My stories offer readers practical tips about nutrition and healthy eating, as well as other ways to embrace a healthier lifestyle. Credits include Clean Eating, Weight Watchers, Beachbody.com & more.
Move over Kim and Kanye. Make room for these power couples that when paired help your body absorb their nutrients better than eating each of them alone. To maximize the health benefits you’re getting from your food, try these superfood duos.
A runner’s nutrition requires planning since everything we eat and drink impacts our workouts. If you’re not getting the right mix of hydration and nutrients, you won’t do your best or have much fun along the way. Check out our expert nutrition tips to stay healthy and enhance your performance.
A new research study out of Italy has shown that the ability to manage your weight may be all in your head – well, your brain actually.
Keeping your immune system strong and healthy requires balance. A healthy lifestyle with regular exercise, a nutrient-rich diet, the right supplements, and getting enough sleep is your first line of defense against bacteria and viruses in the environment.
More people are looking to natural products and functional foods to improve overall health than ever before, and there’s no shortage of products on the market to help you do just that.
Try boosting your immunity this winter with one of these natural remedies.
Had enough of the cleanses and diets du jour that don’t lead to lasting results? Throw away that quick-fix mentality and look ahead this year to creating lifestyle changes that will have you eating and feeling healthier in no time. Try these 10 easy ways to kick off new, healthy eating habits in 2017.
One of the best parts of a vacation is sampling the local fare, but vacations are also a time when it's easy to pack on the pounds due to excessive eating and drinking. If your travel plans have you jet setting to foreign lands, don’t deprive yourself – just enjoy in moderation. Try these good-for-you superfoods to help maintain a healthy, balanced diet while you explore the world.
The first week in May marks National Herb Week. Whether you pick them out of your own garden or grab them at the grocery store, cooking with herbs is an easy way to infuse tons of flavor into your food without the extra salt or calories. Try these little-known herbs to spice up your next meal.
May is National Strawberry Month and the peak of the world’s most popular berry’s season, which makes it one of the best times to pick up a pint at your local farmer’s market or grocery store.
What started out looking like just another weight-loss trend a few years ago is still going strong and may be here to stay. The juice business is drawing people in by the droves, estimated at about $100 million in sales per year. And businesses want in on it too, as evidenced by deals like coffee giant Starbucks acquiring Evolution Fresh back in 2011 to sell in its cafes.
Strength training is important for muscle growth and definition, but if you want to look toned and fit, remember the old adage, “Abs are made in the kitchen.”
The month of March not only marks the beginning of spring, it’s also National Nutrition Month and a great time to try flavorful foods with a variety of health-promoting nutrients. Nutritionists remind us to feast on a rainbow of fruits and vegetables to benefit from all that nature has to offer, but what exactly is the story behind the “eat-a-rainbow” diet?
You can certainly take fat-loss supplements to help you reach your 2016 slim-down goals. But certain foods can help you shed that extra fat, too. Here are three ways to perk up your metabolism through diet.
Feeding your body a healthy balance of nutrients from the major food groups is the key to healthy aging, warding off chronic disease, increasing energy, and sporting glowing skin. Show your body some love by choosing these five “love-your-body” foods and avoiding five others that are just bad news.
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