Are your abs hiding under a layer of fat? Have you tried multiple diets plans without success? Getting your midsection lean and trim takes hard work (i.e., a consistent weight training and cardio program) as well as the right nutrition program designed to support recovery and rev up your metabolism.
Protein is the building block of muscle, and if you weren’t aware, it does more than just make sure your muscles are fed! Here are three reasons why you need more protein in your diet.
Do you feel like you are ALWAYS hungry and aren’t sure why? Hunger can be the result of a number of things, from your diet to your hormones to the amount of sleep you get. Here are 7 reasons you may not be aware of and what you can do to help quiet your hunger and lose weight!
Most diets focused on fitness recommend a diet that is low in carbohydrates, high in protein and moderate in fat. There is plenty of research to link low-carbohydrate diets with weight loss, reduced blood glucose levels and increased HDL or good cholesterol. Not to mention, low-carb diets can produce some pretty awesome results when it comes to your physique transformation.
When hormones are disrupted, cravings can go haywire! Ever wonder what’s causing your sugar cravings? Read on to find out!
Eating the right food combinations—high protein, lower sugar and healthy fats—will help ensure your body can build muscle, recover faster and keep your metabolism accelerated. Try these five food combinations for the ultimate metabolic kick-start!
If you’re not paying attention to what and how much you’re eating, you could be hindering your ability to fully recover and maintain or build muscle. Keep reading to find out if you’re making these mistakes and learn how to resolve them.
Food intolerance tests have become a popular trend as of late—touted as being an effective means of determining your food sensitivities and which foods you should avoid in your diet.
I am always looking for the latest advancements in supplementation and nutrition. So when I received AML’s POSTWORKOUT product, I was excited to get myself in the gym and give this product a go!
Ever wondered why after exercise you can often feel less like eating? That’s because exercise elicits a serious of positive effects on your body and your metabolism that cannot just burn calories and fat, but also improve mood and effect appetite. If you’re wondering how HIIT can help you, keep reading.