Big brands are investing more and more resources in delivery and curbside pickup. Convenient? Maybe. Good for us? Maybe not.

Before trying a fad diet, make sure you have all the information—and eat plenty of calories while you're at it

The controversial author and personal trainer shares his lessons from the outer limits of self-experimentation

Personalized drinks and shakes are the latest innovation in the quest to boost performance

Even casual drinkers may get a few cravings as they go cold turkey. Here's how to beat them.

Plenty of food trends from this year should stay in the past. And a few of them should come with you into 2020.

A guide to help you wade through the misinformation and buy just what you need

The experts have spoken on what we will see in the coming year

A registered dietitian nutritionist could help you solve a mystery gut issue, boost your training, or develop a better relationship with food. Here's how to know what to look for.

Booze isn't optimal for athletic performance. Thankfully, a new crop of alcohol-free cocktails taste just as good as the real thing.

Some of our favorite nonfiction authors dropped new books that explore everything from climate disaster to unusual acts of endurance

Beautiful places, kind people, and great food aren't just nice things to experience—they're key to good mental health

Sourdough is delicious and good for you, and with just a little practice, you can make it at home

In his new book, 'Lifespan,' celebrated scientist David Sinclair lays out exactly why we age—and why he thinks we don't have to

Blood glucose monitoring for performance is becoming more common. Here's what you need to know.

These underappreciated, nutrient-dense farmers'-market finds are worth adding to your shopping bag

What we teach our kids about nutrition can impact them for the rest of their lives

Here's how to tell if you're getting enough of this essential, overlooked nutrient

After I lost 20 pounds and my red-blood-cell count dropped to dangerous levels, doctors finally knew what the problem was. But no one knew how to fix it.

Patricia McNeal biked across America five years after surviving a stroke. And she's going to do it again.

A good diet is a balance of nutrition, flexibility, and giving your body what it needs

John Joesph's diet is key to his longevity—both on the stage and in races

New centers popping up in New York City can help you reach peak wellness—for just a few hundred dollars per month

Hydrating is supposed to make us healthier and more vibrant. But how much is too much?

Start-line nerves, finish-line beers, and lots of fast, hard miles in between aren't easy on the gut. Here's what I've learned over a decade of racing.

We have a lot of opinions about how to make the most of your pit stop, whether you're headed to or from an adventure

The global meal-replacement market is growing at nearly 7 percent annually and expected to reach $20.6 billion by 2021. But as we hack nutrition for hyperefficiency, have we evolved past the need for deliciousness?

Calorie counting can be a huge burden. Plus, you're probably terrible at it.

Late-night calories can boost recovery and set you up for an active day. Here, a nutritionist weighs in on athletes' favorite snacks.

The perfect summer dessert is ice cream smooshed between 1,000 calories of cookies. Here's how to make our favorite versions.

Cutting down on booze? Try these mocktail recipes instead.

Two new books, 'The Fate of Food' and 'The Way We Eat Now,' look at diet on a global level for a complementary view of our changing food systems

The days of veggie burgers that taste like cardboard are over

Making your way over an 800-mile trail through deserts and mountains in less than 16 days is no picnic—except for those gas-station resupply stops

The breakfast staple has had a rough go of it in the last few decades. So are they good for you or not?

Insights from this year’s ACSM conference on how to lift, what to eat, and how that affects endurance athletes

I thought most of the food I ate came from nearby—until I put that presumption to the test

We won’t tell you what to think; we’re just here to share the latest data.

Energy that tastes more like a meal than a dessert

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