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.
A new study shows most sport supplement research is done on men, not women—and blanket recommendations for both groups may be holding women back.
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.
Apple cider vinegar has been making a huge comeback for its health benefits—is the gummy version the solution to a face-puckering problem?
Providing 5,000 IU of vitamin D absorbed directly through your skin with each daily dose, D+ Lotion offers an innovative and effective way to make sure you’re getting enough of this vital nutrient.
Taking care of the powerhouse hidden inside your cells can help you stay stronger longer.
This innovative topical supplement allows you to boost your daily intake of vitamin D.
But do they work to improve endurance performance? The evidence, so far, is mixed.
An amino acid supplement that is popular with bodybuilders may be better for triathletes.
This seminar features Cristina Rivera. Rivera talks about nutrition products like bars, gels and supplements, and helps you decide which ones are worth your time.
As we get older, our bodies gradually lose their capacity to fight free radicals with antioxidants—including those free radicals that cause fatigue during exercise. Could antioxidant supplementation combat this effect of aging on endurance performance?