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Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2007-03-15 | Word Count: 3867 | Page Views: 1822 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 1.62
Most people who read my articles and e-books know me as a science guy who likes to quote studies and apply research to everyday problems such as weight loss, bodybuilding, and other health/fitness related topics. However, sometimes you have to step back from the science and look at the big picture to help bring people back into focus, so they can see the forest for the trees, so to speak.
2. Sarcopenia, The Undiagnosed Epidemic
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2007-01-29 | Word Count: 2475 | Page Views: 2907 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 1.91
Is a loss of strength, mobility, and functionality an inevitable part of aging? No, it's not. It's a consequence of disuse, suboptimal hormone levels, dietary and nutrient considerations and other variables, all of which are compounded by aging. One of the greatest threats to an aging adult's ability to stay healthy and functional is the steady loss of lean body mass - muscle and bone in particular.
3. Body Building Myths That Must Die!
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2007-01-16 | Word Count: 1719 | Page Views: 2463 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.57
Every culture has its myths and bodybuilding is no exception. Like most myths, most are nine parts fantasy and one part truth, though of course, some myths have no truth to them at all. I have spent much of my career attempting to expose myths surrounding bodybuilding and topics that relate to it, such as drugs, nutrition and supplementation etc.
4. What Do You Think Of Testosterone Replacements?
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2006-06-13 | Word Count: 692 | Page Views: 3133 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.30
Q: Dear Will, I am a 62 year old male who found the bodybuilding life style about ten years ago, so I started out a little late. My testosterone has been clinical low (under 300ng/dl) for the past 3 years. I want to start hormone replacement therapy and I doctor agrees it would be a good idea for me. He wants to use standard testosterone enanthate. However, from my reading on the topic, wouldn't a less androgenic steroid like Primobolin be better?
5. Flax Oil And Gynecomastia
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2006-06-06 | Word Count: 678 | Page Views: 14149 | Votes: 23 | Rating: 2.52
Q: Dear Will, I remember in your book "Priming the Anabolic Environment" you recommended flax oil as a possible way to treat gynecomastia or "bitch tits" in men and I know you recommend flax oil losing fat and general health also. Would flax have equal benefits for athletic women like me who lift weights and do you still think it helps with gyno?
6. What Do You Recommend For Male Pattern Baldness?
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2006-05-30 | Word Count: 430 | Page Views: 2982 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.40
Q: Hello Will, I am a bodybuilder who has been experiencing typical male pattern baldness for the past few years. A: Dear Josh, In fact, there is a single formula for hair loss, or male pattern baldness (MPB) that has virtually everything I would recommend and them some!
7. The 30 Grams of Protein Myth
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2006-05-23 | Word Count: 917 | Page Views: 3091 | Votes: 15 | Rating: 2.00
Q: Hey Will, I was told by a trainer in my gym that 30 grams of protein is the upper limit a person can digest, but he could not tell me where that rule comes from. A: It has been a long debated topic how much protein a person can digest at any one time.
8. Is There Any Supplements Research To Look Forward To?
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2006-05-19 | Word Count: 1226 | Page Views: 2647 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.70
It does seem like there has been a lull in new and useful research looking at building muscle, but it does exist. Research looking into fat loss has been a lot more interesting and there may be some very interesting natural and pharmaceutical drugs coming out in the very near future.
9. Brink's Unified Theory of Nutrition
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2006-02-24 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 1239 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
Regardless of the topic, a unified theory, seeks to explain seemingly incompatible aspects of various theories. In this article I attempt to unify seemingly incompatible or opposing views regarding nutrition, namely, what is probably the longest running debate in the nutritional sciences: calories vs. macro nutrients.
10. The Simplest Weight Loss Tips No One Follows
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2006-02-17 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 1307 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
I have a Cheez-It problem. You're not listening, I really have a Cheez-It problem! While I enjoy all foods on occasion, Cheez-It's are the food equivalent of crack cocaine for me.
11. The "Proprietary Blend" Nutritional Supplement
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2006-02-10 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 2098 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
In a nut shell, I went onto cover each of these common marketing terms that are used to sell supplements to unwitting consumers and explained each in detail as to what I view as their common misuse within the market place.
12. Nutritional Myths that Just Won't Die: Protein!
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2006-02-08 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 1077 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
When it comes to the topic of sports nutrition there are many myths and fallacies that float around like some specter in the shadows.
13. The Whey to Weight Loss
Written by: Will Brink | Distributed: 2006-02-03 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 1563 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
Additional research suggests possible medical uses for whey that are quite unexpected and different from whey's traditional role as an immune booster and anti cancer functional food.
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