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Expert Panel: Everything You Need To Know About Nutrition! More diets than ever seem to offer you life-changing results—and have research to back them up. So which one is for you? Two of the best minds in muscle meet up to give you the lowdown!

The best way to learn from these experts is to watch the entire video. Then, if you'd like to refer back to specific sections, use the bookmark links below. Don't see your question answered here? Shout it out in the comments below so they can address it in the future!

What will you eat today? You have a world of choices, and a world of people ready to tell you why you've chosen wrong. It can be overwhelming, especially because sometimes it seems like your very life—or at least the life your six-pack, hard-earned muscle mass, or other aesthetic goal—is at stake. So where do you start? Start here!

In the second of our expert panel roundtable discussions, we invited Dr. Jacob Wilson and Dr. Robert Wildman to discuss the fundamentals of goal-based nutrition and how the scientific landscape is rapidly changing. They break down some of the rules that should guide trainees with a range of goals, from losing large quantities of fat, to chiseling off a couple percentage points. Then they discuss three increasingly popular dietary protocols—ketogenic diets, "if it fits your macros," and intermittent fasting—from the perspective of fat-loss and muscle preservation.


PhD in skeletal muscle physiology, certified strength and conditioning coach (CSCS)
Director of the Human Performance & Sports Nutrition Lab, University of Tampa
Author of's "Ask the Muscle Prof" column
Author/co-author of over 100 peer-reviewed papers, book chapters, and abstracts on muscle-building, sports nutrition, and supplementation


PhD in human nutrition, registered dietitian (RD), fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (FISSN)
Chief Science Officer for Dymatize Nutrition expert contributor
Author of "Sports & Fitness Nutrition; "The Nutritionist: Food, Nutrition & Optimal Health;" "Advanced Human Nutrition;" and "The Handbook of Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods"
Author of more than 75 journal articles, book chapters, and abstracts on nutrition, performance, and health

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