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The Top 5 Foods In A Six Pack Abs Diet

The Top 5 Foods In A Six Pack Abs Diet A sculpted six pack isn’t created in the gym; it’s created in the kitchen. Here are the top 5 foods that will help you attain a better composition and lower … Continue reading

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Battle of the Sexes: Fat loss and Training edition

An interesting difference exists between the sexes when it comes to training. During exercise women tend to burn more fat for energy than men, who tend to burn more carbs. Differences in hormonal balances play a role in this. However … Continue reading

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#2 Post of the month: Thermic Effect of Food: Protein, Fats, Carbs, Free Calories!

Thermic Effect of Food: Protein, Fats, Carbs, and Free Calories! In a process called “Thermic Effect of Food”, 30 percent of the calories in each gram of protein ingested is burned off to digest and process that protein. So in … Continue reading

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Are Turkey Meatballs a Healthy, Unprocessed Protein Source?

Are Turkey Meatballs a Healthy, Unprocessed Protein Source? This question was asked of me by a friend of mine who has a problem with gluten and like most people needs to add more unprocessed protein-rich foods to his diet. I … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why A High Protein Diet Is Awesome

5 Reasons Why A High Protein Diet Is Awesome  1. Protein equals free calories Due to a process called the Thermic Effect of Food, 30% of all calories derived from protein is used just by the body to process that protein. … Continue reading

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Carbs, Protein And Their Connection To Weight and Fat Loss

Carbs, Protein And Their Connection To Weight and Fat Loss Carbohydrates like sugar, bread, and grains all raise the hormone insulin, which when persistently high, leads to fat gain. High insulin also drives up the hormone cortisol, which tells the … Continue reading

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#1 Post of the Week: Thermic Effect of Food: Protein, Fats, Carbs, and Free Calories!

Thermic Effect of Food: Protein, Fats, Carbs, and Free Calories! In a process called “Thermic Effect of Food”, 30 percent of the calories in each gram of protein ingested is burned off to digest and process that protein. So in … Continue reading

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