Brain atrophy, thyroid suppression, and decreased strength. Well, that's not good. Avoid this stuff.
What happens when you consume extra protein? Like 700% more than RDA guidelines? Here's the real science.
Want more muscle? Trigger protein synthesis often. Here's how.
You know that food allergy that causes you bloating, headaches, or lethargy? It's probably your fault, not the food's fault. Here's why.
It turns out that whole grains are hugely anti-inflammatory. Here's the science.
People who want to build muscle and lose fat don't skip breakfast. But what are the best foods to eat? Here's what the experts suggest.
There's a halo of health around them, but are natural flavors any better than artificial flavors? You may be surprised.
To build muscle at an optimal rate, you need to consume extra calories. But how many? Here's an easy formula to use.
No need to overcomplicate things. Lift hard and follow these easy guidelines.
Some fitness and diet experts have taken the term addiction a little too far. Here's a reality check.
They say to take it slow when losing fat. They're wrong. Here's why.
Your body wants to be in either an anabolic or catabolic state. Here's how to balance cardio, diet, and lifting for better body composition.
Since the dawn of strength training, lifters have opted for red meat, believing it conveyed strength and endurance. Here's why you might want to rethink things.
Sure, it works temporarily for sedentary people, but then it stops working and leads to fat regain. Here's why.
When it comes to macronutrients, not all calories are created equal. Here's why.
You are metabolically unique. Here's why that's important when it comes to diet and fat loss strategies.
Who'd have guessed that frying makes these foods healthier? Check out the science here.
Controlling hunger is the single most important aspect of creating a diet that works for you. Here's the science-backed way to do it.
What's the best cut for the health-conscious bodybuilder? Check this out.
Intermittent calorie restriction works better than regular dieting or even intermittent fasting. Here's the science.
Don't worry, I was too. What I needed was some tough love. Here's what worked for me.
Just about any body composition problem you have is a diet problem, not a training problem. Here's why that's a tough pill to swallow.
No, you don't have to gain a ton of fat to build muscle, but you do need to be realistic. Here's a little reality check.
A new study shows the surprising effects of eating nothing but McDonald's food.
What does your bodyfat percentage have to do with muscle growth? Quite a lot actually. Check this out.