The notion that a person can’t be strong without eating meat belongs in the same category as “low fat diets are best” and “jogging is the one ideal form of exercise.” It’s outdated.
The world of nutrition is awash in different diets and it’s safe to say that many of them hinge on rules surrounding what you can and can’t eat: nothing post-caveman for the Paleo
Keto diets have become phenomenally popular, with Google searches related to the term surging by almost 2,000 percent between 2016 and 2018. Halle Berry has done it, Tim Tebow has done it, Vanessa
Winter is here — and for a lot of lifters, that means it’s bulking season. If you’ve been following me on YouTube, you know I’m right there with ya on my quest to
One of the most controversial topics in sports nutrition has got to be soy. The humble, unusually high-fat bean has been a dietary staple in much of Asia for thousands of years and
A new study is one of the few to have looked at the effects of the ketogenic diet on muscle gain and fat loss. If you’re interested in health and fitness there’s no