While high-protein diets have been a mainstay of athletes for decades, their popularity in the general public has waxed and waned. Could certain populations benefit from mimicking the eating patterns of their healthier peers? In the first installment of this series, we cover the efficacy of high-protein diets for people with type 2 diabetes.
Common perception is that terms like “non-GMO,” “organic,” and “grass-fed,” indicate a food is nutritionally superior to alternatives. However, it’s a bit more nuanced than that. In this article, I take a deep dive into the available science to determine if these foods confer a significant health advantage over conventionally produced options.
Time-restricted feeding is a form of intermittent fasting that has become extremely popular in recent years. While it was originally thought that any unique effects on health were solely attributable to weight loss, there might be more than meets the eye, especially when it comes to early time-restricted feeding. Read on to learn when might be the best time to incorporate an extended fast.
In the second-half of this series, I cover other important factors to consider when trying to select the best time to exercise. I also examine different strategies that may mitigate diurnal variations in physical performance.
In the first-part of this two-part series on the best time of day to train to maximize strength and hypertrophy adaptations, I cover the role of circadian rhythms in our ability to maximally perform certain tasks at different times of the day.
Post-activation potentiation refers to an acute improvement in force or power production. The strategies used to achieve this effect might improve various aspects of sports performance, but what about resistance exercise performance? Find out the answer to this question and more!
Rates of obesity are increasing at a rapid rate and this has coincided with more frequent snacking. Is there any value to this correlation or is it simply statistical noise? In this article, I div into why your snacking habits could be driving unwanted weight gain and increase cardiometabolic risk.
“Artificial sweeteners are bad for you.” That’s about all the general population has to say about the topic, and by golly, they will say it whenever given the opportunity. I can’t tell you the number of times someone has tried to come at my neck for drinking a diet soda. It’s quite fascinating to me… Read more Artificial Sweeteners are Bad for You