Our favorite health and fitness articles from this week, including the uncertain fate of avocados.
It’s time to hop off the spin bike and hit the open road. These cycling tips will help you make the transition from a stationary bike to riding outside.
Tired of the same old salad and pasta dishes? Try this colorful Thai rice noodle salad recipe instead, brimming with vibrant flavors.
When you’re short on time and low on energy, these quick and healthy breakfast recipes guarantee an all-star meal — with just four ingredients each. See the infographic here!
It can be hard to take the first step when starting out or starting over with fitness. DailyBurn’s True Beginner workouts make it easy, with no intimidation.
You could be saving thousands of dollars each year by cutting down on wasted food. Read on to learn how, and why food waste is costly in more ways than one.
The Whole 30 diet has taken the Internet (and Instagram) by storm. Now, a new book from its founders will help you tackle the intense, 30-day challenge.
Correct portion sizes are key to reaching your weight loss goals. But are you suffering from portion distortion?
At her documentary premiere, A Ballerina’s Tale, Misty Copeland shares the ups and downs of being African-American in a predominantly Caucasian sport.
Coffee just got even better. It turns out you can repurpose old coffee grounds to de-stink your stuff, fertilize your garden, or exfoliate your skin. We’ll raise our mug to that.
With an icebox full of these delicious, healthy freezer meals, it’s never been easier to have a nutritious dinner on the table every day of the week.
The iconic Boston Marathon is just around the corner. Follow our pro guide to running your best from Hopkinton to Heartbreak Hill and beyond.
You may be fit, but is your state? New data shows whether or not you live in one of the healthiest states. Read on for more of our favorite reads from this week.
Looking to shave seconds off your race time? The latest running innovation, the power meter, from the company Stryd aims to do just that.