Run faster, lift more, jump higher—no matter what your sport of choice is, there are always ways to improve. But one thing can get in the way every time: Chronic inflammation.
Can't see the forest for the trees? These lifestyle tips will help reframe your perspective on prioritizing your own health.
Autumn flavors combine in a fresh, light salad for a no-cook dish that spans the seasons.
The best high-protein breakfasts for athletes (and no, you don't have to eat eggs).
Myths about how high your heart rate should go persist.
Drinking was messing with his performance, so an endurance athlete set out to make a delicious nonalcoholic beer.
How science is bridging the gap between physical and mental health.
The combo of red peppers and tomatoes makes for a vitamin C payload.
Is there a special quality shared by top athletes who triumph over great challenges? And can anyone acquire it?
Bioavailability reveals which nutrients on the plate work in harmony and which battle absorption.
The quick carbs and lean protein help with recovery.
A sports scientist explains why our bodies seem to be working against us at times.
Sure, salads are healthy – but new research suggests they might be especially great for those at-risk for heart disease. The key to a healthier heart could lie in packing your plate with more leafy green veggies.
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.
This powerhouse in a bowl can be served as a smaller side with meat, chicken, or fish.
There are many ways to enjoy your off season from running.
An ankle injury can really put a kink in your race plans. Here’s how to treat and prevent common ankle injuries.
This soba noodle salad came to be when Shalane Flanagan—and her world-record holder mom—fell in love with homemade peanut sauce.
If you’re suffering from joint pain, going plant-based could improve your quality of life.
Wake up to these pumpkin-spiced waffles, made with a blend of almond and coconut flours.
Plan your meals around these nutrition basics to feel stronger and more energized.
Here’s what the latest science says about eating for sun protection.
Add these tasty recipes to your cooking arsenal—your family (and your stomach) will thank you.
Of all of the takes currently floating around the internet, elite runner Sabrina Little argues that the worst is probably the one about how a professional runner would never eat a burrito.
Plus, science-backed ways to avoid dreaded stomach upset on the run.
When running became a trigger for my chronic migraines, I learned a lot about the mind-body connection and how doing nothing could help me become a better runner.
Digital anthropologist and best-selling author Rahaf Harfoush explores our complicated ties with endless productivity, and what we can do about it.
Whether you are dealing with food intolerance or sensitivities, for an athlete, feeling even marginally better can translate to improved training.
Making wild salmon at home doesn't need to be complicated. This recipe uses fewer than five ingredients to bring healthy protein to the table.
Omega-3s are good for your heart, your brain, and your performance. Yet many athletes fall short on this crucial nutrient.
Running your strongest at any age requires a solid fueling plan. Full stop. But as your body and lifestyle change through the years, so does your optimal nutrition strategy. Here’s how to maximize fueling at any life stage.
The more girls use nutrition to tend to their energy needs, the better they’ll fare.
A successful diet is about way more than what you put on your plate.
Fresh mussels are rich in vitamins and minerals, delicious, and incredibly easy and fast to cook.
Reacting to my kiddo's meltdowns only made them worse. Here's what happened when I learned to respond instead.
This easy-to-prepare frittata is versatile enough to be served as breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
These pancakes are delicious on their own, but you can top them with syrup or additional sliced banana if you like.
Stay fit, happy, and healthy early in your pregnancy by feeding your body what it needs.
Much like Oprah, we love bread—but not all loaves are created equal. These options are the best thing since, well, you know.
Learn what factors could be contributing to your food intolerance symptoms and troubleshoot your GI issues to start performing better.
Dealing with stomach pain during or after a workout can make you question why you run in the first place. But there's likely a solution to your discomfort.
There's a reason you crave fruit more in the hot summer months.
Yes, nutrition advice is often confusing, ambiguous, and hotly debated. But despite all the noise out there, these nuggets are indisputable—and often transformative.
It's the summer season on a plate.
Does alcohol have a place in a sport promoting health and wellness?
Prebiotics may improve your gut health and just may support your mental health too. Studies have found these supplements reduced anxiety in some individuals while they got to work in the microbiome.
Stack a smoothie correctly for the best texture, flavor, and nutrition.
Chill out this summer with delicious smoothies that aid training and pack an impressive nutritional punch.
Through a new study, researchers are trying to understand bone health in female ultrarunners.
Chickpeas in dessert may sound weird, but we promise it's oh-so-yummy and good for rebuilding tired muscles.
The great textures and colors of this dish work well with any entrée and you can use any seasonal vegetables you'd like.