In: weight loss

Is fruit too sugary? A literature review
December 28, 2018

There seems to be widespread concern that fruit should be avoided due to it’s sugar content. “That’s just like eating a…

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Is Breakfast Really Important? A Review of the Literature
November 16, 2018

“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!” says everyone and their dog with confidence. But is it, and if…

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Does age really affect metabolism and training response?
June 18, 2018

How age affects training and metabolism You’ve doubtless heard people say “man! when I was young I could eat whatever I…

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What you should know about Intermittent Fasting: a review of the science
June 2, 2018

“Intermittent Fasting” refers to a dieting strategy that restricts food intake for extended periods of time at regular intervals. There are…

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“Good” Fat & “Bad” Fat: You’re probably not doing it right
May 25, 2018

There’s been a shift lately in the health industry away from villainizing fat. The new favorite bad guy is carbohydrates. We…

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Misconceptions About Yoga: A Review of the Science
May 21, 2018

First of all, before anyone puts a hit out on me, let me make it clear that I think yoga is…

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The truth about rapid weight loss: why it backfires
April 4, 2018

Understandably, nobody wants their weight loss goals to take longer than they have to. So, fitness marketers flood the web with…

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Winter Weight Loss: Brown Fat, Cold Exposure and Vitamin D
January 24, 2018

Shooting for some winter weight loss? If you’re tough enough, try this interesting way to burn more calories with the same…

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