When your stomach starts grumbling and the cravings set in, consider these healthy, low-calorie foods to make each bite count.
Not only are pulses earth- and wallet-friendly, they’re chock-full of nutrients. Get the scoop on why these will be your favorite addition to every meal.
To fast or not to fast? Experts explain how to find out if a fasting diet will benefit you — or send you on a downward spiral.
Aquafaba, also known as chickpea water, is the latest vegan egg substitute stirring things up. Learn more about how this legume goo could be good for you.
Weight gain doesn’t need to be inevitable when you’re on vacation. Check out these expert tips for staying on track — meals and workouts included.
Move over juice cleanses…For every celeb on Instagram there seems to be a new tea detox in hand. But are teatoxes just a social media trend or the real deal?
Exercise can boost the benefits of carb cycling, but there’s no one approach that works for all. Find out how to make high- vs. low-carb days work for you.
What happens when your diet goes off the rails? One writer divulges his most recent moments of weakness and how hitting ‘reset’ helped him bounce back.
Preparing a healthy meal can be a daunting task. But thanks to these kitchen hacks from food bloggers, whipping up delicious dishes is a snap.
Grilling is a summer must, but are you exposing yourself and guests to dangerous bacteria and chemicals? Here are seven grilling sins to avoid at all costs.
New research shows that your microbiome could be the secret to weight loss, and now, better sleep. Here’s how a healthy gut might help with those zzz’s.
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?
If you want to build muscle, diet matters just as much as weights. Here’s how scientists rank the best protein sources, from dairy and eggs to meat and legumes.
The alkaline diet calls for more fruits and veggies to help maintain a healthy pH level in your blood and prevent inflammation. But does science agree?