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  • Orange is the new sexy

    Psychologists at the University of Nottingham in Malaysia have found that “beauty smoothies” made of carrots, orange juice, and other sources...

    AdviceIron Man MagazineApril 17, 2016
  • Smash Hunger

    Pectin is a type of soluble fiber found in fruits and vegetables, and it might also be a secret weapon when dieting. A study, presented...

    AdviceIron Man MagazineApril 14, 2016
  • Why Most Diets Fail

    It’s a common observation that most diets fail, but the reason they fail isn’t about the weight loss. In fact, most...

    Burn FatJerry BrainumMarch 7, 2016
  • How to Get Ripped: Part 3 Full Body Training Program

    Here it is Part 3 of the “How to Get Ripped” Training Program. This workout is designed with all compound exercises....

    LatestSharon OrtigasJanuary 21, 2016
  • Training vs Working Out

    Training vs. Working Out In today’s world, working out is a very casual term reserved for people that typically visit their...

    LatestSharon OrtigasAugust 2, 2015
  • Choosing The Right Protein Powder

    One of the most popular supplements in the bodybuilding world is protein. Even if you don’t “fitness” much you’ve probably heard...

    FitnessSharon OrtigasApril 12, 2015
  • Supplement Tidbits

    Quick Thoughts on Supplements I’m frequently asked about what supplements I take. In the next couple of weeks I’ll discuss some...

    FitnessSharon OrtigasMarch 26, 2015
  • Mike Geary July 31st @ 2:00 PM ET

    Mike Geary is the creator of Truth About Six Pack Abs.  He is also an incredible businessman.  Not long ago he...

    Blog PostJohn RowleyJune 18, 2012
  • Energy Drinks and Ankle Injuries

    Q: What’s this I hear about you saying that energy drinks can make law enforcement officers more susceptible to ankle injuries?...

    LatestCharles PoliquinJanuary 31, 2012
  • More D-fense

    Vitamin D seems to be the shining star of the nutrient world lately, and for good reason. It’s been shown to...

    LatestBecky HolmanJanuary 25, 2012
  • Broccoli Compound Selectively Targets Cancer Cells

    Sulforaphane, a primary phytochemical found in broccoli, cauliflower and other cruciferous vegetables, is an inhibitor of histone deacetylase enzymes. HDAC inhibition...

    Anti-AgingRobert Goldman MD, PhDJanuary 24, 2012
  • Deficient-C and Plaque

    Most of us have heard of Linus Pauling. He received two Nobel Prizes—one for chemistry in 1954 and the Peace Prize...

    LatestButch LebowitzJanuary 22, 2012
  • Fiber Fights Fat

    Visceral fat, the fat deep in the belly surrounding vital organs, can be dangerous to overall health. Kristen Hairston, from Wake...

    Burn FatRobert Goldman MD, PhDJanuary 21, 2012
  • Low-Carb Weight Loss vs. Heart Health

    Most diets these days, especially those of bodybuilders, tend to favor low carbs over lowfat plans, the previous trend. According to...

    Burn FatBecky HolmanJanuary 20, 2012
  • Oats Notes

    Many bodybuilders eat oatmeal for breakfast because of its fiber content and slow carb release. According to the June ’11 Bottom...

    LatestBecky HolmanJanuary 19, 2012