Eat a protein-rich breakfast. Leptin is good for you. Being an unwavering fan of breakfast for lunch, sometimes it’s important that I often have multiple breakfasts a day. Don’t say you don’t have the time – I’ve seen a buddy suck down 5 hard boiled eggs in as many seconds. So eat your breakfast, champ. […]Learn More
Gatorade makes you fat. Here’s what you should drink instead…
Imagine you just triumphantly returned from a jog through the scorched streets under the 100+ degree summer sun. The rubber on your shoes is so hot it’s sticking to your linoleum tiles, sweat is flying everywhere, and you’re parched. You hobble to the fridge, swing open the door, and reach for an ice cold… Coconut Water? […]Learn More
Thought of the day…
“Your food determines in a large measure how long you shall live — how much you shall enjoy life, and how successful your life shall be.” – Dr. Kirschner, Live Food JuicesLearn More
Are “healthy” foods making you fat?
Some foods that are presumed “healthy” following popular belief are actually fattening. In an attempt to be healthy, you may actually be GAINING weight instead of losing it because of eating these foods… The common potato stimulates a high insulin response when eaten. For this reason, potatoes (russets, reds, and whites) should be limited or […]Learn More
Do You Have Insulin Resistance?
All food, from potatoes to pork, is made up of macronutrients, micronutrients, and water. Macronutrients – proteins, carbohydrates, and fats – are the only food components that provide energy (measured as calories) to sustain life. While some amount of each macronutrient is necessary for normal function, they each play very different roles in fat metabolism. […]Learn More
Are your hormones making you fat?
Bodybuilders, fitness models, and professional athletes are not superhuman from birth. They have achieved a high level of fitness and low body fat by following a very specific and often regimented diet and lifestyle. Like many other experienced diet and fitness professionals, I believe your body composition is 80% diet and 20% training. That means […]Learn More
Does eating on the run make you fat?
“Mealtime” used to mean sitting around the dinner table with family and friends enjoying meals for hours, laughing, relaxing, and carrying on in merriment. Is this what your life looks like, or are you sucking down greasy burritos in the front seat of your car because you have something “more important” to do? Respect your […]Learn More
Are Low-Fat Foods Making You Store Fat?
Contrary to popular belief, the overwhelming majority of independent studies support a high-fat diet for humans. Relative to those who eat a high-carb, low-fat diet, those who enjoy a diet high in healthy fat also encounter a leaner body composition as well as lowered cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure and other heart disease risk factors. But […]Learn More
Are health gurus misleading you?
The low-fat, high-carbohydrate diet sounds great in principle, but it simply doesnâ€™t work. The standard low-fat, high-grain diet is biochemically flawed; it doesnâ€™t prevent weight gain but actually causes it. After decades of fat-phobia, we have witnessed the weight of the American man skyrocket. Today, over 68% of American men over the age of 25 […]Learn More
Do the foods you eat make you HUNGRIER?
Modern food manufacturers have overwhelmed grocery store shelves with foods that are nutrient poor, rotten, spoiled, dead, old, and contaminated with antibiotics, chemicals, and growth hormones. Refining has also brought us spectacularly fattening foods: namely white flour, white sugar, high fructose corn syrup, and industrial seed oils. These fake foods distort your appetite and make […]Learn More