Food for Fitness

Registered Dietitian and Certified Athletic Trainer Dana Angelo White picks the best recipes for energy and recovery. Here's what to eat, and why.

Fitness-Friendly Snacks

Keep your energy levels steady by choosing smart snacks before or after a workout.

Provencal Deviled Eggs
Jan Smith

Nutrient-Packed Eggs

One 72-calorie egg contains just 1.6 grams of saturated fat and a multitude of nutrients: vitamins A and B12, and the antioxidant lutein, which nourishes the eyes and skin. Many of these nutrients are found in the egg yolk, so eat both yolks and whites to take advantage of all the health benefits. Eggs got a bad rap for relatively high cholesterol levels, but new research shows they can be part of a healthy diet when consumed in moderation. In this recipe, sun-dried tomatoes, capers, and herbs add tons of flavor without many extra calories.

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25 Best Vegetarian

Whether you have made the full vegetarian plunge or just want to mix it up, sans the meat, once a week, these healthy, meatless main dishes will have you swooning.

Fontal Polenta with Mushroom Sauté