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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.
Nom Nom Paleo’s Michelle Tam dishes on feeding her health-conscious family, the evolution of the paleo diet and how CrossFit makes her a better mom.
When it comes to snack time, are you biting off more than you can chew? We rounded up five tasty, low-calorie snacks to keep your energy high — and your diet in check.
We’ve always been told saturated fat will clog our arteries and raise our risk for heart disease and stroke. But recent findings beg the question: Is it really as dangerous as we think?
Could fasting help you lose weight, boost energy, and improve your overall health? Get the facts on the five most common intermittent fasting methods.
Our favorite health and fitness articles from the week, including functional fitness and nutrition, and prescriptions for bikes.
They may be small, but these five hormones could hold the key to optimal health. Find out what they do and how to control them.
Learn how to lose weight, detox and get on the path to wellness with these empowering tips from health expert and bestselling author Dr. Mark Hyman.
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.
Curious about trying the “flexitarian,” or “semi-vegitarian” diet? Find out if limiting your meat intake could benefit your health and your waistline.
You know a no-carb diet won’t do, but what about low-carb mixed with high-carb days? Learn what carb cycling is, and which meal plan will work for you.
Confused about the labels on your juice? We’ve got fresh info on the latest juice debate, plus tips on deciphering the label lingo.
“Think yourself thin!” Yes, it’s possible, and no, it’s not a scam. It’s even doctor recommended. Get the skinny on this and other weight loss tips that work.