Our favorite health and fitness articles from the week, including energy drinks as a gateway to smoking and decreases in stroke rates.
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.
From whey to casein to vegan protein blends, get the facts on the most popular protein powders on the market and the best uses for each.
The latest weight loss craze has celebs like Kim Kardashian sweating it out in “fitness corsets” to achieve an hourglass shape. But does waist training work? And is it safe?
Nuts about nuts? Before going overboard, check out this infographic, which shows the ideal 200-calorie serving size for peanuts, cashews, almonds and more.
Our favorite health and fitness articles from this week, including the new maple water trend and how to read food labels more carefully.
Grilling is a summer must for most, but are you exposing yourself and guests to dangerous bacteria and chemicals? Read on for tips to cook safe all BBQ season long.
Just like fresh produce, seafood should be consumed seasonally, too. Use our guide to net your favorite fish when it’s at peak freshness and at its nutritional best.
Summer’s here and we all want to get outside. But for those with an allergy, it could mean misery. Read on for tips to keep allergies from ruining your workout.
Our favorite health and fitness articles from this week, including a one-month standing experiment and the new Greek yogurt in town.
Need a break from a strict nutrition plan? Find out how planned splurges may benefit your mind and body and how to incorporate cheat days into your otherwise-healthy diet.
Our favorite health and fitness articles from the week, including the benefits of sweat and Panera cutting artificial ingredients from their menu.
Traveling, especially when changing time zones, can really take a toll on your body and mental state. But does it affect your overall health as well? Read on to find out.
Our favorite health and fitness articles from the week, including a study on making fitness fun and younger women affected by heart attacks.