The scoop on why pumpkin spice is good for you, the surging popularity of the mile race and more health and fitness articles we loved this week.
You’ve been told dark chocolate and red wine are good for you, but are you overdoing it? Learn what health concerns to look out for if you consume too much.
No clue what to look for when choosing a pre or post workout supplement? We break down the active ingredients that could help take your fitness to the next level.
Our favorite health and fitness articles, including the inside scoop on the most beautiful tennis courts in the U.S., the truth about what’s in your Pumpkin Spice Latte, and inspirational words from Jillian Michaels.
Not up for splurging on expensive probiotic supplements? We’ve got the scoop on which all-natural foods with probiotics are best for your gut.
A major company has removed a controversial ingredient from their coconut and soy milk products. Here’s what you should know.
Think you’re too young to start worrying about your cholesterol levels? It’s never too early to learn the facts about cholesterol — the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Yes, age, genetics and body size do play a role in the speed of your metabolic rate. But there are natural ways to boost your metabolism. Read on to learn how.
Our favorite health and fitness articles, including the secret to holding a longer plank and research that challenges conventional wisdom on hydration.
Learn how to control your hunger that comes from running long distances while marathon training with tips from Registered Dietitians and professional athletes.
Not sure how to create healthy meals on a budget? We’ve got the scoop on how to cook and grocery shop on the cheap.
Our favorite health and fitness articles from the week, including a controversy over sodium recommendations and music you can sync to your pace while running.
Is it worth shelling out for high-end maple water, cactus water, artichoke water, and more? We’ve got the scoop on which new “waters” are best for hydration.
Celebrities like Shailene Woodley have been eating clay for its alleged health benefits. But you may want to think twice before gobbling it up.