Athlete's Table

Microbiology Lessons From Paleolithic Coprolites

Researchers wanted to know what paleolithic peoples really ate, so they went straight to the source.

DHA Aids Recovery After Intense Eccentric Exercise

DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid, had significant effects on inflammation and muscle damage post-workout.

How Paleo Living Helped Me Overcome Multiple Sclerosis

Today I happily live an empowering life, sharing my MS journey with others. But it hasn't always been that way.

More Protein, Fewer Calories: A Winning Combo, With Reservation

A new study has some pointers for anyone who wants to restrict calorie intake without decreasing calcium levels.

Caffeine Probably Won't Help Your Biceps Get Stronger

Research on the use of caffeine for strength has been a mixed bag. A new study sheds some light on how caffeine affects lifting.

Can Yerba Mate Help You Burn Fat During Exercise?

Yerba mate is known for its effects on metabolism. Does it work during exercise, too?

AMRAP Bars (Product Review)

Looking for a quality snack to fuel your workouts? Read on to learn about AMRAP bars and maybe even win some for yourself!

Eating Clean On the Go: It's All In the Planning

We all have busy lives, but it's not an excuse to eat poorly. Here's how I manage to feed my family of nine with healthy meals.

How to Evaluate Your Training in Terms of Epigenetics

Every little bite of food can alter gene expression and affect health. How can we make this work for us?

Science Examines Why We Supplement and If It Works

Two studies confirmed two things: first, supplement use is common in athletes, and second, the effects aren't always significant.

High, Medium, and Low Protein Diets Put to the Test

How much protein do you really need to maintain or put on muscle mass?

Potatoes Are Not Evil

No food has been more unjustly maligned than the potato. Here's a healthy potato recipe to give you food for thought.

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