The multivitamin supplement is a staple in many people’s lives, but is it really necessary? Is it even harmful?
As you can imagine, I get (and answer!) a lot of questions via email, social media, comments on blog posts, and so forth, so I thought it would be fun to add another format to the mix: video.
The “fat burner” is one of the most popular–and profitable–supplements on the market today, with an almost endless supply of options. How can we know which are good and which aren’t?
Just a few years ago, vitamin D was simply known as the “bone vitamin,” and even today many physicians still believe it essential only for bone health. Modern research, however, is revealing that vitamin D’s benefits extend far beyond what we once thought.
Workout supplements aren’t necessary, but the right ones can help you achieve your fitness goals. These are the workout supplements I use and recommend, and in this article, I’m going to discuss the ones I feel are most useful and why, as well as how to take them for maximum effectiveness.
Many people fear that weightlifting regularly is going to cause joint problems sooner or later. Fortunately, they’re wrong…if they take simple actions to protect their joints from injury.