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Contraversial Food Coloring Found In Protein Powder
Contraversial Food Coloring Found In Protein Powder

The sports nutrition industry — and protein powder specifically — is full of misleading labels and exaggerated claims to what the product can actually do. The team at Reviews.com spent weeks researching the industry, consulting fitness and health experts, and examining the nutritional content of nearly 700 protein powder formulas. Ultimately, they determined that wholesome Read More…

10 MASSBUILDER High Calorie Foods For Skinny Guys
10 MASSBUILDER High Calorie Foods For Skinny Guys

If your main goal is to get bigger and stronger, then it really doesn’t matter how much effort you’re putting in at the gym, which specific types of foods you’re eating, which supplements you’re taking. If your daily calorie intake is not landing in the proper range, you’re just not going to make any real Read More…

Best Muscle Building Foods and Nutrition CHART
Best Muscle Building Foods and Nutrition CHART

A high-protein diet is often recommended by bodybuilders and nutritionists to help efforts to build muscle and lose fat. Foods that build muscle should not be confused with low-carb diets such as the Atkins Diet, which are not calorie-controlled and which often contain large amounts of fat. It is suggested that bodybuilder should consume a Read More…

11 Top Food To Eat Before Working Out
11 Top Food To Eat Before Working Out

DON’T exercise on an empty stomach. For a standard hour-long workout — lifting, running, cycling — “you need to make sure you have a combination of carbs and protein” to provide a stream of energy during strenuous exercise and nutrients to repair muscle afterward, according to Manuel Villacorta, registered dietician and author of Peruvian Power Read More…

The Different Types of Fat The Healthty and The Bad
The Different Types of Fat The Healthty and The Bad

  A very useful and easy to understand information that we need to know about concerning the different types of fat which are the good, the ugly, and the bad. Adults should get 20% to 35% of their daily calories from fat, according to the 2010 Dietry Guidelines for Americans. Many of us cut the Read More…