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We simplify nutrition — through meticulous analysis of the latest scientific research — to help you answer your questions on how to be healthier.
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Examine.com Jun 15
There are a lot of things to consider when it comes to whey protein! It's why we created the Definitive Guide to Whey Protein. And it's on sale until tomorrow night. Don't miss out:
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Examine.com Jun 15
We've made it really easy for you to calculate how much protein you need per day:
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Examine.com Jun 14
If you google “protein calculator”, you’ll find a ton of options, but they all spit out different numbers — maybe because each is based on a different handful of studies, published many years ago. So we created our own based on the latest research:
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Examine.com Jun 13
We’ve researched and answered everything you need to know about whey protein Our new Definitive Guide to Whey Protein is on sale for the next four days. Don’t miss out:
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Examine.com Jun 10
There are a lot of important factors to consider when choosing a whey protein. Our upcoming Definitive Guide to Whey Protein covers everything you need to know about whey protein. It's coming out in a few days - don't miss out:
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Examine.com Jun 8
ICYMI - we wrote about 5 little-known and interesting facts about protein:
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Examine.com Jun 6
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Examine.com Jun 6
If you were stranded on a desert island with only one macronutrient, which would you choose? There’s only one correct answer:
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Examine.com Jun 5
Interesting numbers cc
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Examine.com Jun 4
We've done webinars for The Academy. All of our citations are there for you to parse.
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Examine.com Jun 4
Weasal? It's because there's not enough evidence and we aren't out here trying to simplifying everything to binary.
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Examine.com Jun 4
Why does dig so hard into research papers? Check this out, from a study trying to untangle the web of Coca-Cola funded research: (source: )
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Examine.com May 29
Well - french fries are not very satiating. Neither are hips. But baked. Mashed (and not drowning in butter). Etc. Pretty filling!
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Examine.com May 29
Potatoes are one of the most satiating foods.
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Examine.com May 29
Funnily enough considering OP - we spawned out of /r/fitness on .
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Examine.com May 29
Got anxiety? Supporting your gut bacteria may help, according to this recent review of 21 trials.
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Examine.com May 29
Which is what we mostly say - targeted supplementation.
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Examine.com May 28
"Being a good health writer is only half intelligence; the other half is character." --Wyatt Brown, researcher
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