Another Coffee Study

I’m a religious coffee drinker, so I am always on the lookout for new information that reinforces my belief that coffee is good for you. Here is a new study from Annals of Internal Medicine showing a statistically significant correlation between drinking coffee and  lower all-cause mortality: http://annals.org/aim/article/2643435/coffee-drinking-mortality-10-european-countries-multinational-cohort-study. The relationship did Read more…

Meal Timing and Circadian Rhythms

Changing meal times for shift work and to counter jet lag may be somewhat effective. The following article from Quartz breaks down some recent research on the subject: https://qz.com/1006048/waking-up-early-for-work-could-quite-literally-be-killing-you/.

ISSN Position Stands as of June 2017

The ISSN, the International Society of Sports Nutrition recently released three positions stands this month, June 2017. The positions relate to protein and exercise, diet and body composition, and the safety and efficacy of creatine supplementation. More about the positions can be read in the following articles released by the Read more…