The most effective approach for the majority of people is what is supported by science. But, even the best research has limitations.
These Turkey and Kale Stuffed Shiitake Mushrooms are packed with flavor, high in protein, and half the work of your typical stuffed mushrooms. Added bonus? They’re fewer calories too!
The perfect game day appetizer. Pair these crispy taders with your favorite brisket and roasted root vegetable for a full meal.
It’s been demonized and singled out as the cause of the obesity epidemic. But is sugar bad for you? Are all sugars equal? Here’s what science has to say.
Shredding fat and building muscle is a byproduct of adaptation—but too much adaptation means you won’t change. It’s about working that thin line between challenging your body and burning them out. Between getting stronger and plateauing.
The best trainers find that line by using periodization: systematically programming workout routines over the long term through a variety of daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly cycles.
I am dedicated to creating easy meals, simple recipes, and sharing shortcuts that I use in my own kitchen. Today’s shortcut: Frozen Mahi-Mahi fillets.
Bump up your protein at breakfast while still satisfying your sweet tooth with these high protein banana cream pie pancakes.
Adam Bornstein on finding and understanding “your big breakthrough” and learning to explore what holds you back.
Why I love it: Savory heart-healthy fat + vegan complete protein + crisp veggies. Can be used as a side dish or a main feature. Stores well in the fridge for leftovers during the week.
Picking the right plan is less about finding “the one approach that works” and more about finding “the right approach for you.” It’s a lot easier to accomplish if you avoid all of the garbage information that will lead you farther from your goals.
The perfect side dish. Red radishes are packed with vitamin C, are low in calories and make for a light alternative to potatoes.
Some protein sources are better than others, according to science. Here’s how to tell whether a protein is—or isn’t—high quality.