Doctors agree that the benefits of probiotic supplements are far-reaching, but the options available are dizzying — sometimes even fraudulent. Here are tips for finding the right probiotic for you.
Whether you run with the sun or you’re a gym night owl, here’s what you need to know about drinking coffee before your workout.
It’s the secret to Michael Phelps recovery and Gwyneth’s detox routine. But does cupping therapy really work, and how long do those marks last? One writer goes in deep.
It’s proven that some foods act together to provide more nutritional benefits than on their own. But which food pairings top the charts? Try these combinations to get the most bang for each bite.
Dying to clean up your diet, but scared of blowing your budget? These easy tricks will help you embrace clean eating without stressing over cost.
Pull out the tupperware! This is your official guide to meal prep, including make-ahead recipes, shopping lists and apps to start meal prepping stat!
Are e-cigarettes really a healthier choice than traditional smokes? Get to know the risks — and how “vaping” might affect your workouts.
From top chefs to healthy brands, we’re serving up the best Instagram accounts to follow for kitchen inspiration. It’s the 2014 Foodstagrammies!
Banishing unhealthy food cravings might be easier than you think with these science-backed mental tricks.
Curious what’s up with the oil pulling craze? Learn what it is, where it came from, and whether oil pulling is really all it’s cracked up to be.
You don’t have to restrict yourself to lose weight before swimsuit season. These simple, healthy changes can be the difference between too tight jeans and feeling comfortable in your skin.
Eating out doesn’t have to mean at least double the calories. Instead, check out our tricks for reducing your restaurant intake without losing out on fun or flavor.
Exercise can boost the benefits of carb cycling, but there’s no one approach that works for all. Find out how to make high- vs. low-carb days work for you.
Skip the ice cream and cookies. Instead, eat these foods that have been linked to stress relief — so you can have a satiating meal and destress, too.