Monthly Archives: December 2017

Photo: Getty Images/Chris Ryan There’s an actual science to cutting calories for weight-loss success. Use it to your advantage. To lose weight, you need to cut calories. Sounds easy, but there’s more to this age-old weight-loss wisdom than meets the eye. After all, if you’re not smart about how you cut calories, you’ll wind up […]

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What is Sibutramine? Targeting the promoted image of fat loss intended only for obese people with a high body mass index of at least 27 or higher. Sibutramine is said to work within people who establish a clear diet and exercise regimen. It is said to not be effective without diet and exercise. It has […]

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The word “superfood” gets thrown around a lot these days, but Greek yogurt definitely qualifies. Here’s why nutritionists and protein fiends alike have fallen head-over-heels for yogurt’s creamier, tarter cousin. It’s more nutritious than regular yogurt. Yogurt gets its “Greek” label when it has been strained to get rid of whey, which is the liquid […]

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My goal in life is to work hard and keep it simple. That’s how I was raised. Midwestern roots, man. I also like to keep it simple in the gym. I stick to primarily straightforward cardio, agility, and core workouts. Plus, twice a week I play pickup hoops with other Men’s Health staffers. (Even better cardio.) For strength training, […]

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The Achilles tendon is found in the back of the ankle, and is in fact the largest tendon in the human body. The purpose of the tendon is to lift the heel. Achilles tendonitis is the inflammation of this tendon which causes the associated discomfort and pain. Many athletes can suffer from Achilles tendonitis: runners, […]

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