Plain water isn’t the only healthy way to stay hydrated. Here are some fun and creative ways to help you meet your fluid needs.
Feeling down? Here are seven research-backed eating habits to improve your mood with food.
Reduce narrow selective attention and expand your view on health
A quick internet search on how to be more productive results in more than 36 million (yes million!) articles. Whether you’re a working professional or a college student, figuring out how to be more productive in the limited hours you have each day may feel like a constant work in progress.
Research shows that our gut microbiome — the community of bacteria that reside in our digestive tract, primarily the small intestine — is linked to everything from acne and eczema to diabetes and a strong immune system.
Choosing foods that best support your health and well-being may feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Achieving a healthy relationship with food and feeling like your best self can be done with these three strategies.
Tuning into your sense while eating is one way to be a more intuitive eater. Learn the simple technique of mindful eating and the impact it can have on creating a healthy relationship with food.
Forgo food rules and reclaim your body’s innate ability to signal what foods you need, when you need them, and how much you need.
Diet quality affects sleep quality — and in turn your health. If you’re struggling to get adequate sleep, try these eating tips.
Most of us experience a host of challenges to our wellness goals during the holidays. We’re crunched for time, (maybe) stressing over how to navigate gatherings, shopping, and other activities. Consider these tips for navigating the holidays nutritiously.
The holiday season can be overwhelming — don’t let your food choices contribute to the stress. Use these 5 food tips to stay on everyone’s nice list.
Tis the season — and what better way to show you care than to give gifts that promote physical and emotional well-being.