protein

In a new study, researchers found a dramatic increase in protein intake didn't have much of an effect.
If you like protein bars for their convenience and flavor, do yourself a favor and get a box of these bars.
Did you know there's no such thing as undenatured whey protein? Or that most protein comes from the same place?
If you’re on the lookout for a complete vegan protein supplement that’s also soy-free, look no further.
A new study suggests high protein intake correlates with reduced frailty rates in the elderly.
If we believe that the USDA’s dietary guidelines are not what is right for us, then what is? Let us take a look at the science and attempt to figure this out for ourselves.
A new research review suggests you probably don't need to eat a whole salmon immediately after your workout. The anabolic window for protein intake might just be bro-science.
If you already get a lot of protein in your diet, a new study suggests you can keep your protein powder money in your piggy bank, because you probably don't need any more.
You might have heard you need carbs after a workout in just the right ratio to protein. A recent study suggests when it comes to protein synthesis, you just need protein.
Bioenergetics by definition means the flow of energy in a biological system. In the human body it refers primarily to the conversion of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into usable energy.
For various reasons, a lot of people use rice protein as a substitute for whey protein. A new study suggests rice-based products might be as effective as whey if the dosage is right.
Scientists examine the idea that high-protein, low-carb diets are bad for your health. Turns out the vegetable-based protein diets had more risk than animal-based protein diets.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: deadlift tips, stretching advice, Tabata workouts, protein, and more!
Science takes a look at two different diets - one low-protein and one high-protein - and discovered the high-protein diet created better blood sugar control and improved cholesterol.
Researchers compared an essential amino acid supplement with the same supplement combined with either carbohydrate or alanine. Turns out all you really need for muscle synthesis is protein.
Turns out you may not need those post-workout carbs. New research shows no difference in protein absorption between those who consumed protein and those who combined carbs and protein.
"Make sure you get enough protein." Seems simple enough, right? If you're an athlete you know it's not so straightforward. Here are 7 articles to help demystify protein.