“I'm feeling soooo anabolic right now.”“You are selling your gains short if you are not supplementing with this stuff.”“I made the greatest gains of my life, an unrivaled 35 pounds in ten months.”Those are the words of bodybuilders on a Bodybuilding.com forum, each man speaking about his favorite new supplement: breast milk.As in, milk from a human woman’s breast. The same stuff you probably drank as a baby, a time in your life when you also shit your pants regularly and cried hysterically for a good two hours a day.Pounding mom milk for gains is the newest tactic that a handful of bodybuilders are using to put on more muscle, arguing that the substance has special properties that make it superior to just about any other food.“I think the idea behind drinking breast milk for muscle growth is that it’s incredibly calorie and nutrient dense, and it has some additional healthy substances,” says Brian St. Pierre, a sports … [Read more...] about Bodybuilders Are Drinking Human Breast Milk. Are They Insane, or Super Insane?
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Sorry, dude, but guys in other countries are having more sex than you. Way more.We know, it doesn’t make sense. Pop culture and the Internet would have us believe that American men are the most oversexed stallions on the planet, that every girl is 20, tanked, and topless.Plus, we have George Clooney and Matthew McConaughey. And has anyone tallied Tommy Lee’s numbers?Yet, there are the stats. According to a Men’s Health survey of 40,000 readers worldwide, foreign men have sex up to 70 more times a year than you do. So much for our superpower status.Related: How to Pleasure a Woman—the Men’s Health Guide to Becoming a Master LoverBut don’t worry—we have a plan. We took a trip around the world to find out what makes men from other countries so attractive to the women they pursue.We also enlisted the help of sex experts around the globe to save you from another sexless night. Master their tips and soon you’ll simply be able to say … [Read more...] about Seduce Any Woman In the World
With the Academy Awards rolling in this Sunday, we wanted to honor moments when the food is the star of the show. A burger can make us laugh, cry, or even be our last meal. Here's our roundup of the 15 best food scenes in cinematic history:1. Good Will Hunting: The Layaway Burger American Beauty: Pass the Asparagus Lord of the Rings: What About Second Breakfast?one breakfast--albeit one meal--every day.4. Silence of the Lambs: Liver and Fava Beans When Harry Met Sally: A Pastrami Orgasm Close Encounters of the Third Kind: A Mashed Potato Visionelse out there, Roy (Richard Dreyfuss) takes his convictions to the dinner table and builds a replica of Devils Tower out of mashed potatoes.7. Cool Hand Luke: The 50 Egg Challenge The Godfather: Take the Cannoli My Cousin Vinny: Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner? Trading Places: The Salmon SceneAfter being ousted from his life of luxury, Dan Aykroyd hits the bottom of the barrel when he crashes a Christmas party and hides a slab of smoked … [Read more...] about 15 Oscar-Worthy Food Scenes
A 20-year-old man and a 51-year-old woman died this year from what officials believe to be "brain-eating amoebas" found in Louisiana tap water. The infected water entered the victims' brains through their noses after using a tap water-filled neti pot. The amoeba, Naegleria fowleri, is generally found in freshwater lakes, rivers, and ponds, but usually does not survive the water-treatment process. And while the amoeba doesn't pose a threat when ingested as drinking water, the effects of it entering the nasal cavity are gruesome. According to a statement by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, it destroys brain tissue, killing its victim in one to 12 days. Other effects include fever, nausea, confusion, and loss of balance—similar to symptoms of bacterial meningitis. Neti pots, designed to relieve sinus irritation through nasal irrigation, are safe as long as you follow the manufacturers instructions to use clean, safe water. In a statement, Louisiana State … [Read more...] about “Brain-Eating Amoebas” in Neti Pots?
I may spend upwards of 40 hours a week scrutinizing nutrition studies and interviewing doctors, but it's definitely hard for me to eat right during the week. And frankly, I don't know anyone who is. Which left me wondering: How realistic is it to eat exactly what you're supposed to, all the time? For the sake of dietary science, I decided to find out.Step one was forming my ideal eating plan. I throw myself at the mercy of nutritionist Lisa Jubilee, co-owner of Living Proof, a nutrition and fitness center in New York City. She happens to be so clear-eyed, bright-skinned, and in shape, she makes Jessica Alba look chunky. After measuring my body fat percentage and perusing a list of everything I'd eaten for the past week, Lisa tells me what I already know: I eat too many simple sugars (Combos, animal crackers, sesame chicken, beer) and too few vegetables. I weigh 146.5 pounds, which looks fine on my 5'9" frame, but I'm at about 29 percent body fat, making me a dreaded skinny fat person. … [Read more...] about Eating Right- How Hard Is It?
