Welcome to this bodybuilding diet advice website.
The object of this website is for the reader to be able to make an informed choice. At times I will be expressing my opinion, but this will be based on any evidence available, even if it is weak evidence. Many bodybuilding nutrition theories are backed by little research for a number of reasons, including the fact that there is little financial gain from it as supplement companies are already making a fortune without hard evidence. In sports nutrition, proper research is not necessary in the same way that research is imperative in clinical nutrition in order to improve health parameters.
In sports all we are looking at is improved performance, not good health. It is hard to get ethical approval to do such studies, as some products are controversial and many possible candidates for a trial will be bodybuilders using illegal performance enhancing drugs. I feel it is important for me to teach you a little about the types of evidence available in research in order for you to have a better understanding as to the angle I am coming from in this website. It will also help you to comprehend the strength of information I will provide in helping you to make an informed choice.
One of the more frequently asked questions in bodybuilding is the amount of protein which is required for optimum muscle development.
Advice on the top 10 best value-for-money supplements available to bodybuilders.
There are many individuals who carry some body fat, which they want to lose, but still desire to gain quality weight, in the form of muscle, at the same time.