There’s a lot of different advice out there on how to get summer-ready, but because we want to make sure you’re not only looking your best, but feeling your best, too, we recently sat down with Dr. Mark Hyman to talk about detox and digestion.
Your body is a temple, and what you put inside of it should be sacred, or as healthy as possible. Adhering to a good, nutritious diet and avoiding foods and behaviors that can negatively impact your health (like smoking and consuming excessive sugar and alcohol) will go a long way in preserving your well-being. But ...
Hello, heatwave. Goodbye, makeup routine.
When most people hear the word “detox” they think of restricting calories, a meal plan limited to raw veggies, and hunger pangs. That couldn’t be further from what detoxifying your body actually looks like.
The year 2016 is here, and though “Hotline Bling,” Donald Trump, and the Paleo diet won’t be vanishing from the public consciousness anytime soon, there are a few things that should remain firmly in the past of 2015.
Feeling bloated and run down? Maybe your stomach is misbehaving. With a summer full of vacations and barbecues coming to a close, your body might be begging for a reboot for fall.
It’s one of those Saturday mornings. Friday night is a blur, and a pounding headache insatiable thirst, and intense nausea threaten to ruin your entire day. Hangovers happen, and the only thing you can think about when you’re plagued with a throbbing headache, nausea, and overall sense of malaise is, “How can I make this go away? Right. ...
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.
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