Rejoice eaters! The era of meticulous calorie counting is over. And good riddance, because the conventional “calories in/calories out” model ignores one key factor: the quality of your food. Instead of counting calories, consider a 2017 New Zealand study suggesting … Continue reading Can Counting Calories Help You Lose Weight?
Milk, broccoli, and wait, is that your brother texting back? When you’re at the supermarket, having a whole text volley with him could make you fill … Continue reading How Texting in the Supermarket Can Make You Fat
If you were invited to a vegan potluck tomorrow, what would you bring? Tofu cubes? Carrots? Uhh…plain lettuce? Important PSA: You don’t need to resort to sad, lackluster options to satisfy a plant-based diet. There are countless inventive, delicious dishes … Continue reading ‘Eat Clean, Play Dirty’ Sakara Life Cookbook – Plant-Based Recipes
If cereal and milk is your fave breakfast of all time, but you’re on a low-carb diet, the prospects may seem…bleak. But there are options! Just be sure to not only fixate on the carb content. For a truly healthy … Continue reading 10 Best Low-Carb Cereals – Low-Carb Meusli, Granola, And More
Because there aren’t enough diet fads, there’s a new eating plan that promises to help you look and feel your best. Created by Dr. Mark Hyman in 2014, the pegan diet is a combination of paleo and vegan, and has … Continue reading What is the Pegan Diet? The New Health Trend Mixes Paleo and Vegan
• People often rely on soda and candy bars for a jolt of energy. • A new study says the idea of a “sugar rush” is a myth. • Researchers found that people who ate sugar actually felt more fatigued … Continue reading Why the ‘Sugar Rush’ is a Myth and Makes You Feel Worse: Study
If rice is part of your meal prep routine, or if you just always find yourself with leftovers, you’ll want to follow these food safety guidelines to avoid getting sick. Eating reheated rice can lead to food poisoning if you’re … Continue reading Leftover Rice Can Cause Food Poisoning If Not Stored Correctly
There are piles upon piles of academic papers that extoll the virtues of fruits and vegetables. Eating produce can lower your risk of cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, and I could go on and on. But the average … Continue reading Daily Expert: 7 Healthy Fruits and Vegetables You’re Not Eating That Are Actually Delicious
Yogurt isn’t typically considered low-carb. TWO GOOD Greek lowfat yogurt, however, has 3 grams of carbs and 2 grams of total sugar per serving, so keto and low-carb dieters are loving it. It comes in flavors like vanilla, strawberry, peach, … Continue reading Following A Keto-Style Diet? We Might Have Found Your New Favorite Yogurt
Nick Roubanis’ father died at the age of 74. The last 10 years of his father’s life, he explained, were “very hard on him health-wise.” His father’s own health is one of the many reasons Roubanis, a 5’8’’ guy from … Continue reading CrossFit Helped This Man Overcome His Asthma and Lose More Than 60 Pounds
Alright keto fans—I know you’re already up to your ears in cauliflower, coconut, and jerky products, but I’ve got another healthy snack to put on your radar. Quevos, a new brand started by two 20-year-old childhood friends, makes egg white … Continue reading Quevos Makes Protein-Packed, Low-Carb Egg White Chips
Attention all tongue-biters, the latest diet fad require that you ditch all solid foods in favor of your blender. The newest interwebs craze, The Smoothie Diet, … Continue reading Smoothie Diet Results: Are They Healthy?
The keto diet sounds pretty great (so much cheese! lots of meat!) except for, uh, that whole part about not eating carbs. That’s why Women’s Health partnered with Delish on Keto for Carb Lovers, a new cookbook and meal plan … Continue reading 13 Keto Diet Recipes From The ‘Keto For Carb Lovers’ Cookbook
Intermittent fasting is among the trendiest diet plans of the moment, evangelized by Hollywood celebs, Silicon Valley execs and Instagram influencers alike. Its followers forego food for anywhere from 16 hours to a whole day, with many swearing by its … Continue reading Intermittent Fasting: Side Effects, Health Benefits, and Risks
Ever since I was physically able to, I have eaten peanut butter. I’ve eaten it on bread. I’ve eaten it in a creamy blend of fluff heaven. Hell, I’ve eaten it straight out of the jar with a spoon to … Continue reading You’ve Been Storing Peanut Butter Wrong All Along