Other Articles in Issue #45 (July 2018)
Mini: The International Olympic Committee’s take on what supplements actually work
The IOC released a consensus statement earlier this year chock full of information on dietary supplements. Here, we summarize what they said about which supplements have the best evidence base for athletes.
Can vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy improve offspring health?
Vitamin D levels in expecting moms tend to be low worldwide. Supplementing with lower doses of vitamin D while pregnant seems to improve some aspects of their children’s health.
Is timing really everything?
Casein looks like a good candidate for a protein source that slowly releases amino acids into the body to help with overnight muscle building. But does it actually do any more if taken at night?
The ketogenic diet — there’s an app for that!
How much of an impact can intensive support combined with a ketogenic diet make on CVD risk markers and glycemic control in people with type 2 diabetes?
Aspartame: It’s sweet to eat, but is it a trick or a treat?
While you shouldn’t eat it by the bowl, it hardly affects glycemic control
You are what you eat, right?
This systematic review aimed to explore how some livestock-raising practices could influence human health.
Does the 16:8 fasting diet boost weight loss and health?
This pilot study examined how restricting feeding to eight hours a day every day affects the weight and metabolic health of people with obesity