You made it. Winter weather? That’s a thing of the past (at least for the moment).
April is here—and if you haven’t already jumped into spring cleaning mode (what, you decided to sleep in this weekend instead?), now’s the time to give the busiest room in your home a facelift.
You’ve mastered the basics of eating healthy at home, but what about how to make healthy choices when you eat out? Our host Sara Snow dishes on exactly what to pick off the menu when you eat out—without breaking your budget or your healthy diet!
Gaining weight, losing sleep, and a general feeling of malaise? One of the most common questions online is “Does your thyroid cause weight gain?” Some would be quick to point the finger at your thyroid, but that’s not necessarily the culprit
The human body is such an anomaly. Some tall, some short, some lean, some muscular, some plump—all of our different shapes and sizes make us unique.
In September 2015, Air India grounded 130 of its flight attendants. Permanently. It wasn’t because they showed up late to work, didn’t fulfill education requirements, or even performed poorly. Nope, it was all due to their BMIs.
The clock strikes 7, the sky is already turning dark purple. Forget about dinner—now it’s “Put the kids to bed, honey, I’ll be home when I can.”
“I’m addicted to these Cheetos,” exclaims the guy in the next cube. “These things are like crack to me!”
You stumble to the bathroom in the morning, and as your eyes adjust you notice a cluster of pimples on your face. Ugh.
Today, an inquisitive shopper wouldn’t be able to find the answer to this question on the back of any food label—but it may be one of the most important nutrition questions we ask.
Most of us assume there’s no harm in thinking about stacks of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies, as long as we’re not eating them.
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