Back in the '70s, I was an editor at Playboy magazine. We were on top of the world, making tens of millions a year in pure profit. We had a private DC-9 airliner, limousines, virtually unlimited expense accounts, and anything else we could dream up. There was a Picasso over the fireplace at the mansion, a Dalí in the powder room. Editorial meetings with Hefner could run from 1 in the afternoon until 2 in the morning, with meals served by liveried butlers. If things got boring, there was a swimming pool in the basement. One wall was glass and faced a subterranean bar, where we could sit and watch the Playmates swim while we sipped a glass of the house wine, a 1964 Château Lafite Rothschild. It was a good place to develop bad habits. Oh, and we had promiscuous sex and lots of drugs, too. Our life then was an attempt to stay forever in that precarious space between desire and pleasure, between wanting and having, switching back and forth from one to the … [Read more...] about The Addicted Man
Sorry, dude, but guys in other countries are having more sex than you. Way more. We know, it doesn't make sense. Pop culture and the Internet would have us believe that American men are the most oversexed stallions on the planet, that every girl is 20, tanked, and topless. Plus, we have George Clooney and Matthew McConaughey. And has anyone tallied Tommy Lee's numbers? __________________________________________RELATED CONTENTWatch a slide show of some international beauties!__________________________________________Yet, there are the stats. According to a Men's Health survey of 40,000 readers worldwide, foreign men have sex up to 70 more times a year than you do. So much for our superpower status. But don't worry--we have a plan. We took a trip around the world to find out what makes men from other countries so attractive to the women they pursue. We also enlisted the help of sex experts around the globe to save you from another sexless night. Master … [Read more...] about International Sex Survey 2007 Seduce Any Woman
"Carbs," also known as carbohydrates, are one of the macronutrients, which are the compounds that give your body energy in the form of calories. Foods with carbs are digested into sugar, which provides your body with glucose, an important source of energy. Your body requires carbohydrates to function properly. There are two main types of carbs: complex and simple. Complex carbohydrates are those that are less processed, more slowly digested, and high in dietary fiber. Simple carbohydrates are those that are more quickly digested. They are often added to processed and prepared foods in the form of refined sugars and processed sweeteners. Some sources of carbohydrates are healthier than others. Learn how many carbs you need and which carbs to stay away from. Depending on your age, sex, activity level, and overall health, your carbohydrate requirements will vary. According to the Mayo Clinic, 45 to 65 percent of your daily calories should come from carbohydrates. That's equal to about … [Read more...] about How many carbs should I eat a day?
Sugar is irresistible to most people. So irresistible, in fact, that sugar cravings might be rooted in evolution. Craving sugary foods, or so the theory goes, could help prevent starvation. In a modern world, however, where food is often plentiful, sugar consumption is linked to diabetes, obesity, and other health problems. Research into the connection between sugar consumption and diabetes is ongoing. Most doctors argue that sugar alone does not trigger diabetes. But some emerging research suggests a closer link between sugar consumption and diabetes than was previously thought. Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes affect the body's ability to regulate blood glucose levels. But eating sugar will not cause type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition, which causes the body to attack cells that produce insulin. Damage to these cells undermines the body's ability to manage blood glucose. Type 2 diabetes is more complex. Sugar consumption will not directly cause diabetes. … [Read more...] about Can you get diabetes from eating too much sugar?
These are just a few ingredients in Oscar Meyer Ham Lunchables, because there are 67 of them. Pt. 1 – Ham Pt. 2 – Pasteurized Prepared American Cheese Product Pt. 3 – Crackers Pt. 4 – Cherry Flavored Water Beverage with Other Natural Flavors, Candy Bar (Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Citric Acid, Sucralose (Splenda Brand Sweetener), Natural Flavor) High-fructose corn syrup is created by changing the glucose, or sugar, in corn starch to fructose. Fructose is another type of sugar. Sweet, nutritive saccharide mixture containing either approximately 42 or 55 percent fructose. High fructose corn syrup is found in processed foods, from salad dressings to soft drinks. Raises your risk for conditions like high blood pressure, coronary artery disease and type 2 diabetes. Food manufacturers often use high fructose corn syrup because it is cheaper than sugar. It also extends the shelf life for processed foods Processing of HFCS … [Read more...] about Your Weekly Food-Like-Product – Lunchables Pt. 4 – Cherry Drink and Candy Bar