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The Best Food Sources to Help You Maintain Energy

It's a busy world we live in. With the many social platforms and non-stop pace of fitness I sometimes find myself working 12, 18 and even 20 hour work...

Denver Nuggets Phenom Nikola Jokic Used to Drink a Gallon of Coca-Cola Every Day

For an athlete, or for an average human being looking to remain relatively healthy, it's fairly common knowledge that drinking even just one can of Co...

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...

Is LaCroix Actually Healthy?

If you're reading this, it's probably because you're currently obsessed with LaCroix. You're not alone. A brand of flavored sparkling waters that h...

New Study Finds That Diet Soda Drinkers Consume More Calories Than Regular Soda Drinkers

People often drink diet soda because they want to cut down on their calories, but a new study has found that there's virtually no difference in to...

Every Time the Baltimore Ravens Win, One of Their Players Celebrates With a Gallon of Ice Cream

The Baltimore Ravens currently sit atop the AFC North at 6-5. This means that safety Eric Weddle has consumed six gallons of ice cream since the NFL s...

Does Calorie-Labeling Actually Make People Eat Healthier?

As obesity rates have soared in recent years, food labeling has become a big focus in America. In May, rules for a new nutrition facts label were f...

Why The Sugar in Fruit Doesn't Make You Fat

Sugar is bad. Eating too much of it has been linked to obesity, Type 2 diabetes, tooth decay, heart disease and even cancer. Americans have long kn...

These 5 Alarming Stats Show Just How Bad the Average American Eats

It's an appropriate coincidence that the acronym for the Standard American Diet is SAD. Also known as the Western pattern diet, the SAD uses av...