You’re in luck if you live in one of the five cities where Whole Foods plans to open lower-priced stores. Read on for this and other headlines that caught our eye this week.
Wondering what’s up with the sprouted foods you’re seeing in your grocery store? Here’s what to know about this growing trend, plus how to make sprouts at home.
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.
Americans are starting to eat healthier for the first time in 40 years, plus other headlines that caught our eye this week.
Nobody likes getting on the scale, but a new study outlines exactly how often you should weigh in when you’re trying to shed pounds. You might not like the answer.
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.
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?
Your guide to doing a sugar detox right. Here’s how to fight cravings, resist the urge to splurge and why you’ll be glad you stuck with it.
Can’t figure out why you’re not losing weight? You might be making one of these common diet mistakes. The good news is they’re all easy to fix.
Embrace the freedom of cooking for one! From sneaky portion control to pantry staple ideas, these tips will help you make solo eating easy and healthy.
The bacteria in yogurt that could help depression, plus other headlines that caught our eye this week.
The IIFYM diet brings healthy eating back to basics: carbs, protein and fat. Learn how to calculate your daily macro intake and find out “if it fits your macros.”
Reaching for a frozen yogurt or ice cream cone during the dog days of summer? Here’s what you need to know the next time you’re ordering at the local scoop shop.
Is your kitchen harming your health? These six DIY kitchen hacks will help make sure your eating space isn’t secretly setting you back.