The China Study: A decent yet terrible book within the same covers

I finally got around to reading the China Study, a 2006 publication from Dr. Colin Campbell and Dr. Thomas Campbell (from what I read, father and son). I mainly read this book as it is the polar opposite of what I believe, and the only thing I like more than screwing with the norm by […]

A Key to Nutrient Partitioning is… Lipoprotein Lipase?

Preface: My revelatory moment I’ve spent the good part of the last month looking for the ‘Holy Grail’ of Cheat Mode. Something that would influence nutrient mobilization into muscle cells and not fat cells. Exercise does this to a degree, and doing the exercise in an insulin resistant state (ie. the evening) potentiates this as […]

A Primer on Protein Powders

A Primer on Protein Protein powders are considered a staple of many person’s supplemental regimens, and for good reason too. Protein powders are cheap, simple, and effective. They can be used for fat loss, muscle building, or for general health. They come in a variety of flavors from a variety of providers and are an […]