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Why Protein? by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 25 Nov 2009 4:35am The Power of Protein It’s essential to the growth, repair, and maintenance of all body tissues. It’s also required for making enzymes - catalysts essential to all life processes, and hormones - powerful chemical messengers that circulate through your bloodstream to specific target cells, where they generate a wide range of biological responses ... Read on »
Why Protein? by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 23 Nov 2010 10:40am The Power Of Protein It’s essential to the growth, repair, and maintenance of all body tissues. It’s also required for making enzymes – catalysts essential to all life processes, and hormones – powerful chemical messengers that circulate through your bloodstream to specific target cells, where they generate a wide range of biological respo ... Read on »
The Truth on How Much Protein You Really Need Per Day to Build Muscle by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Mon 09 Nov 2009 10:00pm How muchprotein do you REALLY need per day to build muscle? Chances are that you may be actually overeating. But how much is enough to help maintain and build muscle?  Is there a limit per meal that the body can use? Lets get started with 2 more recent studies that currently have many high protein eating bodybuilding communities panicking….. ... Read on »
Does Insulin Deserve A Bad Reputation? The Low-Carb Experts Weigh In by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 09 Dec 2010 5:57pm Insulin is a dirty word for most people who are livin’ la vida low-carb because so many of us believe it is the major hormone responsible for making us fat, sick, and old. I’ve literally interviewed and spoken with hundreds of people who have pointed the finger of blame at excessive insulin production being one of the leading causes of obesit ... Read on »
New study on protein and weight is interesting, but let’s get to the nub of the issue… by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 05 Jan 2012 9:24pm There’s a general notion in nutrition that, as far as body weight is concerned, ‘a calorie is a calorie’. In other words, the impact that food has on body weight is ultimately down to the number of calories we consume, and has nothing to do with the form that they come in. However, as I explain in my just-published book, Escape the Diet Trap, t ... Read on »
Experts warn of significant cardiovascular risk with Atkins-style diets by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Wed 27 Jun 2012 10:02pm BMJ Group News Release Although the actual numbers are small (an extra 4-5 cases of cardiovascular disease per 10,000 women per year) the authors say that this is a 28% increase in the number of cases and that these results are worrying in a population of young women who may be exposed to these dietary patterns and fac ... Read on »
Higher protein diets are better for fat loss and muscle preservation during weight loss by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 30 Aug 2013 2:26pm When people deliberately lose weight, usually what they are seeking to shed is excess fat. Unfortunately, evidence shows that a good proportion of any weight lost on a restrictive diet can come from muscle, and this is something that is generally best avoided. One thing that can help here is resistance exercise where the body is moved against a ... Read on »
Best weight loss diet revealed by world’s largest study by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 28 Nov 2010 12:00am KU.dk - The results of the world’s largest diet study have been revealed: If you want to lose weight, you should maintain a diet that is high in proteins with more lean meat, low-fat dairy products and beans and fewer finely refined starch calo ... Read on »
Enjoy the Holidays, Skip the Weight Gain by Marta M. Posted Wed 28 Nov 2012 8:00am Let’s face it: There is a general acceptance you will add few extra pounds during the holidays. But so what? You have worked out the entire year so any indulgences are backed up by your higher total energy expenditure (TEE). It sounds unfair, but no matter how active you are pre-holiday season, you will end up packing on the same extra fat as ... Read on »