Little things make a big difference in wellness… so here, we talk about the little things you might not’ve known that can make you ten times healthier!
The story of Hercules, the "top hat and tails" chef of President George Washington, and his plan for freedom.
...plenty of answers to your questions about sleeping and how sleep affects your health...
And now, a moment of tough love. I'm not gonna lie - this is more for me than it is for you, dear reader, because I have a bad habit of running back to foods that are laden with high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and usually don't realize what I'm doing to myself until I'm [...]
An infographic detailing the issues with obesity, and a few simple solutions.
Wondering how to use that big foamy-rollie-thingy? Learn how to take advantage of "the poor man's deep tissue massage" here!
I have a bit of a penchant for talking about food myths. Mainly because, well, a lot of what our families have learned over the years about our relationships with food has come from... well, commercials. And logically, what company is going to pay millions of dollars for a little ad that will turn people [...]
While I haven't had a burger in about a decade, I'd be lying if I didn't admit that the occasional juicy thick meaty monster something-or-other on the TV screen didn't make me a little tempted. I don't feel so bad now, especially since it's - apparently - raw burger and built with toothpicks and sad [...]
What does "USDA Inspected" mean on your food label?
On coffee, it's potential benefits, its usefulness in exercise, and how to enjoy it responsibly (if you choose.)
An infographic that explains the effects that obesity has on our country.
Here's an interesting little tidbit I picked up from a Weekly Spark article about misconceptions that we have about our bodies and doing right by them: So what makes 7 (or 8 or 9) p.m. a magical cutoff time anyway? The original idea was that people should stop eating about 3 hours before bed, using [...]
Discussing the increase in sex drive a woman experiences when she loses weight.
I know you've seen it. You hit the frozen foods section at the grocery store, and you pass the waffles. You're thinking "Man, I could eat these for a quick breakfast in the morning." You skim the freezer, and it catches your eye. "Blueberry Waffles -- Made With REAL BLUEBERRIES!" I don't know about you, [...]
I really, really, reeeeeally wanted to write about Jamie Oliver's new show "Food Revolution," but something much more compelling came across my desk. Thanks to Ink for sending it over. We're all familiar with my disdain for high fructose corn syrup, right? I mean, the stuff's pretty awful. If you'd like a not-so-quick rundown, check [...]
Where does molasses come from, why is it better than regular sugar, and what can I use it for?
Dear reader, there are very few things that annoy me. Why? Because I feel like in my twenty-something years on this earth... I've seen everything. That's sarcasm, by the way. But back to the matter at hand. There are very few things that annoy me. Why? Because most things don't affect me, and the things [...]
Why you may want to give up salmon for good.
Joy Bauer, Today Show Nutritionist, on cravings and how to overcome them.
I'm a rice eater. I have about four different kinds of rice in my pantry at this moment.. none of them white. They may be white in color, but they're certainly not of the "American White Rice" ilk. Why? There are a few reasons. But first, I think it might be important to explain the [...]