While plant-based meats may sound like a no-brainer for your health, athletes need to read the fine print.
The microorganisms in your gut microbiome can affect how well you train and race. Learn the latest science on the athlete's microbiome, plus ways that you can make it work harder for you.
You may know that you need carbs to perform well, but not always for the reasons you think. Here’s the new science on why going carb-light can actually be hurting your performance.
You've been training hard, so treat yourself. These nutritionist-approved desserts have what it takes to boost recovery and satisfy every craving. Bonus: They're actually good for you.
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.
The tips you need to get your day off to a better start.
Poke certainly isn't a new creation, but this easy-going incarnation proves that nutritious and delicious can mingle.
Salad need not be relegated to a dull side dish. This recipe hits all the flavor and texture sweet spots and proves that green is indeed the color of health.
Sure, protein will fill you up. But there's another reason to highlight this key nutrient. Changes to your gut's bacterial make-up could be yet another reason to celebrate high-protein diets.
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.
When it comes to fueling brag-worthy runs, sometimes natural selection works in your favor. Here are real-food options shown to assist top-notch performances as well as sports energy products.
To eat better than ever, you should be packing more nutrients into every calorie. We’re explaining why nutrient-dense foods are the best for your health.
It's so much greater than sliced bread. These are must-try ways to serve up this classic runner staple.
Bored stiff of whole wheat pasta and brown rice? These globetrotting grains — including one from Ethiopia — are ready to take your training diet up a notch.
Yes, caffeine can give you wings. But there are a few important things you need to know first before pounding the espressos.
Calories aren't an effective measurement of the healthfulness of a meal: Here are five things you should be counting instead.
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.
From breakfast to training and even dessert, dietitian Matt Kadey found the best nutrition bars to sink your teeth into for every situation.
A look at the science of what added sugar does to your health, plus simple tricks to scale back.
It's comfort in a bowl.
An update to the classic.
Proof that comfort food can be quick.
Warming up in the winter starts in the kitchen.
Master any main dish with these in-depth how-tos.
Your ultimate guide to mastering the roast chicken.
Eggs are a nutritional powerhouse for runners. From muffins to masala, here are some innovative ways to eat this staple food.
Three simple, inexpensive grocery store staples backed by science to keep you going strong.
Need oatmeal-to-go? This overnight golden milk oat jar will help get you out the door in a flash.
Making these stir-fry recipes for dinner is an easy way to whip up nutritious meals without spending a lot of time in the kitchen.
The body can convert the beta-carotene found in this recipe into vitamin A, which has been shown to boost eye, bone and immune health.
This Brussels Sprout Egg Hash recipe is chock-full of vitamins C and K.
Add some turkey, chipotle chili pepper and refried beans to your sweet potato toast and voila—you've made a tasty meal full of protein.
This fan-favorite pork tenderloin dinner recipe is infused with a hefty amount of fruity—and healthy!—cherry sauce.
Who says pizza can’t be healthy?
Make a bunch of single-serving pizzas at once with this fun and fast pizza muffin recipe.
As part of his summer “Grill Thrills” series, Matthew Kadey offers a grilled cheese sandwich recipe that's chock-full of omega-3s.