Just 15 minutes of exercise a day helped Chris Diggins lose 61 pounds and change his life for the better. Read his weight loss journey here.
Vani Hari, the activist behind the popular Food Babe blog, wants you to eliminate toxins from your diet — and she’ll show you how in her new book.
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Protein is important for building muscle, but it’s essential for people who don’t lift weights, too. New research reveals older adults might need more than they think.
Being sick is normal in winter, but are you coughing year round? Clearing your throat constantly? Trouble breathing? There may be a bigger issue — acid reflux.
Not sure how many calories you’re burning? We break down how your metabolism works, why it matters and how to calculate BMR.
Is running for weight loss a good idea? Find out the best ways for runners to shed pounds and avoid diet-wrecking runger.
There’s nothing worse than feeling hungry way before lunchtime hits. Now, research indicates oatmeal might keep you full longer than other breakfast options.
Not everyone wants a full-time position, but can a temp or freelance job be hurting your health? Find out if you should change your employment plans ASAP.
A little planning ahead will ensure you’re making healthy choices all week long. Steal these brilliant meal prep ideas for portion control and cooking in bulk.
2015 is well on its way and you may already find your resolutions falling by the wayside. Use our get-healthy game plan to hit reset and get back on track.
The Forks Over Knives Plan claims that switching to a plant-based diet can be lifesaving. Here’s what you need to know about the benefits of ditching meat.
Would you pay up to $20,000 a year to have 24/7 access to a doctor on demand? The future of healthcare might lie in concierge medicine. Find out if it’s right for you.
Does exercise improve body image or prompt women to chase unrealistic goals of perfection? One writer finds the answer isn’t quite so black and white.