Diet

Even athletes need to watch what they eat from time to time, but they need to make sure that if they're adjusting their nutrition that they don't go too far. Let STACK's treasure trove of diet content help you decide on your new meal plan to help you build strength, burn fat or just improve your conditioning.

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How Poor Nutrition Habits Wreck Your Strength Gains

Ever wonder why you're not making gains? Usually the first change will be sets, reps, exercises, or intensity of a workout. But should it be your...

By: Jeremy Dupont

5 Side Effects of a Low-Protein Diet for Athletes

Most people generally know that protein is related to building muscle, even if they don't understand the biology of it. For athletes, it's a critical...

By: Gary Moller

Why High-Fiber Foods Aren't Just for Old People

When you think about fiber, you might think about foods that help old people go to the bathroom. Yes, fiber is important for this purpose, but it has ...

By: Rob Scott

Hornets Guard Marco Belinelli Once Gained 15 Pounds by Eating Chocolate Chip Cookies

When Marco Belinelli arrived in Golden State in 2007, the Italian hoopster looked like he weighed about 180 pounds. He was a stick, a 19-year-old rook...

By: Jordan Zirm

Inside 'Raw Veganism': Is This Extreme Diet Worth the Effort?

Being a vegan is plenty tough. Not only does it mean you can't eat meat, you can't eat animal products such as butter, milk, eggs or cheese. Animal...

By: Brandon Hall