• What Are Good Carbs? The Best and Worst Types of Carbohydrates
      If you’re trying to get into shape, then you’ve probably heard about the importance of carbohydrates. But what are good carbs? And more importantly, what are the bad carbs to avoid? In this blog post, we will discuss the […]
  • Top 16 Vegan and Vegetarian Foods That Are Healthy and Delicious
    If you are looking for healthy and delicious foods that are also vegan or vegetarian, you have come to the right place. In this blog post, we will discuss 10 of the best options available to you. These foods are […]
  • The 10 Best High-Protein Foods
    We picked out our favorite list of the 10 best high-protein foods to help guide you on your way to a well balanced meal plan. Pick a few below and add them in your high protein diet for solid muscle […]
  • How Much Water Should I Drink?
      How Much Water Should I Drink? The amount of water that you should drink depends on a variety of factors, including your activity level, the climate you’re in, and your overall health. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommends that […]
  • Bodybuilding Meal Plan: Clean Eating for Beginners
    If you’re new to bodybuilding, or even if you’re an experienced lifter, you might be wondering what the best way to eat for gains is. After all, there are a lot of different opinions out there, and it can be […]
  • 8 High-Protein Vegetables
    If you are looking to add more protein to your diet, you don’t have to turn to meat. There are a number of high-protein vegetables that can help you reach your daily goal. In this blog post, we will discuss […]
  • Supplements for Optimal Health – Top Recommendations for Everyone
    Supplements for Every Body | Signs of Deficiency | Get Micronutrients from Food Scraps | How Micros Impact Performance | Greens Supplements | Immune-Boosting Supplements If you are in the health and fitness industry, or just look like you're relatively healthy and fit, you've probably been asked “What supplement should I take to [fill in the goal]?” at some point. There are just too many confused people, wanting to believe the answer lies just one pill or powder away. And there are just as many bad shepherds feeding that misbelief, too. Let's fix that! In one way or another, I've walked countless thousands of people through what you're about to read. This is my “keep it simple and smart” approach to effective supplementation. I'll give you six steps to help you get the most out of whatever supplements you do choose to take, and then my six recommendations for a supplement starter set. Supplement Basics The Benefits of Multivitamins: Why and How Much ..
  • Caffeine Before Workout – Why It WORKS
    Nothing delivers a bigger kick in the pants before a workout than caffeine. It's no wonder that caffeinated pills and drinks are the most common supplement category among bodybuilders, athletes, and gym-goers. Study after study has shown that caffeine can increase alertness, sharpen focus, improve mood, improve tolerance for pain caused by exercise, help burn fat, and help athletes do more work for longer periods in the gym and in sport. In fact, caffeine works so well that, up until 2004, its use was banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency. I know what you're thinking: “Ban caffeine? Yeah right. Everybody uses it!” And that was basically the line of thinking that ended the ban, since a “threshold level” between social use and abuse couldn't effectively be established. Since then, urine samples have shown that more than 75 percent of elite athletes routinely use caffeine during competition. That says nothing of its use among non-athletes at home, at work, or, in some ca..
  • Omega 3 Vs. Omega 3-6-9
    Q. I'm convinced that omega-3 supplements are legit. But, is it best to take omega-3 on its own, or as part of an omega 3-6-9 supplement? I've been getting this question a lot lately. After all, it seems to make sense that getting a variety of healthful and essential fats in one supplement is better than a supplement that is limited to just one type of fat. Nevertheless, my quick answer is to stick with just an omega-3 supplement. The reason isn't a problem with 3-6-9 supplements themselves, but rather with the way most of us eat. The Alpha Omega I'm all about matching up the right supplement precisely to the right athlete and his or her goals. However, if there's one supplement that I recommend for anyone and everyone, it's fish oil, or more specifically, the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). And I mean everyone: your grandmother, your father, your sister, your nephew, and even your kids. Omega-3 supplement..
    Diet is the most important part, PERIOD, so if you are training like mad and taking a ton of supplements, even anabolic steroids or sarms, you will not see the same results you would have if your diet is on […]
    CARB CYCLING Carb Cycling has become very popular in the last 2 decades as a way to trim down while still eating carb meals and maintain muscle. In this post we will walk you through the basic ideas so you […]
    The Six Foods That Work The 6 foods that work gained popularity for a number of reasons. The diet fad game is bigger than ever. Some have a purpose, and others are just people jumping on a ridiculous bandwagon just […]

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