The last 50 years in fat nutrition advice has centered entirely on the promotion of polyunsaturated fats at the expense of saturated fat. In this article, let us take a closer look at the evidence surrounding polyunsaturated fat consumption.
Articles By: Rani
Following the recent red-meat study, the media is hot on its heels with more alarmist headlines this time about white rice and diabetes risk. But what does the study really show? Is this a serious finding with serious implications? Or just bad science as usual?
Innumerable diets have come and gone over the years, all of them singing the same tune. The Paleo diet on the other hand, has persisted and garnered a real following in diet and nutrition circles. Have we finally stumbled upon the panacea for modern civilization? An analysis reveals the good, bad and downright ugly.
There are still proponents of the HCG diet who refuse to accept the glaring truth and this article seeks to expound the scientific evidence to bury this sham diet for good.
Beta-Alanine, the amino acid that supposedly is the “next creatine” is making huge waves in fitness and bodybuilding circles. Are the high hopes warranted? Current scientific reviews might dampen the enthusiasm a bit.
The evidence and definitive victor in the single vs multiple sets debate has gone through several stages. While the research is not new by any means, this topic still warrants investigation.
The first installment in Disrobing Dogma laid to rest the claim that isocaloric, low-carbohydrate diets are quantitatively superior for fat loss. This time another sorry piece of dogma is buried, that saturated fat causes heart disease.
Low carb nutrition for weight loss is is currently a very popular concept. But is there any scientific evidence that shows low carb or ketogenic diets are superior to others?