Healthy Snacks

Training and competition place high demands on the body, and consuming snacks throughout the day is essential for getting the right nutrients and fluids at the right times in order to maximize your performance. Learn about the most effective foods and drinks to consume before, during and after workouts and games, so you can keep your body fueled and your energy high when it matters most. STACK has plenty of nutritional information for you to consume, served up by leading nutritionists, dieticians and culinary experts.

Latest in Healthy Snacks

Is Popcorn Actually Healthy?

Popcorn is an all-American snack. We eat it everywhere—the movies, ballgames, amusement parks, carnivals, even our own living rooms. Americans ea...

By: Brandon Hall

A Quick DIY Energy Bite Recipe

Having enough energy is key for athletes. School or work can be draining, and athletes need energy to perform their best during a game or a practice. ...

By: Rob Scott

Is Avocado Toast Healthy?

Americans love avocado. The trendiest way to eat it? Avocado toast. Both foodies and average Joes seem to adore it. It's suddenly on the menu at...

By: Brandon Hall

The Secret To How Pro Athletes Cheat On Their Diets Without Getting Off Track

The cheat meal. It typically comes after a substantial streak of healthy eating as an incentive for a person to stay on their diet. The theory behi...

By: Brandon Hall

How To Refuel During Halftime

All athletes know how important it is to fuel their bodies correctly before and after a game to ensure they can perform to the best of their abiliti...

By: Rob Scott

Latest Videos in Healthy Snacks

STACK Performance Nutrition: 3 Healthy High-Protein Snacks

In this episode of STACK Performance Nutrition, Leslie Bonci recommends three healthy protein snacks.

Salty Carb Sources

Wendy Meyer Sterling, New York Jets nutrition consultant, throws down top salty carb sources that can aid in replacing sodium and minimize muscle cramps.

Julie Burns on Snacking for Weight Gain

Chicago Blackhawks team nutritionist Julie Burns shares snack ideas when building lean mass.