Stop Being So Fat with Stan Efferding – SuperTraining TV

It’s always keeping it simple. The world’s strongest bodybuilder giving his thoughts. Key takeaway: What’s the best exercise? The ones you like to do What’s the best diet? The one that you will follow. Solution remains the same: eat less, move less. and finding a way of life that’s sustainable …

The problem with the Calorie

So it was supposed to be this simple. Calories eaten less calories burned is the simple formula for weight loss or gain. But for most of us who have experimented with multiple diets, we know that it is absolutely not true. Ask any bodybuilder, even from the 50s, and they …

Omega-3 confusion. So Fish Oil or Flax Seed Oil?

What is Omega-3? We all know it is important yet always so confusing. It is an essential fatty acid that is critical for your body’s systems to run smoothly.  ‘Essential fatty acid’ means that it is necessary for human health, but your body can not make it. You have to get it through food or supplementation. The benefits of Omega 3 fatty acids have now been well established through a number of recent studies.

Nutritional value of food

Apparently in our haste to get as much “food” grown as possible in the smallest amount of space possible does have detrimental effects. Plants are cultivated for taste and hardiness not so much for the amount of nutrients it provides to us. Vegetables, grain, fruit that used to be extremely varied and has seasons are now available all the time.  This does affect us. Our obsession with the instantaneous and needing everything now  in or lifestyle including with our food is causing us issues. In food terms – we need to eat more food than people had to eat in the past in order to get the same amount of nutrients. Yikes!

They’re supplements, not replacements.

Supplements are just that – they “supplement” your food. They were never there to replace  food. If you are not eating whole foods and just using supplements – you are losing out what whole foods can provide.

When To Use Whey Protein

Whey Protein generally is easily digestible. Taking it alone would be absorbed by the body relatively quickly hence you should take whey protein within 30 to 60 minutes after a strength-training based workout. At all other time, you would want to slow down the digestion of the protein by eating it with other foods. For example, if you want extra protein for breakfast, but don’t want eggs, you can add the whey protein powder to some oats, in various pancake recipes.

Whey Protein – an Introduction

Whey protein is a liquid byproduct of cheese production that is sold as a dietary supplement in protein powders and shakes. Whey protein used to be discarded by cheese manufacturers as a waste product.

Fish Oil – Do’s and Don’ts


Fish Oil – truth about it and dosages

I remember being a kid many years back and mom forcing me to have a tablespoon of fish oil. She said it was good for me and it would make me smart. All i remembered was it tasting yucky. Little did i know Mom got it right.

Paleo Diet and Why You Should Tweak It

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