Eat Healthy

Training and competition place high demands on the body, so athletes need meal plans to get the right nutrients and fluids at the right times. Sticking to an eating plan facilitates gains in muscle size, strength and speed as well as overall athletic performance. Get expert advice on formulating a meal plan specific to your nutritional needs to help you achieve your performance goals.

Latest in Eat Healthy

Is Vegan Cheese Healthy?

Vegan eating has gone mainstream. Vegan options are now widely available on many restaurant menus, and a number of high-profile athletes (such as N...

By: Brandon Hall

The Easiest and Tastiest Way to Add More Veggies to Your Diet

Americans are shockingly bad at eating vegetables. The USDA recommends eating two to three cups of vegetables a day. A recent data analysis from th...

By: Brandon Hall

Should You Be Taking Wheatgrass Shots?

I remember my first wheatgrass shot. It was vibrantly green and smelled like fresh lawn clippings. It tasted terrible. I rationalized that th...

By: Brandon Hall

Jahlil Okafor Went Vegan to Heal His Achy Knees, Has Already Lost 20 Pounds

If Jahlil Okafor can kick the injury bug, he has the potential to be something special. The 21-year-old big man has dealt with knee issues ever sin...

By: Brandon Hall

4 Nutrition Tips to Improve Your Golf Game

Diet and nutrition is usually something that gets discussed in the context of bodybuilding or high intensity sports, but did you know that it actually...

By: Anna Johansson

Latest Videos in Eat 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.