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  • Up Your A

    Latest information from the United States. Department of Agriculture suggests that 55 percent of Americans don’t get enough vitamin A. Most...

    LatestBecky HolmanAugust 4, 2011
  • Hornets, Horniness and Hardness

    Hornet larvae amino acids. I’m sure you’ve heard the trade name VAAM—it stands for Vespa Amino Acid Mixture. Packaged in liquid...

    LatestJose Antonio, Ph.D.August 1, 2011
  • Fruit vs. HFCS

    Thanks to all of the bad news about high-fructose corn syrup, fructose, the sugar in fruit, has gotten a bad rep...

    LatestBecky HolmanJuly 29, 2011
  • Preworkout Punch

    Feeling listless before a workout? Thinking about skipping the gym? Peel and eat an orange. According to the January ’11 Prevention,...

    LatestBecky HolmanJuly 26, 2011
  • Bark Away Biting Aches

    If you have a problem—philosophical or physical—with over-the-counter pain-management drugs, you may want to try a natural pain reliever: willow bark....

    LatestBecky HolmanJuly 25, 2011
  • More Cancer Answers

    The more we learn about cancer, the more we realize that its threat to health is triggered by a weak immune...

    LatestBecky HolmanJuly 23, 2011
  • Nutrition for Beginning Bodybuilders

    Q: You’re a great inspiration and my new role model. I’m 16, and I’ve been wanting to bulk up for two...

    Burn FatJohn HansenJuly 20, 2011
  • Breaking the 500-Pound Barrier with Caffeine

    Q: Will taking caffeine help me break the 500-pound barrier in the squat? A: Sure, if your current max is 499...

    LatestCharles PoliquinJuly 19, 2011
  • Chaos for Cancer Prevention

    We’ve been led to believe that all stress is bad—but that isn’t the case. In fact, getting enough stress can be...

    LatestBecky HolmanJuly 18, 2011
  • BCAAs, Grapefruit and Fat Dogs

    The amount of scientific data on sports nutrition and supplementation is growing faster than a breast-feeding infant. If you blink, you’re...

    LatestJose Antonio, Ph.D.July 17, 2011
  • Balancing Act: Popular Diets Fall Flat

    Statistics show that more than 34 percent of Americans are obese, and both the figures and the waistlines are constantly expanding....

    Diet & RecipesJerry BrainumJuly 16, 2011
  • Honey Nut Barbecue Chicken Fingers

    Taylor Matheny is a Los Angeles–based fitness trainer and chef. She studied sports nutrition while learning culinary techniques and is certified...

    Diet & RecipesTaylor MathenyJuly 13, 2011
  • Food Facts

    Vitamin K has been shown to reduce cardiovascular risk in people by more than 50 percent, according to the December ’10...

    LatestBecky HolmanJuly 11, 2011
  • Need to Lose Bodyfat? Try A Mini-Fast

    While many diets promise substantial bodyfat loss, they all have a built-in negative factor—bodyfat regain. In fact, about 95 percent of...

    Burn FatJerry BrainumJuly 10, 2011
  • Coconut a Fat Burner?

    Despite the proclamations that coconut oil is a saturated fat that’s bad for you, coconut oil is a bona fide fat...

    Burn FatGeorge Redmon, Ph.D., N.D.July 6, 2011