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  • Nutritonal Recovery

    Studies show that engaging in resistance exercise, such as typical bodybuilding workouts, stimulates muscle protein synthesis for up to 48 hours...

    Jerry BrainumSeptember 24, 2009
  • Growth Hormone Secretagogues

    Since GH is quite expensive, an effective oral drug could replace GH injections and even eliminate most current GH-related side effects....

    Jerry BrainumSeptember 21, 2009
  • Food Facts

      Fish in your diet may cut Alzheimer’s risk in half. Just three servings a week will do it: salmon, herring...

    Becky HolmanSeptember 18, 2009
  • Dieting, Aging and Muscle Mass

    Without insulin, all cells would suffer a rather quick death; however, it’s not only a growth factor but an aging factor...

    Paul BurkeSeptember 15, 2009
  • Wheying In

    Some studies suggest that other substances in colostrum ferry intact IGF-1 into the body, where it exerts its anabolic effects. Other...

    Jerry BrainumSeptember 12, 2009
  • Exercise and Sports Nutrition

    I’m frequently asked to recommend an authoritative source of scientific information about sports nutrition. While there are many such sources, most...

    Jerry BrainumSeptember 10, 2009
  • The Energy-Drink Stink

    The effects of Red Bull were examined over three studies in a total of 36 volunteers. The scientists measured a ton...

    Jose Antonio, Ph.D.September 9, 2009
  • Exercise-Induced Testosterone Rises

    Only the high-test workout boosted testosterone above resting values, 12 percent more than the low testosterone trial.

    Jerry BrainumSeptember 6, 2009
  • Alcohol—How Much Is Too Much?

    Studies have shown that drinking alcohol can be good for you—in moderation. It improves HDL, the good cholesterol, and also opens...

    Becky HolmanAugust 31, 2009
  • Tea Therapy

    Dr. Miller’s Holy Tea is an organic, all-natural great-tasting tea that gently cleanses and detoxifies the body.

    Becky HolmanAugust 28, 2009
  • Size Surge

    Many “experts” write off the significant gains made by supplement users as the result of either training itself or the placebo...

    Jerry BrainumAugust 26, 2009
  • Maximum Muscle, Minimum Fat

    The book is packed with insightful information on cholesterol, cortisol, good fats and bad fats—both are anabolic—food for sex and muscles,...

    Becky HolmanAugust 26, 2009
  • Joint Rejuvenation

    Weight training can take a toll on joints. Wear and tear after years of pumping iron can cause aches and pains...

    Becky HolmanAugust 25, 2009
  • Biggest Rage!

    Dark Rage introduces a new technology and an exclusive psychotropic stimulator that can bring you the most insane muscle pumps and...

    Iron Man MagazineAugust 24, 2009
  • Cortisol and Belly Fat

    Does cortisol really force fat onto your midsection, as seen in television commercials?

    Becky HolmanAugust 22, 2009