Thanks to winemaker Gik, electric blue wine, which gets its hue from red grapes and a flowering plant, is about to make a splash. But what’s in the bottle?
Kristen Domonell is a freelance writer and editor with a passion for health and wellness. A Seattle transplant by way of Chicago and Connecticut, Kristen is a 200-hour certified yoga teacher and holds a master's degree in health communication from Northwestern University. When she doesn’t have her nose in a pile of health studies, you’ll find her on her yoga mat, exploring the city by foot or sipping her way through the Pacific Northwest (one coffee shop at a time).
Articles by Kristen Domonell
The benefits of yoga include anxiety reduction, muscle tension relief and improved respiration — so can it help with asthma symptoms, too?
Real talk: Organic is expensive. But eating organic could be worth the splurge, according to new research on meat and produce.
A new calendar feature from Google makes goal setting a breeze. But could it actually help you get to the gym more? Here’s the scoop.
There’s no denying that exercise benefits the body and the brain. Nerd out on all the science, from boosted brain power to reduced stress. Then hit the gym!
Chomp those carrots. A new study reveals the sounds you make while eating can help prevent overeating.
PMS and your period aren’t all bad when it comes to exercise — read on to find out which part of the cycle can give women an extra burst of energy.
Whether you’re into whiskey or wine, there may be some fascinating benefits — and fine print — when it comes to sipping on your favorite happy hour hooch.
Hate drinking water? You could be saving yourself thousands of calories per week by sipping extra H20, according to a new study. Here’s how much water to drink.
Waking up stiff as a board? Can’t shake your snoring? Here are the best and worst sleeping positions to help you get more restful shut-eye.
If you’ve been meaning to quit smoking — oh, and renew that gym membership — for a while now, here’s why you might want to go ahead and do both at once.
Whether you love tofu, or hate it, you’ve probably heard rumors causing you to question the benefits of this bean. So is soy bad for you, or not? We got to the bottom of it.
Real talk: Your urine color might hold important clues about your health. That’s why we’ve put together a guide for what’s going on inside your bowl.
Your friend lost 20 pounds on her latest diet; then you tried it and lost zero. What gives? The science of personalized nutrition is here to explain away your weight loss woes.