Healthy recipes from Triathlete’s favorite chefs.

Fuel Like A Pro

You may be surprised to learn the varied tactics, tastes and tolerances of some of our sport’s superstars.

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The Zone Chronicles: 10 Weeks In the Zone

What is the Zone Diet all about? Between Monday, November 20 to January 28, right through the holiday season, we put the Zone Diet to the test and explore the value, challenges and benefits of following the Zone protocol.

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Pro Recipe: Andy Potts’ Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

Andy Potts and his wife, Lisa, gave us this recipe combining two dessert favorites: chocolate and pumpkin for a past issue of Triathlete. It was one of the most popular recipes we’ve published, so we’re bringing it back for 2012. These muffins can be a warm desert or a decadent, calorie-rich breakfast treat on the […] /

Vegetarianism And Triathletes

March is National Nutrition Month. So in honor of it, Inside Triathlon senior editor Jennifer Purdie chats with professional triathlete Brendan Brazier about his strict plant-based diet.


Five Ingredients For The Triathlete’s Kitchen

We know you don’t have the time to read every packaging label and research the latest studies in diet and nutrition, so we did the footwork and created this shopping list of the five ingredients that should be stocked in every triathlete’s kitchen. /

Tri Recipe: Easy Minestrone

This satisfying soup is easy to prepare and perfect for the fall and winter. You can vary the recipe according to what you have in your freezer or fridge. It’s always sure to warm you inside and out. /

Juice Fast Overdrive: On The Juice

I began my one-day juice fast with a fairly simple recipe: enough oranges, carrots and strawberries to make 30 ounces of raw juice. It was tasty! I’ve done enough experimenting with my juice machine to know that I’m capable of producing some wickedly bad tasting concoctions. /