1,5 Years Later: My Current Stance on Protein Supplementation

One of the most popular articles I’ve ever put up here on the blog is my comprehensive article on protein supplements entitled 10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Use Whey Protein Supplements. When I published that piece back in 2015, I suspected that it would stir up some debate. I wasn’t wrong. The article has attracted […]

What We Can Learn From the Saturated Fat Controversy

It doesn’t necessarily take a big event or incident for us humans to get agitated and take up arms. Sometimes, a small thing or disagreement can cause a large fight. This is particularly true if the controversy has to do with something that a lot of people have an opinion about, such as nutrition. At […]

Saturated Fat: It’s (Still) Not Harmless

If you’re a regular reader of this site, then you know that I don’t agree with the nutritional establishment in everything. Among other things, I think it’s a mistake to advice people to eat a lot of cereal grains. That said, I don’t think the nutritional establishment is completely off course. I do support many […]

A Critique of Peter Ungar’s Critique of the Paleo Diet

Every now and then, I come across articles that criticize the Paleolithic diet. The majority of these articles are so poorly researched and full of errors that I don’t bother reading them all the way through; I quickly close the browser tab and move on to something better. However, occasionally I stumble upon articles that […]

Is Your Diet Making You Sleepless?

I just woke up from a bad night’s sleep. I woke up at around 4-5 A.M. feeling like something had jump-started my brain. Despite the fact that I had only slept a couple of hours – I got to sleep a little late last night – my body and brain felt wide awake, and I […]

2-Ingredient Sweet Potato Pancakes

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a recipe here on the site. Today, I thought I’d share a “recipe” (it’s so simple that it can barely be called a recipe) for sweet potato pancakes. Sweet potato pancakes are excellent because they are easy to make, nutritious, and tasty. They are particularly great for hard-training […]

The Fallacy of Personalized Nutrition

Personalized nutrition is a fancy term that’s being thrown around a lot lately. If you go on Google and search around for new diet trends, then chances are you’ll come across articles on this dietary concept. Some of these articles will likely tell you that personalized nutrition will soon be a well-known and dominant concept […]

Is Farmed Salmon Toxic?

Salmon is one of the healthiest foods you can possibly consume, right? Yes, it is. There’s one condition though. The salmon must be wild-caught. Farmed salmon is certainly not among the healthiest foods in existence. Not only does it have a very high omega-6/omega-3 ratio (when compared to wild varieties), but it also contains residues […]

Why You Should Think Twice Before Using Probiotics

I’ve talked a lot about probiotics here on the site in the past. In my earlier articles on this topic (e.g., here, here), I’ve made the case that many probiotic products likely do more harm than good. In today’s article, I’m not going to take another in-depth look at the pros and cons of probiotic […]

Intermittent Fasting: The Default Eating Pattern for Homo Sapiens?

Intermittent Fasting (IF), a nutritional strategy that involves fasting for intermittent periods of time, is all the rage these days. Over the past decade, more and more people have jumped on the IF bandwagon, and an ever-growing number of websites, books, and articles devoted to this time-restricted way of eating has appeared. IF has certainly […]

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