You know you need protein. But here’s exactly how much you need and the best sources.
With so many choices, how do you know which protein powder is best for you? A registered dietitian explains how protein powders differ.
If you’re a runner and don’t have the right nutrition and fluid balance headed into your run you could risk draining your body of vital resources too quickly or have less energy to complete your program. Get all the tips you need to stay healthy and hydrated. Dietitian Kate Patton offers advice on adopting a diet plan that fuels and hydrates you each time you step out the door.
This easy banana smoothie can be made dairy-free or higher in protein, depending on your needs.
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Peanut butter, almond butter, sunflower seed butter, soy nut butter, walnut butter. You definitely have more choices for nut butters these days. Our dietitian weighs in on how to pick your spread.
Protein is an important part of your diet and can even reduce your risk for heart disease and stroke. But not all protein is created equal. Our registered dietitian gives her top picks for healthy high-protein foods that are low in fat, salt and sugar.
Protein is part of a healthy diet, but finding fast sources of healthy protein can be challenging. Our registered dietitian offers seven higher-protein snacks to help propel you through your day — all under 175 calories.
Looking to spice up your pasta salad? Look no more with this easy, delicious meal.
Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series “The Short Answer.” Kate Patton, RD, explains how to regulate your protein intake.
High-protein diets are known for fast weight loss, but can they cause kidney damage? Find out what you need to know to protect your kidneys and your health.