The "protein-first" method is a new, alternative, and most important - ultra simple - way of setting your macronutrients, aka "macros" - protein, carbohydrate and fat - that many nutrition coaches are starting to [...]
In the first part of "Clean Eating And Orthorexia" I described the growing obsession many people have with eating only the purest, healthiest foods, aka "clean eating." You'd think that nothing but good would come [...]
Clean eating has no official definition, but it’s usually described as avoiding processed foods, chemicals, preservatives and artificial ingredients. Instead, clean eaters choose natural foods, the way they came out of the ground or as [...]
It’s incredible that I’m reprinting this article about low carb diets that I originally wrote in 2004. Yet it’s no surprise either that this has become relevant and worth sharing [...]
If you've ever been confused about what to eat for fat loss and health, you're not alone. No subject has been over-complicated more than "what should I eat?" Fortunately, there's no subject more easily simplified... [...]
Should you eat more fat? This post will not only answer that question, you'll also learn how dietary fat fits into the macronutrient tracking and meal planning system used in bodybuilding and fitness diets. These are diets designed to build muscle and burn fat...
Cheat meals have always been a hot topic. After all, who wouldn’t want to learn how to eat pizza or cheesecake and burn more fat? Unfortunately, despite years of discussion and debate about the best [...]
IIFYM is an acronym for, "If it Fits Your Macros." "Macros" of course, is shorthand for macronutrients - protein, carbohydrates and fats. What does this have to do with Pop Tarts? Keep reading and you'll find out.
For anyone who hasn’t been keeping up with all the posts here at Burn the Fat Blog, the team at Examine.com wrote our “most liked’ post ever a few months [...]