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This Chickpea-Based Snack Tastes Good Enough to Replace Your Junk Food Addiction (No, Seriously)

Healthy snacks. In America—where many associate snack food with chips, crackers, cookies and sweets—the term can sound like an oxymoron. But...

By: Brandon Hall

New Study Finds Super Simple Way to Get Teens to Eat More Vegetables

American teens are shockingly bad at eating vegetables. The current Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that adolescents between the ages of...

By: Brandon Hall

Here's What Happened When Gatorade Sent Me to Train Outdoors in the Brutally Cold Minnesota Winter

When Gatorade invited STACK to their "G Sweat School" event in Minneapolis ahead of Super Bowl LII, I thought I was in for a breezy little event. R...

By: Brandon Hall

New Study Reveals Whole Eggs Build Muscle Drastically Better Than Egg Whites

Want to get jacked? Don't lose the yolk. That's the takeaway from a new study from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign that found pos...

By: Brandon Hall

Are RXBARs Actually Healthy?

Nutrition bars are big business. Sales totaled over $2.2 billion in 2016 and they only continue to rise as consumers become more health-conscious. ...

By: Brandon Hall

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The Restock Cleveland

NFL Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden teamed up with longtime friends Anthony Ho and Damier David to bring a reputable sneaker store to downtown Cleveland.

Jason McVeigh on Recovering From Knee Surgery

University of Tennessee Head Athletic Trainer Jason McVeigh talks about the road to recover after surgery.

Allison Maurer Provides Guidelines for Proper Nutrition

University of Tennessee sports nutritionist Allison Maurer talks about helping athletes eat properly by giving them nutrition guidelines.

Allison Maurer on Eating Habits

University of Tennessee sports nutritionist Allison Maurer lays out a day’s worth of recommended eating.

Allison Maurer on the Importance of Breakfast and Lunch

Learn how eating properly during breakfast and lunch can boost your game all day long with tips from University of Tennessee sports nutritionist Allison Maurer.