They said whey protein consumption causes the pituitary gland to produce testosterone, causing the pituitary gland to not produce as much testosterone in the future, thus negatively effecting fertility. It seems like absolute BS to me, and I can’t believe 3 different doctors are all convinced by it. It almost made me question how they even got their medical degrees. Is there any validity to their claims? I was going to ask for a study, but at the time I was so flabbergasted by their claims and also didn’t really fancy challenging 3 different doctors on a subject they specialise in. What’s the verdict?
Basically the title. I am wondering if it worth it to track macronutrients, types of macronutrients (saturated versus unsaturated fat, sugars versus starches, etc), and/or micronutrients. What do you get out of it compared to what you put into it? What are the easiest and cheapest ways to do so?
I'm currently searching for a website or database that would have calories and macro nutrients listed for different foods and brands. I'm attempting to pull this information and create an excel spreadsheet to better plan meal preps.
Hey, I bought this pre cooked packaged grilled chicken from the store about a week ago. It was stored with all the premade lunch meat and stuff like that so it was cool, but the sell by date on it is 7/18 and I’ve had it refrigerated since. Would it be okay to eat today? It doesn’t smell bad and it tasted fine but I wanna make sure lol, thank you!