Trainer: Gillean Barkyoumb MS, RDN, Product Education Manager By now you have probably heard of the Bedtime Belly Buster (BBB) as the Associate-created phenomenon that is growing in popularity on social media. [...]
Once you reach your weight loss goals, keep protein pacing part of your plan for long-term, sustainable weight maintenance. As a professor of health and exercise sciences and director of the Human Nutrition and Metabolism [...]
The human body is capable of digesting large quantities of protein, but not all of it is used to synthesize muscle. Following a meal, protein digestion starts in the stomach by pepsin in the presence [...]
Have you ever looked at the current recommendations for exercise and felt overwhelmed? One way to reach your fitness goals is by adopting Dr. Paul Arciero’s RISE Protocol.
Recently, I came across this statistic: More than 60 percent of people in the United States (or, two out of three people) make New Year’s resolutions, mostly to get healthier (>85 percent), but only 8 percent are successful in achieving their resolutions!
Gaining weight while losing strength is too often a consequence of getting older. A regular gym routine can help you stay in shape, but even consistent core exercises may not be enough to prevent inevitable muscle weakness and belly-fat gains.
Have questions about how to best use AMPED Protein Bars? Check out our latest video that introduces these bars and how to optimize results when using them as part of your exercise training protocol.
One of the challenges of people reaching their golden years is being able to meet their nutrition requirements, particularly as it comes to protein and vitamin D necessary for supporting muscle and bone health.
In its most recent position stand on protein, the International Society of Sports Nutrition, or ISSN, wrote that exercising individuals need approximately 1.4 to 2.0 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day (1).
Different types of carbohydrates in foods can affect the body in different ways. Net carbs reflect the amount of carbohydrates in a food that are likely to have an impact on blood glucose levels and can be a useful tool for athletes or anyone with specific nutritional goals.