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Try making chocolate milk at home to boost its recovery benefits.
For many runners, oatmeal is a go-to way to kick off the day.
The best high-protein breakfasts for athletes (and no, you don't have to eat eggs).
The combo of red peppers and tomatoes makes for a vitamin C payload.
These unusual up-and-coming sports nutrition products come with some promising research that may make them a popular choice for those putting in the mega-miles.
Add these tasty recipes to your cooking arsenal—your family (and your stomach) will thank you.
Omega-3s are good for your heart, your brain, and your performance. Yet many athletes fall short on this crucial nutrient.
Much like Oprah, we love bread—but not all loaves are created equal. These options are the best thing since, well, you know.
Yes, nutrition advice is often confusing, ambiguous, and hotly debated. But despite all the noise out there, these nuggets are indisputable—and often transformative.
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