Sporting KC's Sports Performance Dietitian shares her favorite refueling tips.

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If you and your team are interested in tackling your nutrition, visit the Sports Nutrition Game Plan website to learn more and sign up for free.

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FY23 BIWFD Recipes, Sizzling Asian Stir Fry


As a dietitian juggling the demands of a busy household with three hungry teens, Abby Heidari, learned some practical mealtime tricks for easy midweek dinners that helped her skimp on cooking time. Here’s how.

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Unlocking Flavor and Nutrition: Why Beef Deserves a Place on Your Plate

As a registered dietitian and avid home cook, few things excite Cara Harbstreet more in the kitchen than planning a meal with beef. Discover why beef inspires Cara's meals and recipes.

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Meating Your Needs

As a dietitian working with the Kansas City Chiefs, Leslie Bonci's goal is to help players strategize, optimize, and realize their potential through the foods they choose to include in their fuel kit. Whether you're a casual athlete or a pro, eating well can boost physiology, physique, and performance when driven by practical and enjoyable food choices.

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Simple Tips for Eating Healthy over the Holidays

7 surprising facts about beef and a heart healthy diet

Eating for a healthy heart and enjoying your favorite foods like beef don’t have to be at odds with one another. Here are seven surprising facts about beef and a heart-healthy diet.

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beef and the immune system

When it comes to beef and your health, you can rest easy knowing that along with being delicious, beef contains important nutrients that your body needs. In just one 3 oz. cooked serving, you’re getting 10 essential nutrients, including about half your Daily Value for protein.

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7 hacks for hiding veggies in chilli

Level up your chili game this Fall by incorporating other nutritious foods into your traditional beef chili recipes.  Your kids already love beef chili, so why not add an extra serving of vegetables to their day? 

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3 ideas for better family meals

Many moms' visions of having a Pinterest-worthy table with a healthy, homemade meal (that the kids will actually eat) set in front of smiling and thankful faces sounds daunting, if not impossible.If this isn't your reality, then don't feel frazzled! Here are 3 simple for better family meals, on any schedule. 

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Following basic sports nutrition tips can help student athletes play to the best of their competitive ability. Student athletes are just like any other athlete; they want to perform at their best, and the regular exercise and physical demands of student sports requires a well-balanced meal plan. m.

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6 reasons to batch cook beef

Protein is essential fuel for the active child and student. Save time with with batch cooking. You can even enlist the help of your school-aged kids to make an assembly line for washing and chopping produce. Prepping several meals at one time makes eating healthier not only possible but quick and easy

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which cuts of beef are lean?

Our farmers and ranchers have been working hard for decades to raise beef that tastes great. Did you also know that they've been working just as hard at increasing the number and variety of lean cuts available? Check out which cuts are classified as lean.

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Recipes for a balanced plate

Don't sacrifice taste for a healthy and balanced plate. These recipes are proof that taste and nutrition go hand-in-hand. 

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What about grass-fed beef?

Is there a difference between grain-fed and exclusively grass-fed beef? Click and find out. 

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Citrus-Marinated Beef Top Sirloin & Fruit Kabobs

heart-healthy grilling

If you think you need to pass on beef for a healthy grilling season, put those tongs down, turn an attentive ear and happily make room on your plate. Beef definitely can be on a healthy grill. Don’t believe us? Believe the science.

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beef in a plant based diet

beef COMPLEMENTS a plant-based diet

A plant-based diet doesn’t mean you have to follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, but rather that you are proportionally choosing foods to meet dietary guideline recommendations by filling half your plate with vegetables and fruits, a quarter of your plate with whole grains, a quarter of your plate with protein-rich foods, like lean beef, and rounding out your meal with low-fat dairy. 

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