Postrun movies are good for the legs, but is this cinema snack good for your health?
The ideal recovery drink (no, really).
We tap a registered dietitian and nutrition expert to take a look at real and artificial substitutes.
Beer has a strong antioxidant offering, but does that mean you should regularly consume it after a workout or race?
Don't resort to frozen meals and drive-thru dinners during your busy week—take some time to prep on Saturday or Sunday, and you can feed yourself healthy meals and snacks all week long! Here are six tips for weekend meal prep.
Have you heard that eating breakfast can boost metabolism? Are you ready to load up on breakfast foods that help you burn more calories? It might seem logical that eating a meal first thing in the morning gets your metabolism revved up. But researchers who study the importance of breakfast for weight loss don't necessarily agree.
The weather is beautiful, the sun is shining... Sounds like picnic time to me! Dining al fresco is fun, but you need to make sure the dishes you bring are warm-weather appropriate. Here are four cool recipes perfect for hot days.
The anti-inflammatory diet is based on a pretty sound and simple claim: Chronic inflammation leads to chronic disease, and reducing inflammation in the body can prevent disease as well as promote overall health.
A scientific look at the role healthy fats play in the diet of an athlete.
Calorie counts are probably the first thing you look at when you look at a nutrition facts label. However, to get a better understanding of a product or meal, it’s helpful to look at macronutrients.
Intermittent fasting (IF) is a method of calorie restriction that requires you to go for extended periods of time without eating. There are different types of IF programs—some recommend fasting for a few hours, a few days each week, or several days each month.
Most people don't think of vegetables as a major source of protein, but you may be surprised to learn that many vegetables actually are quite high in protein—high enough that they can add significantly to your daily protein needs.
A magnesium deficiency can cause issues with muscle contraction, sleep, and energy production—sapping your performance.
Man can survive on salad alone! Here's the recipe to prove it. (Trust us, you'll be stuffed!)
Whether you need to perk up for intervals or fuel high mileage, these tablets and powders help you go harder, feel stronger, and recover faster.