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Intermittent Fasting For Weight Loss: Fasting Myths Debunked

  Intermittent fasting (also known as IF) is becoming increasingly popular among people who are looking to lose weight and fat, and even among those who are trying to build muscle and optimize their body composition. (Whether you plan on starting an intermittent fasting program or not, following a proper...

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Can I Follow IIFYM if I have a medical restriction such as PCOS, Diabetes?

We've had thousands of clients with medical restrictions. Counting macros isn't just for those with a clean bill of health. Macro nutrients make up everything that you consume. The nutrients your body needs don't change due to your medical dietary restriction. You'll just need to pay closer attention to what...

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6 Ways You Can Optimize Muscle Soreness Recovery

  Muscle soreness recovery after a workout is often overlooked by many fitness professionals, athletes, and bodybuilders. For many, they place large amounts of focus and preparation on getting to the gym, optimizing supplement timings, pinpointing every meal and macro but then forget to optimize a key pillar in sports...

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Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Type-2 Disease

  (Always consult your physician before starting a new diet. This includes using the recommendations from our macro calculator.) In the epidemic of non-communicable diet and lifestyle disease, type-2 diabetes [“diabetes”] has emerged as a particular scourge: the leading cause of death under 60-years of age, and an annual cost...

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Is Working Out While Sick Detrimental To Your Health?

  Waking up grumpy, achy and a nose running more than a broken faucet, only to end up working out anyway (because gainz) sounds quite admirable. Nothing’s going to stop you from sweating your way to an even better version of yourself. Yeah, that sounds cool until you’re “that person”...

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