While some seem to have an easy time with weight loss, others can have a real challenge maintaining a healthy weight. Research at the San Diego School of Medicine shows that the key to maintaining weight loss may be as simple as a handful of walnuts.
With the seemingly infinite resources, it's become increasingly difficult to cipher through the chaotic milieu of broscience and dogma littering the information platforms of this industry. Outlining all of the criteria required to effectively and comprehensively assess and evaluate the imparted content in publications is well beyond the scope of this post, and likely my capabilities to do so.
Eating the right food makes all the difference – there are even certain foods that can have an even greater impact on your metabolism and your fat burning ability. If you’re looking to get lean, make sure these seven foods are part of your fat-burning diet plan!
Controlling your appetite and keeping your hunger subsided is one of the hardest things to do when it comes to getting results. Here are 5 ways to tame your appetite - for good!
Gaining strength in a natural way isn’t easy, and it definitely takes a specific kind of training method. However, you can magnify the strength-boosting effects of your diet by eating certain foods at specific times of the day.
You might hear that all fats and carbs are bad, then a few months later you’ll read something entirely different somewhere else - that fats are actually good for you, and carbs can be used wisely to help achieve your weight loss goals. So what’s the answer and who do you trust?
There are many aspects to developing the concept of eating to grow. First, you have to determine just how many calories you actually need to maintain your weight with regards to total daily energy expenditure. Second, you need to consider how active you are in the gym or on your job. Third, you have to adjust your macronutrients (carbs, fats and protein) to meet your individual needs.
Protein might have more ill-founded myths surrounding it than any other subject, probably because it plays such a large role in any nutrition program focused on building muscle. Here are three common myths that you’ve probably heard before – but shouldn’t believe.
For years I have been told to use coconut oil as a healthy alternative to olive oil or canola oil, but I was never quite convinced. The reason why I dispelled my own feelings on coconut oil?
Getting quality lean-muscle gains can be a challenge if you’re not sure how to go about it – you can’t just eat anything! If you’re not careful, you could end up packing on too much fat and not enough lean muscle. If you’re not sure where to start, here are four tips to help you have a cleaner better, mass-gaining season!
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