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Balancing Your Energy Sources: There’s No Magic Formula

Steer clear of one-size-fits-all formulas to balance carbs, fat and protein in your diet.

Can Fueling Less Boost Your Fitness?

Sometimes it pays to run out of gas.

Are Carbohydrates Really Needed During Exercise?

One study questions whether or not we should fuel our muscles during a run or let them use stored energy reserves.

Do The Math: Percentages In Diets Are ‘Meaningless’

Steer clear of one-size-fits-all formulas to balance carbs, fat and protein in your diet.

Are Sports Drinks Making You Fat?

These 3 simple rules will make sports drinks a friend, not a foe, to your body weight goals.

How Much Fat Should Runners Eat?

Too little fat is as bad as too much fat.

Nutrient Timing Is Everything For Runners

How an athlete's body utilizes energy is infinitely more critical than that of their sedentary peers.

The 10 Biggest Sports Nutrition Myths

Uncover the truth about fueling for your endurance endeavors.

Taking Another Look At Glycemic Index

Evidence suggests the glycemic index of foods doesn’t matter as much as you’ve been told.

5 Tips For Limiting Holiday Weight Gain

Use these tips to balance holiday enjoyment with your needs as an athlete.

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