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Is Beer Actually a Good Post-Workout Drink?

Working out is typically an invigorating, cathartic experience and after winding up and sweating your guts out, many enjoy winding down with a cold beer and a gym buddy or two. So when


5 Things Most Athletes Miss About Digestive Health

If you’re concerned about PRs and muscle gain, it might not make sense to hear that digestive health should be a priority. Maybe you’re young, or you never experience indigestion, or you’re already


Is a Low Fat Diet Really Ideal for Athletes?

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

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Does Caffeine Really Cancel Out Creatine?

Every athlete is looking for an edge. Caffeine is the most widely used stimulant on Earth — it’s estimated that 90 percent of Americans consume it every day — and creatine is the

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Are Beets the Ultimate Pre Workout Food?

If you’re in the market for a pre workout, there’s a good chances you’ve seen the letters N.O. emblazoned on many a tub. (Usually surrounded with terms like “insane pump” and “extreme performance.”)

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Does Cayenne Pepper Really Burn Fat?

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

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Does Caffeine Actually Burn Fat?

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


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