Tried every cure on the Internet and still can’t keep your belly from ballooning? One of these sneaky triggers might be to blame for that bloated feeling.
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.
With sneaky names for sugar, confusing chemicals and tons of ingredients, nutrition facts are a tough code to crack. Our guide to deciphering nutrition labels makes finding healthy foods easier.
Want to commit to dropping pounds, but don’t know where to start? Turn to these 50 resources on how to lose weight. Read ‘em and get ready to see success.
Small changes can indeed lead to big results. And we’ve got 31 easy health hacks to make each day a little fitter than the one before. It’s time to make that healthy lifestyle stick!
Start 2018 on a clean eating kick. This easy four-week meal prep guide will set you up for a month of healthy eating — without spending all your time in the kitchen.
Need a quick-fix after a night of holiday cheer? While there’s no miracle pill, these expert-backed hangover cures will help you get back on track.
Our resident level-one sommelier spills her secrets to finding the best low-calorie wines at your next party. Hint: Judge a wine by its label.
Avoid food coma status by looking out for these telltale signs of overeating. Then, try these expert tricks to eat more mindfully without feeling deprived.
If you’re gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan or paleo, snacking just got a whole lot easier. Try these 10 healthy snacks everyone will love.
Bitter foods, like apple cider vinegar, aren’t the most palatable, but bitters help regulate hunger and curb cravings, among other gut health benefits.
At-home DNA tests now offer clues on the best diet and exercise plan for you. But do they deliver? One writer puts five kits to the test.
‘Tis the season for colds and flu. But don’t let the sniffles stop you. Stock your pantry with these seven foods to boost your immune system and help kick your sickness to the curb.
You can’t control your age and body type, but certain lifestyle choices, like getting enough sleep and eating right, can make or break your metabolism.