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Better Sleep, Better Sex
Women undergoing menopause are the hardest hit by increased problems with sleep and sex.
Is Diabetes Caused by Toxic Fat Buildup?
Further studies into the effects of ceramides will hopefully provide a better understanding of how to prevent these fat cells from increasing diabetes risk.
Nobody is Doomed to be Fat
Don't believe the naysayers who will tell you everything is beyond your control.
The Long-Term Dangers of Yo-Yo Dieting
The "yo-yo effect" can be a lot more harmful for your metabolism than you'd expect.
Better Muscle Beats Other Muscle
Researchers have discovered energy production in muscles is a function of the quality of the mitochondria that power the cells.
Breaking Muscle HQ
Your Muscles Work Better At Certain Times of Day
Your circadian clock determines the best time of day for you to workout.
Breaking Muscle HQ
Avoid the Puke Fairy: How to Curb Nausea in Training
Try these nutritional strategies to keep yourself in check when pushing the limits in your training.
The Carnitine Question: What the Research Says
Whether your focus is aesthetics, fat loss, or performance, research indicates carnitine is a winner.
Tune Up Your Conditioning: A Primer on ATP
Understanding the complexity of how our body creates energy is key to programming for better conditioning.
The Science of Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition: Dissecting the Zone Diet
The Zone diet is a popular means of weight loss, but is it right for you?
You Can Out-Exercise a Bad Diet and Lose Fat
There may be some hope for you. I’m about to explain how you can have your cake and eat it, too.
How to Avoid the Void of Holiday Overeating
Some things to consider before going overboard this holiday season.
Ketone Bodies: A New Supplement Trend for Athletes?
A new study says supplements might be the best way to achieve ketosis.
What Is Brown Adipose Tissue and Why Would We Want It?
What if I told you adipose tissue could actually increase your metabolic function and lower your overall body weight index?
Calorie Burn for Bodyweight Exercise May Be Underestimated
A new study suggests bodyweight exercise might burn more calories than we previously thought.
It's Not Your Metabolism, It's Your "NEAT" That's Stopping Your Fat Loss
The vast majority of people who complain about their slow metabolisms don’t have a metabolism problem at all. They have a movement problem. A lack of movement, that is.
Adiponectin: The Magical Fat-Burning Hormone?
Adiponectin is one of the most abundant hormones in your blood, and one of its roles is fat and sugar metabolism. A new study tried to determine how it's stimulated, with questionable results.
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