make these before this seasonal fruit disappears.
Healthy eating doesn't have to suck. Enjoy this morning dessert with fewer carbs, less fat, and no food coma included.
It tastes like dessert for breakfast. And you can eat it with your fingers. So why the heck wouldn't you?
They're your next favorite guilty pleasure, but without the guilt.
Casein is a better muscle-builder than whey, but there's a big difference in the types of casein out there. Info here.
Simple and proven. Here's how much protein to eat.
New research on this so-called non-essential amino acid shows that it not only fixes up joints, but it extends your lifespan too.
Can you gain muscle from ingesting plant proteins like pea or wheat? A new study weighs in with a surprising answer.
Most lifters have already removed soy protein from their diets. Need a few more reasons to keep it out? Here ya go.
Be careful about what you eat with your protein. Here's why.
Everyone fights about how much protein to eat, but what really matters is how much protein you absorb. Here's how to soak up every gram.
You probably have this in your medicine cabinet... and it might be inhibiting protein absorption.
Avoid the fakes and choose the best protein for your goals. Here's a handy guide.
Simple, easy, satisfying, and it'll help keep those abs visible. Here's how it works.
Science says that if you drink your protein drink at a specific time you'll lose more body fat. Take a look.
Science says a preload of protein before meals can lead to a leaner body. Now there's another way to do it during a meal. Info here.
How much muscle can a natural, experienced lifter gain in 4 weeks? Can he lose fat at the same time? This coach decided to find out.
This high-protein dessert is great for cutting phases, and still delicious even if you're not cutting. Here's the easy recipe.
The experts were horribly wrong about how much protein you could absorb in one meal. Here's the new science.
How many grams per day? A giant meta-study comes up with a definitive answer for lifters.
This pro needs 350g of protein and 1100g of carbs per day to pack on the mass. You do not, but you can adopt his diet strategy.
Try these two surprising but common-sense tips and one really cool kitchen-chemistry tip to make fat loss a lot easier.
These expensive protein powders aren't giving you anything you won't get from non-grass fed, non-organic protein powders. Here's why.