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.

Fresh Tomato Soup
Randy Mayor

A Snack You Can Sip

This light and fresh tomato soup can be enjoyed hot or cold for a delicious and hydrating snack. All fluids contribute to hydration―even soup! Tomatoes are a very good source of fiber, vitamins A and C, and potassium, an electrolyte founds in many sports drinks because it helps your body maintain correct fluid balance and aids in preventing muscle cramps. Cooked tomatoes contain especially high levels of the antioxidant lycopene.

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