protein

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.
There is so much information about protein. That's why I'm here - I'm about as skeptical as they come, so I'm going to give you the simple basics on protein - how much, what kind, and when.
Athletes often go through a strength or bulking phase, followed by a weight loss or cutting phase. The question is how to keep muscle while losing fat. Science looks at one strategy.
One week the news says you're eating too much protein. Another week it says you're not eating enough. Well, now science says you might not be eating enough to build muscle after all.
Looking for a protein powder without all the unnecessary additives, flavors, and sugar? Egg white protein might not be the tastiest, but it is pure, simple, and effective.
After last week when I wrote about how we're all eating too much protein, I kept digging further - this time it's about how to time your protein intake for best growth of lean muscle mass.
You've heard the recommendation - eat 1-1.5g of protein per pound of body weight to build muscle. All strength athletes know this. But now, new science says that's too much.
Perfect Blocks is the perfect supplement for the hard core follower of the Zone Diet. Each scoop equals exactly one block of protein, carbohydrates, and fat.
The fitness world is pretty hip to the use of protein, but researchers have found new and surprising uses for the protein lactoferrin. Increasing oxygen? Boosting the immune system?
Is it better to buy your own shake or buy a pre-made one? And what are you even looking for when picking out a drink or powder? Read on to get the low-down on protein!
If you are looking for a whey protein powder without any chemical ingredients or artificial sweeteners, About Time is a great-tasting option.
Everybody has a theory on how much protein an athlete should eat - but what does SCIENCE have to say about it? Do the recommended amounts make sense for athletes?