Fat burners do burn fat. But maybe not in quite the same way as you think. Here we’re answering one of the most controversial questions in supplements: do fat burners even do anything?
If you’re sedentary and trying to lose weight, there’s a case to be made for limiting carbohydrate intake and increasing fat. But if you exercise regularly, and especially if you’re interested in gaining
When looking for “advanced” guides to fat loss, the words “carb cycling” often appear at the top of the list. This isn’t a strategy that’s usually recommended for people struggling with obesity or
Experts are pretty sure that chili peppers evolved their spiciness as a defense mechanism to keep them from getting eaten. But somewhere along the line, humans decided they love the feeling of their
Caffeine is already the most widely used stimulant on Earth, and in the United States alone it’s estimated that 90 percent of people consume it every single day. So when research started suggesting
You can try and increase your fat oxidation, you can try and exercise more, but the boring yet undeniable truth is this: weight loss comes down to consuming fewer calories than you burn.
We take mixed martial artists seriously and when they’re recommending a fat burner, our ears perk up. Today, we’re going to discuss Instant Knockout, a fat burner product that could actually help to
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
Fifty percent of the Standard American Diet’s calories comes carbohydrates, 13 percent from added sugar, 6 percent from sugary drinks, and eighty-seven percent of Americans don’t eat enough vegetables.(1) About 35 percent of
Whether you’re a strength athlete or a bodybuilder — in fact, even if you’re neither — there’s an extremely good chance that at some point in your life you’ve wanted to lose fat