Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Diet Debunker: The Truth About Diet & Exercise Studies


Welcome to the Diet Debunker!


My name is Craig Ballantyne. I'm a world-renowned Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and author of too many articles to count in magazines such as Men's Health, Men's Fitness, Oxygen, and Maximum Fitness.


More importantly, I have a Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology, having studied with some of the world's top nutrition and exercise scientists, AND I have a "Master's Degree in Sorting Through Research BS" that shows up everyday in the Media.


So this is where you'll find the TRUTH about the latest exercise and diet research studies.


After all, you can't blame the media for reporting on fad science. The folks at radio stations, TV stations, and magazines are over-worked and under-paid. I've spent a lot of time with these good people and they are just trying to do their best to get the latest info out to you.


But most media folks just don't have a background in science. So when they see the latest press release hitting the wire about how "drinking Green Tea can boost your metabolism", they pass that info onto you.


Because it sounds good, and it must be true, right? After all, it came from a scientific study. So it must apply to your real life weight loss program, right?


WRONG!


Most studies don't apply to the real world. And that's why I'm here.


To sift and sort through the baloney and bring you the meaty, real-world tips that are going to help you save time, burn fat, and get the body you want in as little time as possible.


All while improving your health and giving you more energy.


Real research, real results. That's all you'll find here.


I look forward to helping you cut through the clutter and make sense of the latest contradictory research study,


Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS

Author, Turbulence Training - Home Fitness Workouts


PS - Please let me know if you have a specific diet or exercise myth that you would like to see "debunked" here at the DietDebunker.com

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