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Working out and using protein powder go hand in hand these days. But which type should you buy? And how do you maximize its benefits? Here’s your guide.
Activated charcoal has been touted as the DIY win for whiter teeth. But is brushing with charcoal toothpaste all that safe and effective? Experts weigh in.
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‘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.
Not up for the latest juice cleanse? If you want to clear out toxins and boost your overall health, here are five expert-approved, safe and effective ways to do it.
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.
Why buy new kitchen gadgets when you can do more with what you have? From blender tricks to waffle iron techniques, these kitchen hacks will step up your healthy cooking game.
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.
Not sure how to start meal planning? Check out these free, printable meal planning templates that can help set you up for success.
Intermittent fasting plans can require dieters to forego food for 14 hours or more. Here’s how to structure your workouts so you don’t exercise without adequate fuel.