How to Eat Healthy on a Tight Budget
A registered dietitian shares 10 nutritious foods that won't break the bank.
A registered dietitian shares 10 nutritious foods that won't break the bank.
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.
You can benefit from adding plant protein to your diet, even if you have no plans on going vegan.
Is the diet of this Super Bowl hero a nutritional touchdown or fumble?
See if your fueling strategy (or lack thereof) is affecting your performance and health goals.
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.
As you ramp up your training, follow this guide to make sure you don’t under- or overeat, as both can affect your performance.
The majority of injuries are an extension of improper nutrition. That's where the idea of pre-covery comes into play.
In a healthy smoothie slump? These tasty and nutritious blender drinks each contain unique spins on traditional smoothie flavors.
No matter what your goals are for the year, proper fueling is crucial to your success.
Plus, how to pick the best fish (and general seafood) for you and the environment.
Debating Dry January? Sports nutritionist Scott Tindal experimented with giving up alcohol for a month—and was surprised to see just how much it benefited him.
These items may indeed have health-promoting properties, but there are valid reasons they also come with a cautionary footnote.
Fixing common training and racing nutrition snafus can spur you to otherwise unattainable athletic heights.
A look at why nutrient deficiencies can be a problem for endurance athletes—plus four things you can do to find and address them.
From breakfast to training to even dessert, dietitian Matt Kadey found the best nutrition bars to sink your teeth into for every situation.
We look at nine foods that have earned a healthy reputation, but can undermine your diet if you aren’t careful.
A look at the science of what added sugar does to your health, plus simple tricks to scale back.
Focus on these antioxidant-heavy produce options to help fight the winter blues and improve recovery after those cooler workouts.
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.
And how it is sabotaging your training.
Experiencing inflammation is part and parcel of the tri lifestyle, but a multifaceted approach involving smart training and a nutritious diet can counteract its often harmful effects.
Nutritionist and coach Dr. Alex Harrison recaps a webinar he did for USA Triathlon on fat adaptation and its use for endurance athletes.
For better or worse, food can help us feel happier or put us in a royal slump.
Australian researchers confirmed results of a previous trial finding that endurance athletes seem to train and race best on high-carb diets.
You need just a few diet tweaks to nail your daily fiber quota.
Some foods and nutrients can hurt your sleep and sleep quality. Some foods can help you sleep better—and, in turn, improve your performance.
Recovery nutrition has always been important, but in the context of training during a global health crisis, it’s actually vital.
Endurance athletes need iron for healthy functioning. What are your optimal iron levels? And how can you make the most of the iron you get?
Resist the urge to grab the first thing you find in the pantry and opt for one of these science-backed snacks.
A sports dietitian breaks it down.
Those emails offering the secret sauce for 100% immunity are 100% false. Time to rely on expert-approved foods that actually support your immune system.
Eat healthy, try new recipes, and keep your grocery store trip efficient with these top tips and recipes from two pro triathletes who love to cook.
Understanding if, when, and how to eat carbohydrates is a hotly debated topic among endurance athletes.
We put three nutrition products to the test—with interesting results.
Understanding more about how your body processes different foods can help you fuel better and avoid getting too hungry.
Your diet can enhance—or derail—your workouts and races. Here, we share the basics on fueling for success. The first rule of sports nutrition: Eat enough.
We gut-checked three nutrition products. And now, the results.
Get legit advice from a legit nutrition pro.
You can spend a pretty penny on staying hydrated.
Thanksgiving is full of savory, comforting dishes, but why not start a fresh tradition this year with a healthier menu?
Chocolate milk has become an increasingly popular drink in sports. Does it live up to the hype?
Many injuries for endurance athletes are an extension of improper nutrition.
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.
Lay off the calorie-counting and focus on nutrients instead. You’ll likely enjoy more satiety, less inflammation, and better recovery.
While these three nutrients might be the dietary equivalent of mom jeans, they’re tried and true.
The protein you choose can affect how you feel during and after exercise.
Not all breads are created equal—here’s how to toast the best.
Eat more healthy fats—and other simple rules for smarter fueling.
Take locally sourced food to the next level by growing your own.
Eat better, save money, and reach your overall goals by taking a few hours a week to plan and prepare your meals.
Leafy greens are chock full of essential vitamins and nutrients, but you might be surprised by how tasty they can also be with some prep.
A registered dietitian examines common nutrition labels to help the public understand the true meanings behind them.
Baby spinach and blueberries aren’t the only exciting produce to hit stores once the temperature drops.
Not only is this protein affordable, it’s also a versatile go-to meat for simple, healthy recipes.
Don’t fall for the siren song of chicer nut butters. This simple spread should be a triathlete’s BFF.
The ubiquitousness of added sweeteners hidden in our food supply can make it a challenge to scale back.
You have a fat chance (pun intended) of achieving optimal health and performance without the right kinds of fats in your diet.
With all of the options at your fingertips, which box will please your taste buds while fueling your body?
Are you getting enough EPA and DHA?
Want to ease muscle soreness? Reduce GI distress? Head to the kitchen, not the medicine cabinet.
Here’s how to press the easy button in the kitchen and save mega-time.
Many athletes struggle to find the right balance between cutting back on calories and eating enough to properly fuel their runs.
“It’s all-natural, so it’s good for you.”
Next time you’re hungry in between meals or need a quick pre- or post-training snack, opt for one of these.
Tart cherries are putting in their bid to become the next famous athletic superfood. Mackenzie L. Havey presents their argument.
If eating cleaner is something you really want, yet find hard to attain, perhaps what’s needed is a different mindset.
Ditch old-school approaches for these modern—and way easier!—alternatives.
Your environment matters when it comes to fostering good eating habits.
There are plenty of sandwich options out there besides bologna, mayo and processed cheese.
Almonds, cashews, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, hemp seeds, soybeans and oats can be liquefied with water and turned into plant-based milks.
Work this nutrition-rich root vegetable into your diet for performance gains.
Yes you can eat your favorite fruit, no matter the season.
Not all types of chocolate are created equal. These guises give you all the excuse you need to embrace your inner Willy Wonka.
These two Triathlete-tested options come without the added sugar and oil found in many varieties.
Boost your immunity with these often neglected vitamins and stay healthier this winter.
Fresh, seasonal ingredients and minimal cleanup is the winning formula for tasty meals in a flash.
Boost immunity and eat well with these tasty dishes.
Beat the heat this summer by stocking up on a naturally hydrating food: melons.
Here are some creative ways to transform canned pumpkin into flavorful, healthful dishes.
Two triathlete-sommeliers pair budget- friendly wines with complementary dishes.
Take your pick of salty or sweet on your next ride with these two Italian-inspired, nutrient-packed snacks.
This modified recipe for tiramisu should lift your spirits and your energy levels.
Packed with protein, farro is a smart grain choice for hard-training triathletes.