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6 On-the-Go Protein-Packed Foods

Whether you're an athlete or just always on the go, you need energy to get through the day. And the best place to get that boost isn't from some...

By: Adam Lowry

Protein Bar or Candy Bar: Can You Guess Which Is Which?

According to the Nutrition Business Journal, the US supplement industry is a 37-million dollar industry. That includes sports nutrition such as protein...

By: Justin Ochoa

Why You Should Care About Amino Acids

Amino acids. You've probably heard those words before, but do you really know what they mean? Where do they come from? What do they do? Why are th...

By: Brandon Hall

3 High-Protein Sources You're Missing

Walk into any vitamin shop or even grocery store and you'll no doubt find a section dedicated to foods marketed as high protein sources of nutrition....

By: Sara Haas

Does a Vegan Diet Contain Enough Protein for Athletes?

Conventional wisdom states that in order to be healthy people, especially athletes, need a diet rich in animal-based proteins like meat and dairy pr...

By: Skyword

Latest Videos in Protein Sources

The Power of Recovery: A Nutrition Strategy to Rebuild Muscle

In this episode of 'The Power of Recovery,' elite performance coach Steve Hess offers advice to coaches on how they can help their athletes rebuild muscles and recover after workouts and practices through proper nutrition.

A Simple DIY Energy Bite Recipe

Sports Dietician Leslie Bonci shows you how to make Energy Bites as a perfect on-the-go snack for athletes.

MET-Rx: Love The Monster

Feed, nurture and train your monster, and it will repay your love by destroying all who stand in your way. #LovetheMonster

STACK Performance Nutrition: What You Should Eat After a Workout

Sports dietician Leslie Bonci shares her thoughts on the best food to help you refuel after a grinding workout.

Make a Skinny Elvis, Athletic Gaines' Protein-Powered Snack

Chef McGonigle of Athletic Gaines (Las Vegas) demonstrates how to make "The Skinny Elvis," a high-calorie, high-protein snack that their NFL Combine athletes use to fuel up and build muscle.