On a mission to improve your health? It all begins with the food you put in your body. You can exercise all you want, but if you’re not putting emphasis on healthy eating as a lifestyle, you won’t make strides. Whether you want to lose weight, improve your health metrics, or just feel your best, revitalize your eating habits—with this guide packed with advice from nutritionists, holistic health coaches, and food aficionados—on how to eat your way to proper health.
Stress is everywhere you look. You know it affects your sleep and your mood. But stress is sneaky and can also affect your eating habits—making you eat more or less due to specific stress hormones.Read More
The papaya is large, sweet, and orange on the inside. You can eat it fresh, frozen, and baked. And it’s chock full of nutrients and vitamin C, fights off free radicals, and helps digestion. Learn how to buy the perfect one and take advantage of the benefits of eating papaya!Read More
Fermentation may not sound sexy, but the process breaks down sugars, keeps fresh food from spoiling, and helps with your digestion, so these fives foods might be your new favorite shopping list stars.Read More
You've probably heard a lot about omega fats and their importance, but what about their unique makeup is so special? Let's explore why these particular fats are critical for an optimal body and brain, and then let's find ways to add more of them into your daily diet.Read More
If summer is the time for superheroes, why not also make it the time for superfoods? Enter acai berries! Small and purple, these sweet berries are rich in antioxidants in addition to many other plusses.Read More
If you like garlic, you are in luck—there are six more reasons to not just like it, but to love it. Garlic doesn’t just smell good and taste delicious, it can lower blood pressure, protect against cancer, and more!Read More
Even if your day starts with coming off a good night’s sleep, engaging in a strong workout, and savoring your morning coffee, you still might be faltering come afternoon. Some food might help perk you up!Read More