Other Articles in Issue #08 (June 2015)
A hole in the bucket: gliadin and intestinal permeability
Understanding what happens at the intestinal barrier is key for understanding reactions to wheat.
Blast from the past: a paleo solution for type-2 diabetes
The evidence continues to build for ancestrally-influenced diets
Vitamin (K)ardiovascular health?
Results are in from the first long-term trial of vitamin K2 for cardiovascular health.
I get by with a little help from my friends: probiotics and depression
Mix a few beneficial probiotic strains, take daily, lower your chances of depression?
Big breakfast or big dinner? Yet another meal-timing study
Eating the exact same meals, but in a different order could help stabilize blood sugar.
Green tea extract may not be an equal opportunity fat loss supplement
Does this common fat loss supplement actually work? And how might it produce its effects?
Interview: Shawn Wells, MPH, RD - Part 2
Shawn Wells, MPH, RD, CISSN has a unique blend of knowledge in the field of performance nutrition and supplementation. Mr. Wells attended UNC-Chapel Hill, earning a Master’s degree in Nutrition and minor in Exercise Science. His education along with credentials of Registered Dietitian, Certified Sport Nutritionist (CISSN), and board member of the ISSN, distinguished him as an expert in sports nutrition.
Interview: Eric Helms, PhD(c)
A go-to source for natural contest prep, Eric gives us some sage advice on macros.