Move over hard ciders and sodas. Spiked seltzer is making a splash, boasting low calories and natural flavors. Find out if you should pack ‘em or pass.
If you’re like most Americans, you’re eating way too much sugar. This infographic shows why it’s easy to go way overboard with your daily sugar intake.
Ube, also known as a purple yam, is Paleo- and vegan-friendly, filling and easy to cook. Learn more about the yam with Filipino roots. Recipes included!
The secret to losing weight isn’t just counting calories — it’s also about eating wholesome foods that will keep the pounds off and your metabolism revving.
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Protein beer is taking over the craft beer world, touting its muscle recovery benefits. But is it all it’s tapped out to be? Here’s what you need to know about this post-workout drink.
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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.
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