Articles in this issue
Interview: Marion Nestle, MPH, PhD
We discuss all things nutrition and epidemiology with preeminent researcher and author Marion Nestle.
Counting hours, not calories: a potential prediabetes solution
Restricting eating to a few hours a day could have health benefits for people with prediabetes. But does the timing of the eating window matter?
The effects of soy vs. animal protein supplementation on muscle mass and strength
In theory, soy protein is inferior to protein derived from animal products due to its lower relative amount of essential amino acids. But what about in practice?
Short-term keto diets and athletic power
Keto diets can help athletes shed weight quickly. But do they also shed performance?
Caffeine’s effect on endurance exercise performance may depend on the genes you wear
A small change in a single gene can make a big impact on caffeine's ergogenic effects on endurance exercise.
Caffeinated resistance exercise may not be for everyone
This study found that only people with a certain type of gene seem to benefit from caffeine before lifting.
Interview: Dr. Nural Cokcetin, PhD
In this interview, we pick honey researcher Nural Cokcetin’s brain about honey’s antimicrobial and prebiotic effects.
Can you spice your way to better health with ginger?
Ginger may help with weight loss and improve metabolic markers in people with obesity or overweight.