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How to Avoid Extremes and Sensationalism in the Worlds of Diet and Fitness


Obsession is now the norm, excessive restriction is now considered necessary, and orthorexia is at its peak. It’s really too bad, considering the longest lived societies on earth don’t care so much about the composition and arrangement of their diet. They’re focused on their family, their community, their social lives, and their work. They’re not […]

Is High Fructose Corn Syrup Bad for You? Lies vs. Evidence

is high fructose corn syrup bad for you

Over the past couple of years, there has been much debate among the scientific community and laypeople about the dangers of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). Unless you’re a big time hippy-like Amish living on a different planet (no offense, of course), you know that high fructose corn syrup is almost unavoidable at this point […]

Self Improvement and Motivation: Becoming a Stronger You


“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” ― Ernest Hemingway I’m somewhat of a self-improvement junkie. Brian Tracy, Anthony Robbins, Earl Nightengale, Zig Ziglar. I consider self improvement and motivation to be sciences, much like fitness and nutrition. Like any fitness or diet journey, […]

The Real Shortcut to Six Pack Abs: Knowledge is Power


Note: a bit of profanity in this post. Just a warning so you’re not surprised Before the end of this post, you will know the real shortcut get a ripped six pack in five minutes!!! Read on to find out, trust me, you will be shocked!!!! Here’s the shortcut: understanding that there is no fucking […]

Weekly Dose of Knowledge Bombs


Looks like it’s time for another addition of weekly knowledge bombs. Damn, this week went by fast! Anyone plan on watching the UFC fights tomorrow night? Let me know in the comments, and hit me with your predictions. Alright, back on topic. I’ve got an awesome collection of articles this week (as always), and these […]

3 More Training and Diet Myths Exposed


Nowadays, it seems that beliefs surrounding the fitness and nutrition world are based more upon fallacies, fairy tales, and pseudoscience rather than hard, relevant, valid scientific evidence. This kind of belief system is misleading, and it’s frustrating to watch more and more individuals fall into the traps of an industry based around scams and gurus […]

Weekly Dose of Knowledge Bombs


I’ve got a great collection of articles for you guys today, and blah blah blah… Let’s get right to it. 1. Why Calories Count by Armi Legge It seems to be a recurring theme in my collection of weekly knowledge bombs, and Armi drops another big one in his post titled Why Calories Count. Don’t be […]

My Journey Across Dietary Ideologies, Where I Am Now, and Lessons Learned


“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” - Lao Tzu Note: this post is quite ranty, but it should provide you some great insight into the world of dieting methodologies. I used to be confused. Quite frankly, I used to be quite stupid. I used to be the very person I criticize nowadays. […]

Weekly Dose of Knowledge Bombs

weekly knowlegde bombs

Hope you’re all having a great week so far. I’m coming back at you today with another addition of weekly knowledge bombs from some of the brightest minds in the industry. So, let’s let their work do the talking, shall we? 1. The Truth About Fattening Foods: They Don’t Exist! by Jordan Syatt The idea […]

The Aspect of Dieting that Matters Most: Clearing Up Some Misconception


Note: This post is going to be quite ranty, as I sort of used this as an outlet for some pent up frustration, and I felt like it would make an interesting blog post. In the light of some of my previous posts about my approach to diet and why I eat the way I […]

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