Don't let the cold weather freeze your training. From homemade soups to immune-boosting nutrition, stay fueled and healthy with these winter foods.
Do the dark days of winter leave you uninspired in the kitchen? Stock these three foods in your pantry for healthy comfort food all season long.
The right sports diet is important for skiers, skaters, runners and other athletes who are exposed to winter cold. Sports nutritionist Nancy Clark addresses questions about winter nutrition.
Taking vitamins should be an essential part to your winter eating habits. Making sure you eat healthy foods that contain them is more delicious, and maybe even more effective than popping pills.
Stay warm during winter weather with this homemade tomato soup. Vitamin-packed and low in fat, this quick, easy recipe will satisfy your nutritional needs and fuel your workouts.
Just because it's cold doesn't mean you can't keep eating fresh, healthy and sustainable veggies.
Load up on all your carbs, protein and other nutrients from one bowl. Satisfy your taste buds and stay fueled with these five recipes.
Packed with protein and fiber, this flavorful soup is a perfect post-run meal.
You can still eat healthy while on the go. Try making your own juices at home to get your daily fruit and vegetable intake.
Does chicken soup deserve its reputation as a disease fighter and cure for whatever ails you? Let's take a look at its overall health benefits.
Pulling on extra layers doesn't have to mean piling on the pounds. When the temperature drops, keep your energy high with these useful tips.