The #1 weight loss problem that I help people with is, by far, sticking to their diet. If you have trouble with hunger control when you’re dieting for weight loss, you want to read this article.
Does alcohol consumption ruin hormone levels, strength, fat loss, and muscle recovery? Alcohol and its relation to health and fitness is a tricky subject. In small amounts—a drink or two a day—it has potential health benefits like improved insulin sensitivity, cardiac function, and blood lipids (fatty substances in your blood, which when lowered, reduces […]
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Many health gurus claim that fruit can cause horrible things in the body due to the sugar molecule it contains, known as fructose. But does the current scientific evidence support this position?
Many people think cardio should be avoided at all costs when trying to build muscle. Are they right?
Do carbohydrates actually cause weight gain and prevent fat loss? The hysterical crusade against carbohydrates has reached a frantic pitch these days. But is it justified?
Athletes were once advised not to lift weights because it would make them stiff and inflexible, and hurt their performance. Does weightlifting actually impair flexibility…or improve it?