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  • 5-diet-tips-that-work-for-everyone-weight-loss

    5 Diet Tips That Work for Everyone – Weight Loss

    Will this help me lose weight? It depends. That’s a very common answer to most questions in nutrition. But don’t despair. There are some tips that should work for almost anyone, at least that’s what the sum of scientific research suggests. Let’s take a look…

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    5 Foods That Naturally Boost Testosterone

    Do you want to recover well after exercise and grow muscles easily? Do you want to lower your overall disease risk, improve body composition, and have better sex? No, this is not an infomercial. You can actually have all of this if you just manage…

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    Foods for Riding: Are Nuts Making You Fat?

    Nuts are generally considered a healthy and nutritious addition to any diet. They are very high in calories though. Can they be making us a bit rounder around the waist, though? How many of them should we eat? Let’s look at what the current research…

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    Meat – To eat or not to eat?

    What are the pros and cons of eating meat? We know from previous articles how important meat quality is, how it relates to risk of developing disease, and what bad habits to avoid when eating meat regularly. Now it’s time to evaluate: is meat worth…

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    6 Nutrition Tips from Tour De France Cyclists

    Nutritional challenges of a one-day race differ wildly from those of a three-week Grand Tour. Athletes need to repeat good performances day after day, maintain weight, and recover overnight. The fueling plan has to cover not only the time spent on the bike but also…

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    How to Make Friends with Fat

    There has been an anti-fat crusade for the past 50 years, so it’s no surprise our relationship with it is full of doubt and mistrust. A lot of people still regard labels like “low-fat” as a sign of a healthy choice. That needs to change!

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    Think Quality, Not Quantity

    How much food is the right amount? How to be well nourished, have a healthy body composition, and not overeat? Media tells us that it’s simple: just eat less and exercise more. Sounds bulletproof, right? As with most things, the devil is in the details.