White Rice vs. Brown Rice?
Rice is an excellent choice to eat as a carbohydrate. However, many think white rice is bleached and unhealthy because it is refined. But it is not true. All rice [...]
5 Healthy Foods That Got a Bad Rap
People used to think that the world was flat, the sun orbited around the Earth and Pluto was a planet. Now we know better. Nutrition is no different. As research [...]
5 Unhealthy Soups You Should Skip
Temperatures are dropping and that can only mean one thing—it’s soup season. When the calendar flips to the colder months, soup becomes a go-to meal for many people. It’s warm, [...]
5 Unusual Foods That Build Muscle
Most of us already know the main foods that promote muscle growth, such as chicken, eggs, and peanut butter. We don't need to be told about them for the umpteenth [...]
Registered Dietitians Reveal Their Favorite Ways to Eat Fruit
Give some of these a try, and you’ll find yourself eating more fruit in no time—and you’ll actually enjoy it.
A Matter of Taste: Why We Now Love Foods We Used to Hate
Here's how we come to love the foods we used to loathe.
Turmeric: Is This ‘Miracle Food’ the Real Deal? Here’s What the Research Says
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past three months, you’ve probably heard about turmeric. If not, here’s a quick rundown: Turmeric is a plant in the ginger [...]
The One Nutrition Mistake Every Youth Athlete Makes
A youth athlete's schedule doesn’t exactly lend itself to ideal nutrition. Case in point? The long stretch between lunch and dinner. Due to class schedules and after-school athletic commitments, it [...]
Load Up on These Foods at Your Backyard Barbecue
We teamed up with Nancy Clark, MS, RD, to identify athlete-friendly foods you can load up on at your summer cookouts—as well as ones you should limit. Barbecue Foods to [...]
Fueling Olympians In Tokyo
Upwards of 600 athletes competing at the Tokyo Games leaves Brian Knutson with his hands full. He serves as the director of food and nutrition services for the U.S. Olympic [...]