diets

The blood type diet has garnered quite a following since its introduction, but a new study suggests it might not actually work. In fact, it seems maybe we should all eat similar diets.
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A sugar pill that would otherwise exercise no physiological effects, when called by another name, has shown to cure man of all his sorrows. Diets work the same way.
You may have heard of both these diets. Well, I decided to give them both a go. Here's my experience, the theories behind the diets, and what each plan is best for.
Most diets today are focused on fear in one way or another - fear of fat, fear of calories, fear of carbs, and more. Here's how to let go of fear and nourish your amazing body properly.
I’ve been in fitness for a long time now and have seen many trends come and go but none as prevalent and as harmful as that of the current multi-level marketing product craze.
Tired of yo-yo dieting and binge eating? "The Self-Compassion Diet" presents an different way to approach food that is based on the Eastern concept of loving-kindness and mindfulness.
Are you a vegan and an athlete? If so, this one's for you. Here are 9 articles that prove you can build muscle without eating a T-bone steak after every workout.
Cutting calories only works for so long, especially if you're trying to lose fat but keep muscle. Let's take a detailed look at carb and calorie cycling plans and how they work.
Jeremy Scott shares his simple two-week plan to tighten up your mid-section, including his tips for clean, sustainable eating and how to carb cycle for maximum fat burning.
What do you REALLY need to know about food in regards to fat loss? Let's break down what a calorie is, if it makes a difference where it comes from, and the ideal macronutrient combination.
Low carb ketogenic diets might be all the rage, but are they good for athletes? Scientists compare a standard Western diet with a ketogenic diets and the effects on a set of competitive athletes.
I currently eat meat and have been thinking about turning vegetarian or vegan. What are your thoughts? What is the right way to eat in this regard?
Low-carb, low-fat, high-protein - every diet seems to have a theory on what is best for weight loss. But what actually IS best? Science says macronutrient ratios don't matter after all.
Next time you are eating you may want to give the pepper a few more shakes. A recent study shows the main substance in black pepper, known as piperine, can stop the formation of new fat cells.
Portion size has increased over the past few decades and one factor is dishware size. Using math, scientists investigated how dish size affects the potential calories we consume in a single meal.
You want to build muscle, you're intrigued by intermittent fasting, and you keep hearing everyone talk about BCAAs. How can all these things work together? Find out from Clint of CrudeFitness.com.