Strength Building and Muscle Mass

Muscle is harder to build and maintain as men reach adulthood. This is due to lower testosterone levels, the hormone that helps build muscle. A male’s testosterone level peaks between ages 16 and 18 and evens out when he is in his 20s.

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Build Muscle

The Health Benefits of Java

If you think your morning cup of joe provides nothing more to your body than a jolt of caffeine, you might be pleasantly surprised to learn that your daily cup provides some health benefits by fighting a multitude of conditions.

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Coffee (Big)

Grill Your Way to a Six Pack

Do you want to gain muscle mass and definition? Look no further than your grill. Read these tips on how to fire up your six pack when you heat up your grill.

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Grill Your Way to a Six Pack

Body Image and Young Women

Young women can fall into the trap of wanting to look like super-thin models, which can lead to disordered eating. A nutritious eating plan, exercising and having a healthy social life can help boost body image.

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Body Image and Young Women

Fall Produce Picks

The sun is setting sooner and nights are getting cooler. It's the perfect time to celebrate the seasonal gems of autumn! Head to your local market and fill your basket with these top picks.

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Fall Pears

Film Review: Cafeteria Man

The film follows chef Tony Geraci as he works to revamp school food programs in Baltimore and Memphis, highlighting key issues in childhood obesity.

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From Low-Sodium Soup to Organic Nuts, Academy's 2014 Expo Has It All

The Academy welcomes more than 350 food, nutrition and culinary companies and organizations to FNCE 2014, October 18 to 21 in Atlanta, Ga.

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FNCE Is Less Than a Month Away!

Learn, make connections and discover innovation at this year's Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo. Earn over 20.5 CPE hours and network with over 10,000 food and nutrition professionals.

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