We all know even the blind squirrel gets a nut every once in a while, and Dr. Oz supports this grandparent-wisdom by actually making the theoretically sound suggestion of using Raspberry Ketones for fat loss, albeit buried amidst a pile of nutritional quackery per usual.
Tags: belly fat, dr oz, fat loss, l carnitine, nutritional quackery, raspberry ketone, raspberry ketones
Lots of interesting new research published in the past few days, I’m just going to bundle it all up here and encourage discussion in the comments section instead of dissecting it all myself. Read it, and tell me what you think. Now.
Tags: alpha yohimbine, black pepper exctract, chlorogenic acid, fat loss, green coffee bean extract, hordenine, piperine, raspberry ketones
Awesome new product from the good people at Genomyx, they even had the foresight to hire me to do their write-up.
Genomyx is proud to introduce its newest revolutionary product, a scientifically sound, truly advanced fat loss formula.
Pretty much everything in this country is run by the pharmaceutical industry. They have unlimited power and zillions of dollars to convince the general public of anything they want, and they don’t like it when over the counter (OTC) supplements steal their thunder with effective products that can’t be prescribed by a doctor.
Tags: fat loss, fish oil, lovaza, omega 3s
As I’ve discussed previously, taking antioxidants before, during, or after exercise is not a smart move (with few exceptions). Yet most popular peri-workout supplements designed to be taken at these times continue to include significant doses of Vitamin C, Vitamin E, NAC, and other conditionally detrimental antioxidants. For a more in depth review of why this is a bad idea, see my article here.
Tags: bosu balls, stability balls, stability workouts, swiss balls, unstable surface training
Despite it’s popularity, unstable surface training makes people weaker and slower, and actually activates LESS muscle fibers than doing the same exercises in a stable environment, “core” or otherwise. There’s quite a bit of research on this subject; many more studies like these, but I don’t want to spend a lot of time on this because after awhile it’s like making fun of a handicapped kid. So here’s a few examples.