Before you reach for a pill or a powder, consider reaching into your fridge instead.
Eggs are a nutritional powerhouse for runners. From muffins to masala, here are some innovative ways to eat this staple food.
A quick pasta dish perfect for light lunches or a last-minute dinner side.
Three simple, inexpensive grocery store staples backed by science to keep you going strong.
If your idea of veggie burgers is a dry, bland patty, we’ve got the recipe you need.
This easy-to-make recipe features one unique ingredient.
Give your entrée a sidekick, then watch it shine.
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Need oatmeal-to-go? This overnight golden milk oat jar will help get you out the door in a flash.
Each smoothie recipe has only four to six ingredients. Just throw them all in the blender and in five minutes you'll have a snack (or meal!).
If you're planning on running a race during your next vacation, prepare ahead of time to balance food indulgences with good fueling.
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.
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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.
A registered dietitian breaks down the science behind why our bodies crave comfort food in the wintertime.
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.
Societal pressures often make women feel guilty for consuming the amounts of food that their bodies need to maintain active, healthy lifestyles.
This soup from the Vegan Christmas cookbook is sure to be a holiday party hit, as “the vanilla works so well with the earthy creaminess of the parsnip.”
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?
Ready for fall cooking? Try this seasonal favorite, featured in the 2018 cookbook Simply Vibrant by Anya Kassoff.
Though both nutrient-dense seeds are technically considered superfoods, basil seeds haven’t yet experienced their trend-setting moment.
Eat like an elite with this perfect-for-fall pumpkin pancake recipe.
Make a bunch of single-serving pizzas at once with this fun and fast pizza muffin recipe.
Stir up one of these fruity, natural sports drinks to fuel and hydrate on the run.
Healthy greens and savory blueberries come together in this easy-to-make, tasty summer salad.
A hearty meat-free meal that’s delicious served hot or cold.