Healthy Dinner

Dinner is your chance to refuel after a hard day's work. Feed your body the nutrients it needs to repair itself, such as healthy carbohydrates, lean proteins and leafy green vegetables. STACK's experts and pro athletes give insightful tips and share advice on how to make sure you can get the most out of this meal.

Latest in Healthy Dinner

Beast on a Budget: 3 Muscle Building Meals for Under $3

You don't have to break the bank to become a beast. There seems to be a common misconception that optimally fueling your body is inconveniently...

By: Justin Ochoa

Shepherd's Pie Makeover: Comfort Food After a Hard, Rainy Practice

Editor's Note: From the fast food drive-thru and the take-out box to the backyard BBQ, STACK Expert Kait Fortunato is taking our favorite indulgence...

By: Kait Fortunato

Cooking with Coconut: Coconut Curry Chicken (In 10 Minutes or Less)

Variety isn't just the spice of life. It's the key to a healthy lifestyle. Experimenting with new foods allows you to mindfully enjoy each bite of...

By: Kait Fortunato

Turn 5 Main Ingredients into 25 Healthy Dinners

Athletes lead busy lives. Who has the time to cook dinner every night after spending time and money at the grocery store? One thing most of us have ...

By: Kait Fortunato

6 Easy, Fresh Dinners Using Just the Microwave

We've all had to rely on frozen meals at times. Although we can't discredit all frozen foods as unhealthy, many are loaded with sodium, artificial p...

By: Kait Fortunato

Latest Videos in Healthy Dinner

Leslie Bonci's Meals for Athletes

Pittsburgh Steelers dietician Leslie Bonci talks nutrition and what meals she gives her players for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Super Bowl XLVII.

Fast Food Post Workout

Hit up these nutrition guidelines when eating at a fast food restaurant.

Dwight Freeney Loves His 12-Ounce Buffalo Strip Steaks

Indianapolis Colts defensive end and perennial Pro Bowler Dwight Freeney discusses in detail his favorite healthy meal.

A Complete Meal with Pizza

Learn what else to serve up if you’re dishing on pizza.

Why Eating Slowly Fills You Up Fast

Cheryl Zonkowski, University of Florida’s director of sports nutrition, explains the importance of eating slowly during meals.