- AstromicJosh • December 23, 2015 • (4)
Guest post from Josh Hayward at Astromic Nutrition details how to use "If It Fits Your Macros" to accomplish your fitness goals and still indulge sensibly.
- SRBrandMan • August 27, 2015 • (1)
A massive new study has found evidence that those who even occasionally indulge in alcohol are at an increased risk of developing cancer later on in life. First reported by the BBC, if you're a man who has two drinks each day, or a woman or has one, your risk of cancer increases significantly.
- petey7408 • February 19, 2015 • (2)
People fear carbohydrates way more than they should. If you limit carbs too much, whether it is to prevent fat gain on a bulk, or to expedite fat loss on a cut, you’ll not only be selling yourself short on your diet, but you’ll be diminishing your performance.
- tjfit • February 4, 2015
We all know the kind of people the reader is talking about - the "irritating" people who can finish two to three servings, eat bags of junk food all day, and not gain a pound. I say "irritating" because the rest of us have to watch what we eat and exercise regularly or we start developing rolls of unwanted fat.
- tjfit • January 14, 2015
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- tjfit • January 2, 2015
The "after-six diet" is the modern version of the old saying "eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper". The premise of the diet is that an individual can eat whatever they want and not gain weight as long as it is done before 6:00 PM because calories eaten during the day are not stored in the same manner as calories eaten at night. The "after-six diet" was made famous by sports and TV celebrity, Christine Jacobs, when she lost a substantial amount of weight a few years ago.