There are so many different diets out there, from the classic Atkins to Ketogenic, Vegetarian, Vegan, and even the Raw Food diet. Well here’s another to the list: Pescatarian (pronounced: pes-kah-tear-ian). There’s nothing fancy about this, it’s simply a vegetarian diet that allows for fish and other aquatic animals. MMA fighters and UFC fighters as well as those who train in combat sports know all too well about the importance of a complete diet with nutrients and proteins to stay healthy, vitalized, and strong – we break down how you can be a lean, mean, fish grilling machine with the pescatarian diet for MMA.
Everyone knows the negative effects of junk food on your body and mind, but why is it so popular, and why do we keep eating it? We’ll talk through what junk food is, the negative effects, and 3 main reasons why junk food is tempting.
Doing pull-ups every day because we’ve seen it in a Rocky 6 montage might look great but is it good to do? Some variation of a pull-up should be in your workout routine, but to do it every day goes against a lot of the science. The old saying “less is more” is highly relevant in answering this question. In short, you probably shouldn’t be doing pull-ups every day if your goal is strength, muscle growth, endurance, or to do more pull-ups!
The legendary McDonalds Sausage McMuffin with Egg is a breakfast meal we all know and love. Although it’s high in saturated fat, and carbs – it’s not the worst meal on the menu. So how many calories in a McDonalds Sausage with Egg McMuffin? The answer is, it really depends where in the world you are!
It feels like every week there’s a new fad diet or dieting myth about what you should eat for six-pack abs. Today we’ll jump into the science to answer the question “are negative calorie foods real?”