Are you at war with your weight loss? Are you struggling through an uphill battle to control your appetite and carb cravings? Does it feel like your brain and body are sabotaging your success? Chromium Picolinate is the Trojan Horse you need to finally be victorious.
So you’ve decided to hop on the ketogenic bandwagon. I don’t blame you. All the research is overwhelmingly in favor of cutting carbs. A huge collection of clinical studies show an incredible variety of health benefits… but let’s be real, you’re in it for the fat loss. There is more than one way to keto. Let’s find the one that is right for you.
Giving up carbs to get lean? Odds are you’re battling some serious cravings. Achieving a state of Ketosis requires you to give up all those sugary treats you have grown to love, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a little sweetness in your life. I’ve selected 3 recipes from The Ultimate Bodybuilding Cookbook that will satisfy your sweet tooth and keep you on track to your goals. Simple enough for the most novice chef and fast enough to whip up in a hurry when your feeling “hangry”, these recipes will work right into your new low-carb lifestyle.
From ancient times to the modern era, pomegranates have been the gem of the fruit world. Extremely high in antioxidants, the health-promoting potential of pomegranates exceeds other sources. In this article, I’ll explain why pomegranates are so darn good for you and outline all the miraculous benefits for your body. And best of all, I’ll show you how to peel one without making a juicy mess.
Pomegranates are such a powerful fruit. The overwhelming amount of antioxidants pomegranates offer have many incredible advantages on your performance, appearance, and health. But, my personal favorite reason to eat pomegranates is simple… they are delicious! Here are 3 easy recipes to help incorporate more miraculous pomegranate into your diet.
Kendall Lou Schmidt isn't content to be fit. This bikini competitor and fitness model shares the fit life with everyone she comes in contact with as a group fitness instructor!
Want to host a healthy dinner party, but don't know where to start or what to make? We have your answer: 4 delicious gluten-free recipes for your very own Italian dinner party!
This pork tenderloin is full of flavor, not calories. It's guaranteed to make your mouth water and your hungry muscles happy!
This quick and easy turkey satay recipe is the perfect addition to your healthy meal plan. It's tickle-your-taste-buds yummy and packed with clean protein!
This delicious shrimp recipe is big on protein, flavor, and bang! Bring it with you to a summer barbeque or potluck and watch everyone come running.
Most of us hear the word ''creatine'' and immediately think of muscle gains. Although that's definitely true, creatine also plays an important role in brain function. Here's what you need to know!
Think you should go gluten-free? Here's everything you should know about what gluten is and how it can affect the human body!
Your posture says a lot about your personality. It also says a lot about how your joints and muscles are working. Here's everything you need to know about assessing your postural deviations and how to fix them!
If you're struggling to put on or preserve muscle, you're probably not getting enough protein. Find out how much protein you should be eating and how to easily incorporate more into your diet!
Eating at restaurants is fun, but it can be a clean-eating nightmare. Bring the restaurant to your kitchen! Here are five healthy renovated restaurant recipes.
UCLA researchers found that people with greater muscle mass percentages live longer than those who have less muscle. Here are all the details and what they mean for you!
In this interview I share workout, diet and beauty secrets.
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