Gaia Herbs offers a traditional golden milk recipe for runners.
Cooking meals is one way runners can better understand and appreciate the fuel they use to power their running.
These healthy, portable fruit snacks will appease taste buds of all generations.
Garden fresh with herbs and leeks, this frittata makes a healthy and filling post-run meal.
A new study suggests that making breakfast your biggest meal of the day can help you lose weight.
Registered dietitians offer their tips for how you can eat healthy–even on days when you don't feel like cooking.
After a quick visit to the oven, these roasted cherry tomatoes become the perfect topping for any salad, frittata or pasta dish.
The latest coffee-related study confirms that coffee consumption does not negatively affect bone health.
Susie Middleton shares this delicious arugula salad recipe from her new cookbook Simple Green Suppers.
This grilled vegetarian flatbread recipe made of naan with a rich feta spread takes less than one hour to make.
BRB, gotta make 'em all.
Instead of turning on the tap, here are some souped-up versions of H2O.
Nat Runs Far's oatmeal currant muffins recipe will likely make you run faster to reach this delicious post-run treat.
Run Eat Repeat advises on the best things to eat and drink before and after long summer runs so that you can stay healthy all season.
Pack in a smoothie or even a tomato soup.
Seaweed isn't just the annoying stuff that wraps around your legs while you're playing in the waves–it can also be a healthy snack.
This grain- and dairy-free breakfast bowl is packed with veggies and immune system-boosting bone broth.
Blogger Stephanie Hoppe of We Run the World shares the 10 lessons she's learned during her first month of vegan (or vegan-ish) eating.
Dietitian Toby Amidor discusses the importance of meal prepping for runners and describes some of the tips offered in her new cookbook.
Registered Dietitian Natalie Rizzo explains what FODMAPs are and how they impact runners' diets.
Matthew Kadey offers a recipe featuring grilled mussels and blistered tomatoes as part of his summer "Grill Thrills" series.
As part of his summer “Grill Thrills” series, Matthew Kadey offers a grilled cheese sandwich recipe that's chock-full of omega-3s.
Matthew Kadey offers a grilled pork recipe that features a savory plum sauce and a smorgasbord of spices to taste.
Colorful and tasty, this breakfast sandwich is full of protein that will give you the power you need to fuel your training schedule.
This watermelon gazpacho recipe makes a fitting soup for any summer or fall occasion.
Even a nutritionist is a creature of habit when it comes to food.
Fats, proteins, and carbs get all the love—here are the other things your body needs to run fast, far, and forever.
If you are feeling a little lost in the kitchen, these cookbooks by the top dietitians and athletes will help you get all the fuel you need.
This lohikeitto recipe from Finland is full of hearty proteins and healthy carbs that'll fuel the endurance athlete's next big workout.
This fish taco recipe is one of several that author Matt Fitzgerald spent 18 months gathering for his new book The Endurance Diet.
Inexpensive and full of healthy nutrients, sesame seeds can be added to almost any recipe.
In his new book The Endurance Diet, author Matt Fitzgerald compiles recipes like this ugali appetizer that complement any endurance diet.
Nat Runs Far shares a peach and mozzarella skewers recipe that serves as a great post-run snack or appetizers for your next dinner party.
You feel guilty asking friends to cater to your dietary needs.
In this excerpt from Matt Fitzgerald's new book The Endurance Diet, elite runner Molly Huddle explains why she adopted an endurance diet.
From his new book, The Endurance Diet, author Matt Fitzgerald offers a spicy recipe from Japan with a sauce you'll love.
It may seem a bit 'woo woo' but if you have protein powder, you're already familiar with it.
If you are running with a group and someone asks for a chew, do you have to share? Our etiquette expert shares what you should do.
When we start thinking of foods as "good" or "bad" or justify gorging because we ran all the miles, we are putting our health at risk.
Each long run distance requires a certain amount of fuel and what you eat for breakfast should vary because of that fact.
The food you eat can make or break your body's ability to get across the finish line. Add these things into your diet habits.
Good snacking habits means keeping healthy choices nearby. These are perfect because they won't go bad after a week in your desk drawer.
As she resets her nutrition for the New Year, Fat Girl Running shares what she has learned about portions sizes and her training schedule.
The meal you have post-run is important, and these fish tacos from Running On Veggies has everything you need to recover strong.
A new study has revealed some new benefits of tart cherry juice for athletes.
If recovery is coming slowly for you, there are ways to use fuel—in the form of food—that will help.
Runners, start your blenders!
These recovery bites are so addictive that you'll blaze through your workout just to have them.
The red fruit win again in aiding hard-working runners in recovery—but this time it's avoid the sniffles, not muscle cramps.