The Top 10 Nutrition Articles of 2014
Nutrition plays a big role in getting fitter and stronger, but it can get complicated. Our nutriton team went above and beyond in sorting through this year's important topics. The top articles cover everything from carb cycling, to supplements, to energy bars.
Here are the top ten nutrition articles from 2014, counting down from number ten to number one:
By Eric C. Stevens
Trainers often eat bars to energize workouts or as meal replacements. Eric C. Stevens questions that practice.
By Craig Marker
When it comes to nutrition, there are no simple solutions. Craig Marker examines nutrition research and some of the predominant trends.
By Katie Chasey
Soaking foods is an easy way to access key nutrients. Katie Chasey gives three recipes to try.
By Spencer Nadolsky
Coach Spencer Nadolsky recommends four supplements to help you feel and lift better. Are you taking them?
By Bret Hamilton
You are in control of what you put in your mouth and the amount of exercise you do. Coach Bret Hamilton gives his advice for owning your nutrition, regardless of body type.
By Kevin Cann
The use of antidepressants is up 400% and Alzheimer’s disease costs the US $100 billion annually. Nutrition expert Kevin Cann explains how that relates to food.
By Doug Dupont
Does alcohol affect strength training? And if so, how? Doug Dupont reports on a 2014 study that addressed those questions.
By Eric Bach
By maximizing the anabolic power of insulin with carb cycling, it’s possible to shed fat and build muscle simultaneously. Coach Eric Bach explains how to do it.
By Kevin Cann
The official USDA food pyramid is actually the opposite of the food pyramid proposed by the USDA nutritionists. Kevin gives some history and his own advice.
By Tom Kelso
Tons of controversy exists regarding the poor carbohydrate. Coach Tom Kelso takes a look at the facts to make sense of it all.