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The latest cleanse trend: Eating charcoal. Will it protect your body from toxins or is this fad full of smoke? Here’s what you need to know.
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We know it’s not wise to exercise under the influence. But could a few alcoholic beverages each week negatively affect your workout? No cheers to that.
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.
Celebrities like Shailene Woodley have been eating clay for its alleged health benefits. But you may want to think twice before gobbling it up.
Feeling weak or fatigued? Having trouble completing a workout? You may have an iron deficiency. Find out the best practices to pump up your iron.
Working out and taking protein powder go hand in hand these days. But what type should you buy? And can you reap huge benefits by shaking it up post-workout?
While those tall glasses of water are key for hydration, these refreshing food and drink alternatives to H2O can also keep you hydrated all day long.
When you stop seeing the pounds come off, try these seven expert-backed tips to bust through any weight loss plateau.
It’s a vitamin you can get by simply walking outside. So why do many Americans have vitamin D deficiency? And is it all that bad? Read on to learn more.