You know protein helps build muscle and keep you full. But that doesn't make it easy to whip up a pork tenderloin or grill a lean cut of beef after every gym sesh.
If you're like most on-the-go women, there's a good chance granola bars seriously simplify your life.
People are mad about matcha tea thanks to its impressive antioxidant levels (courtesy of ground-up green tea leaves) and versatility as a cooking ingredient.
The FDA recommends consuming an ounce and a half of nuts (about a handful, or 240 calories) per day, but only four out of 10 Americans eat nuts on a daily basis, according to a recent CDC study.
Resisting the salty, fried and ooey-gooey comfort food that takes over on Super Bowl Sunday is tough, but doing so when there are zero alternatives in sight makes it nearly impossible.
As wannabe gladiators, the struggle of battling #TGIT Withdrawal Disorder has been real.
Cabernet? Nope. Cheese? Think again. How about cookies? No way. Don't freak! There are still plenty of appetizing Paleo snacks.
It's party time! These two-bite delights pack a serious punch of flavor but only 100 or fewer calories per serving.
Football season: It might as well be nicknamed snack season. With every Sunday—and sometimes Monday—spent on the couch, mindless munching can lead to some serious weight gain if you're not careful.
Whoever says football-friendly food needs to be greasy, fattening, and ooey gooey clearly doesn't know Sam Stephens (and, ahem, doesn't read FITNESS).
As a new mom and one of The Chew's cohosts, Daphne Oz, relies on easy, healthy snacks that can be eaten with one hand. Her top picks pack protein, complex carbs and a little fat to keep you full.
You shouldn't feel guilty about satisfying your sweet tooth, but that doesn't mean anything goes.
Ordering your groceries online is becoming a thing of the past. Now you can skip the meal prep altogether and get your snacks sent straight to you. Here's a look at the latest snack box subscriptions.
Our editors dish on the delicious, healthy snacks that keep them going through a tough workout or a busy day.
There are many things to love about fall, but seasonal snacks top our list.
Are little bites throughout the day good or bad for your waistline? Nutrition gurus just can't make up their minds.
Juno Demelo, Nutrition Editor at Fitness magazine, demonstrates the simple, super-fast way to bake homemade kale chips.
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