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Is Fruit Juice Actually Healthy?

Is fruit juice healthy? If you poll your average parent, feedback is varied. A 2012 study found that one-third of parents believed fruit juice was ...

19 Pro Athletes With Insanely Strict Diets

To survive, a pro athlete's nutrition has to be on point. Players might've been able to eat junk in college and slide by on talent and skill, b...

5 Hacks to Make Holiday Workouts More Effective

There is a reason why "I will exercise" is one of the most common New Year's resolutions. As people slack off holiday workouts and eat delicious food,...

How to Prepare Nutritious Overnight Oats for Busy Athletes

Being a student athlete is all about time management. Balancing your studies, practice, competition and a social life is a full plate. Now add in...

How to Identify and Avoid Highly Processed Foods

You've heard of processed foods, but you still might have questions about them. STACK talked to sports dietician Leslie Bonci to learn more about pr...

Are Acai Bowls Actually Healthy?

Acai bowls are here to stay. What started as a stylish trend years ago thanks in part to the rise of acai berries as a "superfood" has now become a...

Why Every Athlete Should Care About FODMAPs

FODMAPs (Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols) are commonly eaten short-carbohydrates and sugar alcohols, which c...

How Allyson Felix Fuels Up on Race Days

Four-time Olympic gold medal-winning sprinter Allyson Felix may only weigh 120 pounds, but she burns up so much energy through training and competitio...

Nutrition Plan for Football

Eating is just as much a part of training as lifting, running and learning plays. Whether you're a quarterback or a lineman, you need to fuel adequate...

Tom Brady Has Never Eaten a Strawberry

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is a health nut. He doesn't drink coffee. He eats avocado ice cream and calls it dessert. He equates drin...

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