Soy was once thought to shrink your balls and make it harder for you to put on muscle. Does current research back up those fears?
Be careful about what you eat with your protein. Here's why.
People automatically assume that eating chicken is healthier than eating beef. Here are the facts.
The big Harvard study suggested all you low-carb people may die before your time. Are they right?
You’ve heard wrong. You CAN target fatty areas of the body. Here’s how.
Adopting this simple practice will make you lose body fat, not to mention providing you with better nutrition than you've probably ever had before.
Here's a handy set of guidelines to help lifters find the balance between too dang skinny and too dang fat.
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.
It doesn't just make you healthier. It also makes you strong and powerful. Here's the latest science.
Keeping a bowlful of this so-called processed food on the counter improves heart health, reduces inflammation, and even makes you leaner.
How to use your metabolic rate to keep the gains coming.
Lose the fat and keep the strength with this two-weeks on, two-weeks off plan. It's actually pretty easy. Check it out.
Your appetite can help you find your sweet spot when it comes to training volume. Here's how.
This food actually accounts for longer telomeres and prevents biologic aging and the diseases that come with it.
A spoonful of this makes fat loss easier, in addition to improving your health in a number of surprising ways.
Everyone tells hardgainers that all they need to do is eat. It's not that simple... unless they follow these 10 rules for putting on muscle.
Don't get stuck in the extremes when figuring out your diet.
New research reveals some disappointing news about ketogenic diets and muscle growth.
Want to drop the chub quickly but still retain lean body mass? Grab your calculator and follow this formula.
Take this advice from a researcher and bodybuilder.
Fat intake is not a one-size-fits-all deal. Here's why and how to adjust.
Yes, it can work with the right type of training. The effect is small, but if you're fine-tuning your physique it'll make a noticeable visual difference.
The drawbacks of too much butter, bacon, and cheese.
Fructose has a bad reputation. But one source of fructose won't damage the liver, doesn't affect insulin sensitivity, and won't make you chubby.
See this pro bodybuilder's recommendation for dietary fat. Hint: It's the opposite of the USDA.