Articles in this issue
Eggcellent eggs part II: can people with diabetes safely eat two eggs per day?
This long-term follow-up to a study we covered way back in NERD #7 examined the effects of eggs on people with diabetes and prediabetes.
Whose performance benefits from nitrate supplementation?
The literature examining nitrates’ effects on performance is mixed. Part of the reason for the discrepancy may come down to training status
The misunderstood noodle
Does pasta pack on the pounds? This meta-analysis aimed to find out.
Interview: Andrew Vigotsky
In this interview with biomedical engineering PhD candidate Andrew Vigotsky, we talk biomechanics and the state of sports science research.
Does caloric restriction really make you live longer?
Two major hypothetical mechanisms of aging were put to the test in this human trial, the latest from the CALERIE project.
Interview: Lara Hyde, PhD
We chat with the creator and host of Nourishable about nutritional epigenomics and epigenetics, as well as the nuances of communicating science to the public.
Do vegetarians lack CCC insurance? A look into creatine, carnitine, and carnosine in vegetarian diets
These three molecules play an important role in sports performance. This trial is the longest interventional study to date looking at how switching to a lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet impacts them.
Does whey supplementation help muscle function recover after lifting?
In this review, we cover the first meta-analysis examining whey protein’s impact on muscle function recovery after resistance training.