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Evidence-based fitness and nutrition information.


Artificial sweeteners are man-made and not natural, so they must be bad for us, right? Wrong! Here's what the clinical evidence really has to say about the effects of artificial sweeteners in humans (and it's not as scary as you may have been led to believe).
What is the optimal training frequency for hypertrophy? We answer that question and more in this article that reviews the scientific data on working out and building muscle.
Creatine is by far the most popular muscle-building supplement. We're here to answer all your questions regarding creatine and its effectiveness for building muscle, boosting performance, and improving body composition.
Plant proteins can be just as good as animal proteins for growing bigger, stronger muscle. You just need to make sure that you're getting plenty of it, and from plenty of different sources, since the quality between plant and animal protein isn't quite the same.
Choosing a pre-workout supplement can be difficult, especially with all of the overhyped claims companies make around their products. In this article we breakdown what to look for in a quality pre-workout supplement.
There's a lot of misleading information out there about fat loss, which can make the topic of losing weight really confusing. But fat loss really boils down to one simple concept: calories. Let's talk about energy balance, aka what really matters for losing fat.
Looking to make muscle gains? Here are ten training rules to follow to maximize muscle growth and get well on your way to bigger, stronger muscles.
If you're looking to build muscle and get jacked, you may have found yourself avoiding cardio and the treadmill in the fear of cancelling out your muscle growth from strength training. Luckily, those fears are generally unwarranted.
It's a long-standing assumption in the fitness world and beyond that carbohydrates equal weight gain. But taking a closer look at the research reveals that carbs aren't the villain they're made out to be, and that there are way more factors at play.