We asked an elite runner, a nutritionist and a coach how they fuel for 26.2.
Eating teff, an iron-rich grain found in Africa, can boost iron levels—and athletic performance.
This blood-like product has caffeine, iron and electrolytes.
The Boulder, Colo., company specializes in providing custom nutrition boxes for endurance athletes.
Gluten-free eating doesn't have to be bland.
These protein-packed snack chips pack a flavorful punch.
Do we really need special diets in order to increase our performance?
Vegetables like cauliflower, broccoli and carrots can be "hidden" in traditional dishes.
This hearty green vegetable can be cooked in a variety of ways.
Being a vegetarian doesn't mean you can't get the necessary protein your body needs.