If you love deviled eggs but don’t love that you can only have a few before you meet your macro requirements, this recipe will appeal to you. The traditional deviled egg recipe can be pretty calorie dense, but they don’t have to be. I created a healthy version you can enjoy, completely guilt free!
Protein science has advanced to the point where are there are some really interesting products like Velositol® that you can add to protein that doubles the power of protein on muscle protein synthesis to boost your workouts and help you achieve the results in the gym that you are looking for.
Nitric oxide regulation is one of the most studied problems in physiology and medicine, and it’s an issue with far-reaching implications for weight management, exercise performance and overall health.
There is a huge misconception that for a woman to lose weight, she should drop her calories to 1,200 a day. While that might work to initially drop some weight, continuing to have such a low calorie intake can be harmful to a woman’s metabolism.
Not seeing the results you are looking for in the gym? Are you training hard and consistently, is your nutrition on point, yet there is room for improvement? Perhaps some body recomposition is in order.
Consuming a protein supplement after weight training stimulates muscle protein synthesis more than weight training or a supplement alone. But how much protein is enough to stimulate protein synthesis and improve body composition?
Many are still insisting that coconut oil is a healthy food, and that any warnings over it being unhealthy are unfounded. So, to show why the AHA arrived at this conclusion, we decided to take a closer look at coconut oil— and see why it’s now being touted as an unhealthy food.
Science follows certain rules. When we try to sidestep these rules, we may see results for a while— but eating processed foods, whether or not they are advertised as healthy, will show up in ways we don’t want. Here’s some “food for thought.”
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