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‘How much protein should I eat?’ Choose the right amount for
fat loss, muscle, and health.
The real story on the risks (and rewards) of eating more protein.
Will too much protein damage my kidneys? Cause cancer? Reduce my lifespan?…
Case study: The Biggest Loser
Is it impossible to sustain weight loss in the long term?
"Will decades of dieting mean a broken metabolism?" It's a common anxiety.…
Are GMOs bad for your health?
If you're asking this question, you're probably missing the point.
GMOs are such a hot topic nowadays. With so many people debating…
Intermittent Fasting for women:
Important information you need to know.
Some women who try intermittent fasting experience missed periods, metabolic disturbances, and…
Fish oil and omega-3 fats:
How to be safer with your supplements.
Everyone knows that fish oil is awesome. It’s full of omega-3 fatty…
Is your ability to eat carbs determined by your genes?
Ever wonder why some people can eat bushels of bananas without gaining…
Cardio vs. weights:
Which is really better for fat loss?
Contrary to recent headlines, aerobic exercise alone is not a recipe for…
Weight loss & hunger hormones:
Why "willpower" may not be your problem.
Short-term very-low-calorie dieting disrupts powerful hormones that control appetite, hunger, and satiety…
Fast vs. slow whey for protein synthesis
Whey protein digests quickly while casein digests slowly. In this experiment, researchers…
Weight lifting improves blood pressure
A program of regular weight training decreased blood pressure in middle aged…
A calorie isn't a calorie
When is a calorie not a calorie? When it's from whole versus…
Leptin, ghrelin, and weight loss.
Here's what the research has to say.
Leptin and ghrelin are hormones with important roles in regulating appetite and…