Uninspired by your typical fare? From an unbeatable breakfast to healthy desserts, try these easy-to-make, athlete-approved dishes.
A week's worth of breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks to help you lose stubborn fat.
Fuel your morning run with this recipe packed with slow-releasing carbs and quality nutrients.
Packed with healthy carbs and dried fruit, homemade snacks can be ideal before a workout. Make healthy, delicious energy bars with this fast and simple recipe.
Saut?ed chickpeas and feta cheese take center stage in this light, fresh spinach salad created by athlete Jenny Eggers.
A fast, easy and healthy lunch or dinner. A Quizno's Tuna Melt has a frightening 1220 calories and 94 grams of fat, where you can enjoy ours for only 382 calories and 10 grams of fat.
Magdalena Lewy Boulet's favorite dish has everything a runner could ask for: Complex carbs from the grains boost muscle energy stores while antioxidants in the veggies and fruits help maintain a healthy immune system.
This appetizer is perfect for spring get-togethers. Artichokes are high in fiber and protein, low in calories and naturally fat-free. Plus--they taste good too.
Customize this stuffed chicken dish with your favorite vegetables for a tasty, healthy meal.
Olympian Deena Kastor fuels her runs with this energy-packed pasta dish.
This Mexican layered casserole is hearty and healthy. It's loaded with lean protein, low in fat, and easy to prepare. Who said delicious food can't be healthy?
Packed with protein and fiber, this flavorful soup is a perfect post-run meal.
Blended drinks score the most points for providing energy and recovery nutrients for pre- and post-workouts. Here are some great recipes.
Make these decadent desserts at home and indulge without the bulge. In this guide, we show you how to swap a few key ingredients to spare calories but not taste.