Other Publications

Peer-reviewed studies:

Leaf A, Antonio J. The Effects of Overfeeding on Body Composition: The Role of Macronutrient Composition – A Narrative ReviewInt J Exerc Sci. 2017 Dec; 10(8): 1275-1296. eCollection 2017.

Antonio J, Leaf A, Carson C, Ellerbroek A, Silver T, Peacock CA, Bommarito P, Knafo S, Tartar J. Bone Mineral Density in Competitive Athletes. J Exerc Nutr. 2018; 1(2)

Antonio J, Leaf A, Cassandra C, Ellerbroek A, Axelrod C, Silver T, Burgess V, Peacock CA. The Effects of Probiotic Supplementation in Active Men and WomenJ Exerc Nutr. 2018; 1(4)

 

Examine.com blog posts:

How to minimize fat gain when you binge

Fact check: does glutamine build muscle?

Is soy good or bad for you?

How much protein do you need per day?

Is saturated fat bad for your health?

How to minimize fat gain during the holidays

Detoxes: an undefined scam.

Are energy drinks bad for you?

 

Super Human Radio blog posts:

I’m only going to list a few because I wrote a lot. You can see all of them here.

Paleo in practice – a review of the research

Vinegar – glycemia’s best friend

How much protein should I eat?

Is standing better than sitting?

Build muscle while dieting? Of course you can, if you eat enough protein

Milk fat – the good, the bad, the globule membrane

Why you may reconsider buttering your potato

Lutein up your life with eggs and leafy greens

Eat first, share later: the foraging habits of Hadza hunter-gatherers

Proteinaholic Rebuttal

To peanut or not to peanut?

 

SuppVersity blog posts:

“An Apple A Day” & More: Alex Leaf’s Reviews Folk Wisdom and Scientific Evidence on a Forbiddenly Healthy Fruit Item

Eating Your Largest Meal for Lunch, Instead of Dinner May Have Real World Weight Loss & Health Benefits | Guest Post

Is Noneliac Gluten Sensitivity Legit? A Review of the Latest Scientific Evidence on NCGS by Alex Leaf (Guestpost)

Latest Study Shows that a 3.3 g/kg High-Protein Diet is Safe — And Yes, This Means it Doesn’t Hurt Your Kidney or Liver

DOMS – Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness: What Is DOMS & How Can It Be Managed? Science, Strategies, Supplements

DOMS – Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness: No Pain, No Gain? Is DOMS Necessary to Build Muscle?