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Popular diets will insist that low glycemic foods and low-carb diets are the keys to weight loss. Here’s why the most important part of the fight against “belly fat” is oftentimes ignored in diet books and articles.
Confused about fat loss? This list of weight loss research and resources challenges popular diet theories on fat loss, weight gain, and belly fat.
Don’t make the mistake of waiting until you don’t feel well to fight illness. Here’s what you can do every day to create your sickness prevention plan.
From the importance of hydration to the power of protein, here’s everything you need to fight off illness (most of the time).
A big reason so many people struggle with diet and exercise is because the majority of diet and exercise books have overcomplicated the real issues.
They avoid tomatoes, non-organic foods, and don’t cook with olive oil. Should you do the same? A top nutritionist shares the truth.
Don’t stress about dessert and booze. Instead, learn how fat loss (and gain) really works so you can build healthier diet plans and eat what you love.
Too much booze. Headaches. Stomach aches. Memory aches. Let’s end them all. This simple recipe, based on nutrition science, is the perfect hangover cure.
Spoiler alert: Protein is not dangerous or a threat to your liver or kidneys. But there are circumstances where you need to limit how much protein you eat.
If you need help creating a better diet, start with protein. This guide tells you what you need, why you need it and the best protein sources for your diet.
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