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Category Archives: Nutrition

Drinking and Training: Does Alcohol Kill Your Gains

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If his autobiography is to be believed, Arnold Schwarzenegger partied (a lot) in his bodybuilding heyday. Beer and wine were most certainly involved. It has even been rumored that he used to pep up his protein shakes with rum. Arnie is one of the most successful bodybuilders of all time, so perhaps there is some […]

7 Foods That Happy People Eat

Virginia Woolf said that “one cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” Food has an incredible capacity to make us feel good. It’s not just about flavour and the feel-good factor. Food contains micronutrients that can impact on the way our bodies and our brains function. A survey by the Food and […]

Coffee & Deadlifts: How Caffeine Can Boost Performance in the Gym

Black metal + black coffee + deadlifts; are there three finer things in life? Okay, black metal might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but caffeine, I think we can agree, is one of the most widely used and socially acceptable stimulants in the world. It is used by many athletes (both recreational and professional) […]

Want Muscle? Don’t Forget To Eat Your Yolks!

Eggs and muscle building have long been linked. Everyone is familiar with the cringe-worthy portrayal of a muscle-laden man slamming down a glass of raw eggs on workout day. While this image has fallen into the realm of being a stereotype, there is some truth behind the unusual snack and building muscle. The ‘raw’ part […]

Danger in a Can: Are Energy Drinks Safe?

The traditional pick-me-up drink has always been coffee. It provides a quick wake-up and keeps us from feeling groggy. For most, a cup of coffee is more than enough to stay alert. However, the bitter, fragrant drink has slowly been nudged out of the way and replaced with canned energy drinks. It’s now common to […]

How To Cure Sugar Cravings For Good!

So What Causes sugar Cravings? Many people have a sweet tooth. It’s almost impossible to not be fond of it on some level, because we are biologically designed to crave it.  Not to mention eating it literally gives us a temporary high. Sugar causes the release of endorphins and that gives us a small buzz […]