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Is Turkey Sausage Actually Healthy?

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. You've certainly heard the phrase before, and it's not without merit. Studies have found that maki...

By: Brandon Hall

Is Kombucha Actually Healthy?

Kombucha. The name alone sounds exotic, like an elixir of health from a faraway land. Indeed, it's believed that kombucha—which is defined as a b...

By: Brandon Hall

The Superfood Diet That Helps Antonio Brown Devour Defenses

When Antonio Brown began posting photos of his meals on Instagram several months ago, I took notice. We've covered AB's nutrition in the past, but thi...

By: Brandon Hall

Sardines: The Incredibly Powerful Superfood You've Probably Been Ignoring

Sardines. They're one of the most disrespected foods in America. There seems to be some sort of psychological hold-up that prevents people from eve...

By: Brandon Hall

The NBA's Vegan Revolution: Why so Many Players Embrace a Plant-Based Diet

Once upon a time, the idea of veganism catching on among the NBA elite would've seemed all but impossible. Call it a generational disconnect. Charl...

By: Brandon Hall

Latest Videos in Eating Healthy

The Power of Recovery: Help Your Athletes Relax and Regenerate

In this episode of 'The Power of Recovery,' elite performance coach Steve Hess outlines a step-by-step plan to help athletes rest, recover and regenerate through relaxation, cold therapy and recovery nutrition.

Christian McCaffrey Details His Obsessive Diet

Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey reveals the type of foods he includes in his meticulous diet.

How to Navigate a Team Breakfast

Many team breakfasts are filled with pancakes, bacon, etc., and are only a few hours before a game. How should an athlete deal with this? Sports dietician Leslie Bonci has answers.

Fast Food Options for Athletes

Sports dietician Leslie Bonci helps you decide what options are best for athlete's when eating fast food.

These 8 Calorie-Dense Foods Provide All-Day Energy

Sports dietician Leslie Bonci provides examples of foods that bring a lot of calories in a small serving size to help athletes get the energy they need without stuffing themselves.