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A new study questions your habit of always reaching for that post-workout protein. Here’s how the facts shake out so you can re-fuel the right way.
Sipping a cup of coffee before you hit the gym can boost your energy and your performance. But you should take a few precautions. We break down the science.
Meet the new meat. Innovative brands of beef, bison, turkey, chicken and salmon jerky are about to become your new go-to portable snack.
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From La Croix to Polar, your love for sparkling water has some health benefits, but it can also cause bloating and cavities. Follow these tips to sip smart.
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