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.
Here’s how to go far by eating often—and well. Plus, three recipes for real-food blends.
Pumpkin is an excellent source of fiber, vitamins A and C, and antioxidants.
Get some key vitamins and up your nutrition with our favorite fruit and veggies of the season.
Include these versatile, flavorful fungi in your diet and your health could spring up overnight.
This recipe from Elyse Kopecky is a nutritional powerhouse.
And how they work together in synbiotic products.
Take your passion for pumpkin beyond pie with healthy, seasonal meals that nourish your obsession.
Plus, ways to mix and match for your fueling needs.
Give your dinner a summertime refresh by adding some of these sweet and salty ingredients.
Master any main dish with these in-depth how-tos.
Your ultimate guide to mastering the roast chicken.
These foods not only promote recovery, but they offer a host of other health benefits.
Every endurance athlete should practice at least the first of these measures in order to stay satisfied throughout the day.
This healthy zucchini recipe is a delicious, easy way to use up summer produce. It's great by itself, or add some grilled chicken for a protein boost.
Try making these zucchini muffins for a nutritious and delicious pre-run snack.
Take advantage of the abundance of summer vegetables and make these simple low-carb swaps in your favorite dishes.
A refreshing post-run recipe from nutrition coach, chef, and two-time New York Times best-selling author Elyse Kopecky.
Best-selling cookbook author Elyse Kopecky explains why what you eat is just as important as what you drink when it comes to proper hydration.
Plus, five sports nutrition products that deliver healthy hydration with that familiar, refreshing cola flavor.
Australian researchers confirmed results of a previous trial finding that endurance athletes seem to train and race best on high-carb diets.
Study shows faster marathoners took in significantly more calories and fats—eating more nuts, seeds, fruits, and vegetables—than slower marathoners.
A new study shows how milk, more than sports drinks or water, can help exercise-induced dehydration.
A delicious addition to your weekday routine from the nutrition coach, chef, and two-time New York Times best-selling author.
The health benefits of pineapple for runners are many—here's how (and why) to add some of this refreshing tropical fruit to your diet.
Eat healthy, try new recipes, and keep your grocery trips efficient with these top tips and recipes from two pro triathletes who love to cook.
Take locally sourced food to the next level by growing your own.