Protein is a subject of debate, and one of the more frequent arguments you’ll encounter in fitness communities. The one consensus, however, is that the USDA’s recommended protein intake is insufficient for an active lifestyle, and most people aren’t eating...
In what should be a bombshell report (though that remains to be seen), researchers at the University of California, San Francisco announced their findings that the sugar industry paid scientists to downplay the harmful effects of sugar on the heart, in...
These days, with the proliferation of smartphones, tracking your calories in (what you eat) and calories out (exercise) has never been easier. It's the first thing I recommend most of my clients do, even if they aren't looking to lose...
In my near-38 years on this Earth, I have never learned to appreciate one of the most popular and commercially successful agricultural products our planet has to offer. Coffee is woven into American social fabric like almost nothing else,...
One of the most frustrating things about health and fitness is the way certain myths persist in popular culture. Often, it's the nature of the news media--new findings are reported widely and with great enthusiasm, but corrections rarely get...