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Being metabolically flexible helps performance, but do you need an app to track it?

Eating right looks different for athletes, and following vague nutrition maxims can have a surprisingly negative impact

‘Maintenance Phase’ hosts Aubrey Gordon and Michael Hobbes are tackling everything from Halo Top ice cream to the war on obesity

Overcomplicating sports nutrition wastes money and time. It also perpetuates privilege.

Actually, we can’t get everything we need from nature

The food-mood connection is interesting, but the research is still in its infancy. Here’s what we know.

Eating disorders affect people of all backgrounds, at all weights. To tackle them, we first need to reframe the way we think and talk about them.

The popular app promises weight loss without dieting. Then it proposes restrictive eating habits.

We asked a handful of athletes competing in Tokyo in various sports to share how they fuel themselves

The nutrition trend is all over TikTok, and it’s actually not a bad idea

The buzziest supplement on the market might just live up to the hype. Here are our favorite new products.

Quick fixes and one-size-fits-all solutions abound in the world of wellness influencers. Here’s why you should avoid them.

Body fat is not a reliable indicator of health. So why are we obsessed with it?

Your microbiome absolutely impacts your health, but taking postbiotic supplements won’t do anything to help

The popular brand Oatly claims it’s a health food. The internet claims it’s more like a can of Coca-Cola.

Challenge what you think you know about diets, nutrition, and why we eat the way we do

Most trendy kitchen appliances are a waste of space. The air fryer is an exception.

Your diet impacts your health, but stop expecting so much from it

Alternatives to animal products aren't necessarily better for you

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