from Jerry Branium’s website
On the surface, it would appear that information about health, fitness, exercise science, and nutrition are ubiquitous.After all, you can read bodybuilding magazines, or look something up on the Internet with no more than a click of a mouse, or a finger on a touchscreen. But there is a notable problem with these sources. I’ve written for bodybuilding magazines for over 35 years, and have had over 5,000 articles published under my own name and various pen names over the years. While bodybuilding and fitness magazines have some great information, there is a limit to how much they can discuss. The reason for this is advertising constraints. Advertising, particularly from food supplement companies, is the life blood of magazines. They no longer can depend on newsstand sales or subscriptions to cover the ever escalating costs of producing a print magazine. For that, they need a much larger income supplied by having dozens of ads in the magazines. Indeed, the average bodybuilding magazine often contains up to 65 percent advertising. Because of this, editorial policy decrees that nothing that infuriates any advertiser or potential advertiser will be published. As such, readers will never get the entire truth about nutrition, supplements, and even exercise. Many web sites are also controlled by ads. Some “informational” web sites ensure that a subtle ad plug for products appears in every article. They don’t exist to teach and inform, but rather to sell. This is where Applied Metabolics Newsletter comes into play. There are no ads, no advertisers to pacify, only the pure, unvarnished truth. In addition, since I’ve been on the scene for 52 years, I can add my personal experiences in this area of nutrition, health, and exercise. As such, you will not only save money that might have otherwise been spent on worthless supplements, but you will also find ways to maximize your training progress. While there are no true “secrets” relating to nutrition and exercise, there are a lot of tricks and short-cuts that are not well-known. I will discuss all of them in this newsletter, many of which I have not previously discussed. I will also discuss ways to keep healthy for life and avoid the catastrophic illnesses, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer that often cuts life short.