Nothing against PB+J, but when it comes to sandwich recipes, you can do better. These towers of power are stacked with great flavor and nutrition for fueling your workouts.
You've been training hard, so treat yourself. These nutritionist-approved desserts have what it takes to boost recovery and satisfy every craving. Bonus: They're actually good for you.
Whip it good with these smoothie recipes to make healthy, energizing, and delicious drinks optimized for the needs of the endurance athlete.
The supplement Athletic Greens/AG1 seems to be everywhere in the endurance market these days. Registered Dietitian Matthew Kadey takes a look at "greens powders" for athletes and whether they deliver on their mighty claims.
Can't stomach the idea of another smoothie or chalky protein shake? Add these sport dietitian's picks for alternative recovery drinks to your grocery list.
Combating muscle acid build-up can help you go longer when going all out. Some supplements promise to clear out lactic acid. Let's look at the science.
Use this recipe to meal prep your dinner for the week, or freeze extra servings to have later.
Prep these salads ahead of time by storing them in Mason jars for a grab-and-go lunch.
Prep your breakfast with pre-made portions and a healthy maple-yogurt topping.
The latest breed of sport drinks are sucking some of the sugars out of their products. But don’t go rushing to fill up your bike bottles with low-carb drinks just yet.
With a few key ingredients, the classic hot cocoa can be transformed into a perfect post-run recovery beverage.
It’s important to tweak your nutrition to keep your training in full gear as temperatures plunge. Here's how to fuel in cold-weather conditions.
Pre-exercise formulas are marketed as being your workout's best friend. But do they live up to the hype? An R.D. breaks down the most common pre-workout supplements for triathletes, from caffeine to BCAAs.
Use these delicious and (mostly) nutritious recipes to make your bars, gels, and chews go further—or just eat up the last of your stash from race season.
Nutrition brands are touting the benefits of ingesting collagen, but what does the science say?
The best high-protein breakfasts for athletes (and no, you don't have to eat eggs).
Do you feel bloated all the time? Try these 8 ways to conquer those performance and mood-sapping belly problems.
Meals at home don't have to be completely homemade. These healthy supermarket packaged convenience foods offer fast nutrition and flavor when you need nourishment, now.
Barbecuing may be a summertime staple, but there are legitimate grilling issues that can jeopardize your health. Here’s how to play with fire in a healthier way.
As your training volume begins to ramp up, tame that hunger with a mix of homemade and store-bought tri-friendly treats.
Yes, bread can be part of a healthful diet, but not all loaves are created equal. These options are the best thing since, well, you know.
They’re good for your heart, your brain, and your performance. Yet many athletes fall short on this crucial nutrient.
The fizzy drink has gone mainstream. But does it live up the health promises that many marketers promise?
Yes, caffeine can give you wings. But there are a few important things you need to know first before pounding the espressos.
Is the diet of this Super Bowl hero a nutritional touchdown or fumble?
Protein powders aren’t just for bodybuilders. Your simple guide to getting the most bang for your buck.
The sunshine vitamin is good for more than just your bones. Here’s why you need it and how to get enough.
Fixing common training and racing nutrition snafus can spur you to otherwise unattainable athletic heights.
From breakfast to training to even dessert, dietitian Matt Kadey found the best nutrition bars to sink your teeth into for every situation.
A look at the science of what added sugar does to your health, plus simple tricks to scale back.
If your diet has become as predictable as your running route, it might be time to think beyond oatmeal and chicken and shake up your shopping cart with these nutritious foods.
You can spend a pretty penny on staying hydrated.
Advice—and the best products—for when you need to eat for the heat.
Fire up the outdoor oven and try this delicious, filling recipe.
As we learn more and more about the dangers our oceans are in—due to pollution, overfishing, and even warming waters—sustainable seafood becomes more important than ever.
Making these stir-fry recipes for dinner is an easy way to whip up nutritious meals without spending a lot of time in the kitchen.
These cookie dough bites are easily portable when you’re on the go and savory enough to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Holy mackerel, this swimmer contains a boatload of muscle-building protein, heart-boosting omega-3 fat and vitamin D, a hard-to-get nutrient linked to improved fitness levels.
Buttery salmon is swimming in omega-3 fats to make your taco night especially heart-healthy.
Use your handy muffin tin to make a bunch of (healthy) French toasties that’ll last you days.
These egg cakes/handheld frittatas follow the rules of post-training nutrition, namely teaming up carbs and protein.
Why tip the delivery guy when these fuss-free gems offer a tasty riff on pizza night?