In the end, what you get out of “If It Fits Your Macros”—from healthy weight loss, better energy, and bigger muscles to nutritional deficiencies and food obsession—depends on how you choose to play it.
Simply cut off the soda supply and your average guy will seem to drop five pounds overnight. Meanwhile, many women overhaul their diets and work out five times a week, and still struggle to lose one measly pound. It’s infuriating—at least for women. But what’s behind this weight-loss inequality?
According to the buzzy Blood Type Diet, knowing your blood type is important for more than just your medical records. In fact, it suggests your blood type impacts which foods you need—and which ones you don’t—for better health.
Before you commit to cardio, cardio, cardio, know that more isn’t necessarily better.
No one heads into the gym thinking, “how few calories can I burn today?” Nope, we want the maximum burn from every rep and bead of sweat.
Consider this the no-nonsense down-low on gluten—and whether or not it belongs on your plate.
We polled 10 trainers for the tracks that help them dig deep when it really counts. Consider this your new pump-up playlist.
This seemingly torturous dieting style has seen serious traction—here’s what you need to know about its potential perks and whether or not it might work for you.