Sometimes, when you’re faced with the choice of a side salad or french fries, the hot, salty, crispy option is the only viable one.
It’s hard to avoid toxins in everyday life—after all, they’re lurking in everything from your daily cup of coffee to the sunscreen you slather on your face at the beach. But toxins can slow you down, make you gain weight, and keep you from performing at your best. It’s no surprise that 10-day detoxes are ...
This Bar Saves Lives. That’s a pretty bold name for a granola bar.
A heartbroken person elbows deep in a chocolate binge isn’t just a movie trope. It’s a thing—people who are depressed eat about 55 percent more chocolate than their perkier counterparts. But maybe it’s more than emotional eating. The chocolate-eating may actually help them feel better and improve overall mood thanks to the magnesium in dark ...
Between Thanksgiving and the end of the year it’s hard enough to find time to do laundry—let alone fit in a workout.
“Mom! Dad! Get Up! Santa came!”
Wondering what to get your best friend for the holidays? Your four-legged best friend that is. Dogs and cats are just as much a member of the family as parents, siblings, and children, so they deserve a spot on your shopping list, too.
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The colorful Food Pyramid used to be everywhere, from the backs of cereal boxes to packages of crackers.
When you’re a kid, part of the fun of eating a slice of juicy watermelon is spitting out the black seeds and seeing how far you can launch them. And those who’ve ever been gullible enough to believe the old wives’ tale that swallowing one of them could make a full-sized watermelon grow in your ...
I’m in good shape—I exercise five days a week, and I try to eat well. I usually do cardio and weights and stretch on my own, but recently went to a yoga class and was shocked at how challenging it was! Seriously, I can’t balance on one leg—at all. Is that a problem? How can ...
There seem to be barre-style workout studios popping up everywhere—do you consider a barre class a good workout? Is it worth the $20 to $35 price tag? —Molly C.
Certified health coach and endorphin enthusiast, Michelle is an expert in healthy living and eating. When she's not writing you can find her running trails, reading about nutrition, and eating lots of guacamole.
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