Protein science has advanced to the point where are there are some really interesting products like Velositol® that you can add to protein that doubles the power of protein on muscle protein synthesis to boost your workouts and help you achieve the results in the gym that you are looking for.
Many guys end up ruining their diets when trying to incorporate a “day off” or a planned unhealthy meal once a week for a variety of reasons. Here are a few ways you can incorporate a cheat meal in your diet, and at the same time minimizing the damage to your body.
Snacking is a habit we’ve been doing since we were kids, and it follows us into adulthood. We snack at those times when we feel hungry, but not hungry enough for a full meal. But, sometimes our quick ‘snack’ becomes as calorically dense as an entire meal. We tend to forget that a snack should be proportioned as a ‘snack’ and should not become something that fills you up as much as an entire meal.
Brown rice has been a staple of healthy and fitness-conscious diets for years. A new study published by healthybabycereals.org shows that the amount of arsenic contained in rice is staggering, and way above the health limit. While this study was centered around baby cereals— and nearly 105 baby cereals were surveyed – it does point out a very alarming fact.
Eating the right combinations of food after your workout helps ensure your muscles get what they need to recover faster and get you back in the gym sooner. Try these 4 delicious and quick meal combos to maximize recovery and speed up your gains.
Here are 12 tips to keep you from packing on the pounds and help you stay on track this Thanksgiving and the rest of the holiday season.
What is the best way to lose weight? The correct answer is whatever works best for the individual. Of course, there is no ‘one size fits all’ diet, as there are people who have unique metabolic or genetic traits that predispose them to respond differently from the rest of the human herd.
These 10 healthy snack options are all nutritionally balanced and less than 200 calories each. With these choices you can begin your New Year with a snack smart mindset and stay on track with your fitness goals.
If you’re looking for some clarity on what you should and shouldn’t eat, here are four common food myths to look out for.
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