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Which Way to The Beach... Body? Evidence-Based Weight Loss Strategies

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It's been said that Americans have more food than any other country in the world and more diets to keep them from it. Diet and fitness trends come and go. Currently we are in a low-carb/high-fat craze, yet for many years it was high-carb/low-fat.
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Myths of Weight Management: The High-Protein/Low-Carbohydrate Diet

National Academy of Sports Medicine
National Academy of Sports Medicine
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Probably more widely debated than any other diet in scientific and consumer literature is the high-protein/low-carbohydrate diet.
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Fit versus Fat – Which Rules Your Health?

Fabio Comana
Fabio Comana
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Can a person be fit, yet also be fat? For most of us, a fair assumption would be to believe (at least initially) that the answer is ‘no’, but when you examine the research on this relationship, and the subsequent effects on mortality rates, there is no ...
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Ergogenic Foods for Performance and Health

Geoff Lecovin 0
In the field of sports nutrition, supplement companies proudly promote their products, claiming that they have the “magic bullet” for weight loss, weight gain and/or performance enhancement. Many of these products are costly, combined with a number of ...
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What’s the Skinny on Fat?

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Fat is probably the most feared and misunderstood macronutrient. It has been erroneously associated with heart disease and conjures up images of going directly from the lips to the hips. Get the latest skinny and science on fat.
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