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  • High Hopes

    Scientists are calling on the government to increase the recommended daily intake of vitamin D to 2,000 international units.

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDMay 15, 2009
  • Food Facts

    Folate, or lack of it, is linked to depression in new research. If you’re feeling down, you may want to supplement...

    Becky HolmanMay 3, 2009
  • New Studies From the ISSN Conference

    The focus of the annual meeting of the International Society of Sports Nutrition is the lectures given by highly qualified experts...

    Jerry BrainumApril 9, 2009
  • Muscle-Science Study Haul

    A Good Day at for Bodybuilding-Related Research.

    Jerry BrainumMarch 16, 2009
  • Anabolic Yogurt?

    Research suggests that calcium and vitamin D can spur increases in muscle size and strength.

    Jerry BrainumFebruary 6, 2009
  • Green Tea to Get Lean

    In a recent study a group of researchers managed to separate the normal fat-burning effects produced by exercise and compare them...

    Jerry BrainumDecember 11, 2008
  • Tea Off on Joint Pain

    You probably know that vitamin C helps build collagen, which strengthens joints, tendons and ligaments. You may also have heard that...

    Becky HolmanSeptember 29, 2008
  • Vitamin D May Help Slow Aging

    A vitamin made when sunlight hits the skin could help slow down the aging of cells and tissues, according to researchers. A...

    Robert Goldman MD, PhDApril 29, 2008
  • The Perricone Weight-Loss Diet

    Taking omega-3s isn’t Perricone’s only supplement recommendation. He discusses others that are familiar to bodybuilders, such coenzyme Q10, alpha lipoic acid,...

    Becky HolmanJanuary 25, 2008
  • Anabolic Firestarters

    The reason that a trace mineral is required in extremely small amounts is that it serves as a coenzyme, permitting the...

    George Redmon, Ph.D., N.D.January 17, 2008