The fish and tomatillos are light, the cauliflower puree is deceptively creamy, and the lemon broth adds the perfect touch of acidity.
Popping with color and flavor, this salad is a bright and refreshing meal on a warm summer evening.
Professional triathlete and nutritionist Pip Taylor digs into a reader’s food diary and offers advice for eating, performing and feeling your best.
Dr. John Berardi breaks down the pros and cons of caffeine in an endurance athlete’s diet.
Bison burgers are the perfect treat after a mammoth training session or long race.
While many consider turkey to be a bland alternative, the truth is it’s easy to dress up and takes on flavors quickly.
Twin pros Rebeccah and Laurel Wassner dish up their favorite recipes (like this tasty granola) on a blog geared toward athlete-foodies.
Personal chef Jim Sullivan loves this salmon dish for its flavor profile, healthy ingredients and its simplicity.
As little morsels of super food, berries are loaded with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants eager to help repair and restore.
This recipe is about as nutrient packed as they come.
Another recipe from Jessica Cerra, a private chef and Xterra pro athlete.
Scallops are full of flavor, low in calories and simple to dress up.
Whether brown rice pasta frequents your pantry or if it’s a new ingredient to you, this is a foolproof recipe that makes it simple to cook.
A number of professional triathletes have experienced benefits from a gluten-free diet, but does that mean you should try it?
Refreshing, light and surprising to the taste buds, this salad is sure to become one of your favorites.
Learn how to eat healthy through the high appetite and little extra time that comes with training for a long distance triathlon.
A new study may help triathletes benefit from caffeine without overdoing it.
In part three of the series, Ann Wessling crosses the finish line at the Grand Columbian Super Triathlon.
TriCenter's Ann Wessling takes on her first Iron-distance triathlon in this "Fuel Your Fast" video series.
Watch TriCenter's Ann Wessling prepare for and race the Grand Columbian Super Triathlon.
An amino acid supplement that is popular with bodybuilders may be better for triathletes.
New evidence suggests the glycemic index of foods doesn’t matter as much as you’ve been told.
In the November issue of Inside Triathlon, T.J. Murphy writes about Dr. Barry Sears, creator of the Zone Diet, a dietary protocol prescribing 40% carbohydrates, 30% fat and 30% protein that was first practiced by high-performance triathletes like Mike Pigg and Mark Allen.
Is the time and effort it takes to count calories worth the outcome? Matt Fitzgerald answers this question.
The conditions on the Big Island of Hawaii are unpredictable, but heat and humidity are constant. Every athlete dials his/her own setup to keep themselves hydrated and fueled in Kona’s demanding climate. Here's a look at how many of the top athletes tried to keep themselves fueled on the Queek K.
Sports drinks, energy gels, and energy bars have distinct yet overlapping benefits and uses for triathletes.
One of the worst things about the sport of triathlon is the typical 7:00 am start time of races. It wouldn’t be so bad if you could wake up in a room located within walking distance of the start line at 6:50, step outside, and go, but that doesn’t work.