Bacon is traditionally associated with breakfast, when it’s usually served alongside an egg or two, or as one of the hallmark ingredients of a BLT. But you can find bacon on burgers, in appetizers, on salads, and even covered in chocolate or added to ice cream.
In order for athletes to perform at the top of their game, they must train appropriately. With that, they must also consume a large amount of food which will help fuel their rigorous training regimes.
In a nutshell, the Paleo diet (or, as I like to think of it, the Paleo template—the word “diet” tends to mislead folks into thinking this is nothing more than a temporary weight-loss program) is based on the notion that for optimal health, modern humans should go back to eating real, whole unprocessed foods that […]
From Tim Ferris’s ‘4-hour Body’ comes the Slow-Carb Dieting Guide.
Five of the top myths in fitness and exercise.