If your typical workout routine never changes, you’re missing out. Here’s what you should be doing at the gym, based on your goals and your age.
According to a study published online last week in the journal Stroke, eating more oranges and grapefruit may help reduce stroke risk thanks to their flavonoid content.
While most grocery store products are perfectly fine to buy, there are a few things you should avoid due to poor quality or exorbitant pricing. Here we reveal nine items we recommend you buy elsewhere.
Learn the right dose to reap the most health benefits!
Study: It doesn’t matter what diet you follow, low far or low carb, they all work equally as well. The major predictor for weight loss is adherence, a new study has found.
When you smell, see, or even think about “highly palatable” foods—ones that are high in fat, sugar, or salt—your brain can trigger the release of dopamine, the reward-seeking neurotransmitter. Check out these common acts of food sabotage, plus our easy strategies for steering clear of them.
How much you eat is more important than how often you eat. If eating more often causes you to overeat-say multiple meals turn into all-day grazing-try eating fewer meals. But if you’re a three-meal-a-day person who gorges each time you sit down because you’re so famished, adding in a snack or two, even three, might help.
Start your year off on the right foot with our daily resolution calendar. Each day we’ll share a new tip or trick that will help make 2012 your best year yet.
To really bring an end to dry, unhealthy-looking skin, the secret is to start from the inside out — the skin’s inner layers, like the dermis, are heavily involved in its structural support, elasticity and resiliency. Luckily, a few simple additions to your supplement and dietary plan can do the trick.
Warm up your breakfast
Stay in bed
Make cross training more fun