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All posts tagged "insulin"

  • Do Your Hormones Affect Weight Gain and Loss?

    Hormones are chemical substances released by glands in the body to regulate various functions. They can also be produced synthetically or...

    adviceIronManDecember 19, 2022
  • How Does Drinking Alcohol Affect My Muscle Gains?

    Do you already have plans after the gym or for the weekend that involves grabbing a few drinks?   Happy hour...

    AdviceIronManOctober 25, 2022
  • Everything You Need to Know About Simple and Complex Carbs

    Carbohydrates (carbs) are an important macronutrient that provides energy for your body. Carbohydrates can be a controversial topic with weight loss...

    Blog PostIronManOctober 24, 2022
  • Carbohydrate Confusion

    How do we define good carbs and bad carbs? The glycemic index system of ranking carbohydrates remains the gold standard of...

    NutritionAdam M. Gonzalez, PhD, CSCSApril 11, 2016
  • Longer Life In A Bottle?

    A cheap generic drug has recently made headlines for combating obesity, heart disease, and a host of other ailments.

    Anti-AgingBrett Osborn & Jay CampbellApril 5, 2016
  • Fat Burning Superfood Inhibits Insulin

    Move over pomegranate, acai, and noni berry. Another fat-burning jungle superfood is about to join your ranks. The acerola is a...

    HormonesIron Man MagazineAugust 10, 2015
  • The Power of Goals For A New Year

    Goals are your road map to success! “Every year I set a goal: to win the Mr. Olympia or to get...

    Blog PostJohn RowleyDecember 26, 2011
  • Over 35? Here’s 3 Quick Tips From An Age-Defying Warrior

    Aging is the most challenging workout. It stretches our endurance to the limits, and lays bare both the inner strength and...

    Blog PostJon BensonDecember 9, 2011
  • Steroids… the good, the bad and the ugly!

    Sooner or later you are going to be faced with a decision about Performance Enhancing Drugs; Anabolic steroids, hGH, anti –estrogens,...

    Blog PostDavid YoungFebruary 5, 2011
  • 3 Steps to Accelerate Muscle Mass

    Yes it’s possible to stimulate testosterone, growth hormone and insulin to stimulate muscle growth with nutrition, training and supplementation. The challenge...

    Blog PostDavid YoungOctober 26, 2010