Men's Fitness

  • Burn Fat, Stay Healthy, Live Longer

    The Anti-Inflammatory Diet

    Obesity continues to be an increasing epidemic in the United States. An abundance of evidence shows that obesity is caused by a combination of a sedentary lifestyle and poor nutritional habits consisting of high-fat and high-glycemic carbohydrates. However, additional factors play a role in obesity

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  • Old-school Bodybuilding: Carbs Make a Comeback

    There was a time when bodybuilders ate food (gasp!). It is difficult to visualize today, given the prominence of protein powders, energy drinks, and meal replacements in all their manifestions (bars, powders, and drinks). It may be difficult to realize as well that bodybuilding and powerlifting have their roots in the blue-collar community.

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  • The Best Supplements of 2012

    There was plenty of cutting-edge research and breakthroughs on supplements in 2012, so we decided to compile the best of the best. These are the super supplements— the ones that can help you train harder and longer. Consider adding these to your diet regimen!

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  • Whey Protein Results in Higher Fat Oxidation and Lower Appetite Than Egg Albumin

    New research further extends the benefits of whey protein for decreasing body fat. Researchers reported in the journal Obesity that whey protein could increase fat oxidation and reduce appetite more than...

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  • Top Protein Supplements - Why Whey Ranks Among Them

    Whey protein is more than just a protein, and does a whole lot more than just enhance protein synthesis. In fact, whey protein is one of the best supplements for muscle gain and recuperation, according to research.

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  • The Best Fat-Loss Diet For Women and Men

    Dan Gwartney, MD

    The Diet Plan That Burns Fat and Promotes Health

    Research on the Mediterranean diet indicates that it’s the best long-term fat loss diet for women. The diet’s appetite-suppressing and metabolism-boosting properties have induced weight loss in overweight individuals, but the diet also comes with many unrealized health benefits—

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  • Drink More Water to Lose Weight

    Losing weight is difficult, which is why 95 percent of people gain back lost weight from dieting within a year and then some. Some of the simplest things can help you solve the most complex problems.

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  • Eat More Fish for Weight Loss and Good Health

    More than 66 percent of Americans are obese or overweight. Excess fat is unattractive and can lead to heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and premature death. It is little wonder that gym memberships soar in January and February.

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  • Ketogenic Diets Cause Muscle Loss

    Bodybuilders and image-conscious people diet to lose fat, and they exercise to tone and build muscles. Unfortunately, most dieters lose both body fat and muscle mass because of extreme caloric restriction, excessive cardio, and unwise use of stimulant-based weight loss products and thyroid hormones.

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