All Star Health has an tab under ‘Vitamins & Supplements’ titled ‘Essential Fats,’ but what makes a fat good or bad for you? Naturally we associate fat with weight gain, because the excess weight on our bodies is indeed fat. However, I just want to make sure everyone realizes that the fat on our bodies [...]
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High fiber diets went through their “fad”, but are not to be forgotten. In general, fiber is a carbohydrate in plants that is essential for multiple bodily functions. There are two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble, which take on different roles in your body. For a well balanced diet, you need about equal amounts [...]
Learn about 5 great sprint workouts that you can spread throughout your week and weekends to supplement your cardio and weight training routines.
Learn about 10 powerful nutrition tips on how to stay healthy and look lean.
Discusses the optimal clean bulking diet and tips, tricks and tactics to help you get leaner and bigger at the same time!
Learn the best supplement stacks for losing fat, recommended by an industry expert and put together by AllStarHealth.com
There’s always a craze to lose weight and get in shape as the temperature starts to rise and vacations are planned. The stress of planning a vacation in conjunction with working during the thick summer heat often leaves people restless and too exhausted to workout and too quick to grab fast food for dinner. There’s no [...]
I have a friend who carries CLA softgels in his pocket so he can eat a few with every meal. He claims CLA helps reduce belly fat and has cancer fighting properties. Turns out that he may be on to something…manufacturers and other researchers of CLA products claim that taking it leads to a leaner body mass and may contribute to [...]
Sugar Substitutes just got Sweeter! When is the last time you checked out the label on the last thing you ate? Did you know that a gram is the equivalent of about a quarter teaspoon of sugar? So 15 grams of sugar is the equivalent of eating 3.75 teaspoons of sugar! 10 tablespoons of sugar is what you typically [...]
A recent study challenged some of the concepts behind the diet-and-obesity link and suggests that meal-size – more than calorie intake or feeding frequency – is a key factor in the development of obesity.