Road Trip Snacks For Every Diet

Bags are packed, the gas tank is full, you’ve set your navigation, and you’re ready to take on the open road. But not so fast—every road trip needs an emergency snack kit. This summer, travel with diet-friendly fuel from Thrive Market in tow that’ll satisfy all your on-the-go cravings. Road Trip Snack Tips Road trips ...

Father’s Day Gift Guide

Maybe he taught you how to ride a bike. Maybe he’s helping you raise a tiny human. Maybe he’s bringing you a glass of wine after a full day of #momlife. There are so many reasons to celebrate dad, especially on Father’s Day. Looking for the perfect gift? We’ve rounded up our favorite ways to ...

Dark Chocolate vs. Milk Chocolate

We’re not shy about our love of chocolate. We love to infuse it into recipes both sweet and savory. We find ways to incorporate it into our wellness routines. We even take time out to celebrate it year after year. So it probably goes without saying that we’re open to trying all types of chocolate. ...

How to Eat a Low FODMAP Diet for Better Digestion

If you’re routinely plagued by digestive discomfort and have been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), FODMAPs may be to blame. Not sure what this fancy acronym means or how to adjust your diet accordingly? Not to worry! We’ve rounded up everything you need to know about eating a low FODMAP diet, compiled a shopping ...

Olive Oil vs. Butter

Where do you fall in the great butter versus olive oil debate? Many butter enthusiasts consider themselves purists who wouldn’t dare compromise flavor just to cut down on saturated fat while olive oil devotees point to the celebrated health benefits (hello, antioxidants!) of the pantry favorite. So which cooking must-have ranks supreme? The good news ...

What Do Cocoa Percentages in Chocolate Mean?

In most cases, when it comes to chocolate, more is definitely more. But does this rule apply when we’re talking about chocolate percentages? Is a 70 percent chocolate bar better in quality or healthy benefits than a 60 percent bar? What is a chocolate percentage anyway? If you’ve ever been confused by the numbers displayed ...

Intermittent Fasting and the Keto Diet

When it comes to trending weight loss plans, two diets in particular are gaining popularity for their ability to deliver results quickly. The keto diet promotes reducing your daily carb intake and upping your intake of fat and protein. Intermittent fasting recommends daily periods of going completely without food. But both plans have the same ...

Signs of Celiac Disease

As gluten-free diets continue to rise in popularity, so have questions about the protein found in bread, pasta, and beer. While some voluntarily opt to give up gluten, others must completely avoid it because they have celiac disease, which is marked by an inability to digest gluten, causing painful and even debilitating symptoms. The good ...

What Is Whey Protein?

Believe it or not, choosing the right protein can be a very personal decision. Whether you’re hoping to lose weight, gain muscle, or just increase your daily nutrient intake, there are a few factors to consider. Then there’s your diet to think about. Are you vegan or do you follow a plant-based diet? Are animal-based ...

10 High-Fat Foods for Keto Dieters

During the 1980s and ‘90s, fat got a pretty bad wrap. Just about every trending diet and weight-loss plan of the time focused on eating low-fat or non-fat foods. The assumption was that the less fat you consumed, the less likely it was to show up on your body. But many of these diets proved ...

Paleo Shopping List: Groceries, Products & More

A paleo diet might seem limiting upon first glance since dairy, grain, sugar, and alcohol are all off the menu, but the truth is that there are a variety of foods and recipes you can enjoy without feeling the least bit deprived. All you need is a little shopping know-how. From pantry must-haves to beloved ...

Everything You Need to Know About Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivities

Gluten can be a polarizing protein. Some have no qualms consuming it regularly. Some prefer to avoid it based on dietary choice. Some have been diagnosed with celiac disease and must omit it out of necessity. And some fall into a bit of a grey area known as non-celiac gluten sensitivity (or NCGS). While there ...

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