How much protein do you really need? Build strong muscles, recover faster, and pack the best nutrients into every meal with these tips for a protein-rich diet.
The skinless chicken breast is one of the leanest, most protein-packed foods you can eat. It's also boring. Here's how to keep it delicious, meal after meal.
A study by the International Society of Sports Nutrition found that athletes don't just need more calories, but more protein. Keep a proper protein balance in your diet with this guide.
Building muscle and recovering from workouts can be confusing for athletes. How much protein should athletes consume? The following information can help you optimize your protein intake.
After exercise, the body begins the process of recovery, adapting and preparing for the next challenge. Eating or drinking enough protein after exercising helps offset the protein breakdown cause by exercise, and helps rebuild and reinforce muscles.
Got protein? Sports nutritionist and Active Expert Nancy Clark explains how much you need and offers tips for adding protein-rich foods to your diet.
Many athletes worry their standard diets are inadequate to support their sports program so they look to protein supplements. Here are some tips to easily get the protein you need through standard foods.