(photo: Pinterest) via HuffingtonPost.com Wintertime brings cold temperatures, darker days, rain, and snow, so it makes sense that most Americans are retreating from regular exercise in favor of things like hot chocolate by the fire and other equally toasty activities.
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Holiday buffets are portion control’s worst enemy. (Photo: Theepochtimes.com) Even if you know to steer clear of the bread basket, it turns out the average restaurant meal clocks in at a whopping 1,128 calories—yep, 1,128—making it easy for even the most health-savvy among us to think we’re eating well while eating out, when we’re not.
(photo: cathe.com) By Jessica Chia for Prevention Your workouts may be less intense than you think.
Women’s Health is supposed to be about, well, women’s health. So former Lost actress and star of the new The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Evangeline Lilly was shocked when the cover image the magazine chose to use of her for its January issue included a giant arrow pointing to her toned derriere declaring it the “Best.
(Photo: Self on Pinterest.com) Get over your spin-class jitters Why you don’t have to be intimidated by the ladies in lycra.—Prevention Real tips for better sleep that actually work Quit that Netflix habit and wake up well-rested for your morning run.—Self 8 really cheap superfoods Now you can eat healthy and afford CrossFit.—Huffington Post Small apartment party tips Throw a grand soiree, even in New York.—Daily Candy Declutter your office space in 5 easy steps Clear desk, full minds, can’t lose.—EcoSalon Philly runners recreate Rocky’s 50k That’s a 31-mile movie-set tour, in case you were wondering.
December wins the Most Insane Month of the Year award. We’re pointing fingers at you gift-shopping and holiday parties.
As if your calendar wasn’t packed enough with marathon end-of-year meetings and holiday cheer, there are those extra emotional triggers related to the most joyful—and stressful—time of year.
Like a great coffee house, SōW provides beautiful garnishes and an upscale sipping experience. On Thursdays and Saturdays, Luisa Alberto and Derek Castro stand behind a table at San Francisco’s famed Ferry Plaza Farmers Market behind piles of organic, fresh-from-the-farm produce, whipping up made-to-order juices.
Supplements tend to conjure images of dusty patchouli-scented shelves at hippie health food stores or of bodybuilders lifting infomercial-appropriate jars with their giant muscles.
Baked Parsnip and Apple Latkes have a fab flavor profile and a lower carb-count. (Photo: Beyond My Recipes) This year, two meal-centric holidays will fall on the same night to create an evening that’s been aptly named Thanksgivukkah.
Michael Symon is a celebrity chef, an Iron Chef, and a hometown guy whose several Cleveland restaurants show his love for approachable, delicious cooking, plate after plate.
Welcome to Well+Good’s 2013 Holiday Gift Guides, where we recommend five (or more) healthy, stylish gifts for everyone on your list (or for you to add to yours!
Paris conjures up images of croissants, cafes, and couture–not kale. But that’s changing. There’s a rapidly evolving health scene in the City of Lights, confirms Kim D’Amato, a former model and founder of the popular, non-toxic nail lacquer line Priti NYC.
Let’s face it: no matter how many SoulCycle classes you take or green juices you drink, it can be hard to stay calm, cool, and unfrazzled—especially if you’re a New Yorker.
If Katniss Everdeen is even just a little bit of a fitness icon for you, you might want to check out a new high-intensity interval class inspired by the Catching Fire protagonist’s athletic skills and survival strategies.
(Photo: Facebook/Pure Barre Brooklyn) We recap everything earth-shattering that happened in health and wellness this week: November 16–22, 2013.
If you’re living an uber busy, active life, protein powders often come in handy. “As a dietician, I’m a big proponent of whole foods, so if someone can sit down and have a steak, I think that’s better post-workout,” says R.D.
Welcome to Well+Good’s 2013 Holiday Gift Guides. This is the first in a seasonal series, where we recommend five (or more) healthy, stylish gifts for everyone on your list (or for you to add to yours!
Saturday is the sold-out Flatiron Fitness Biathlon in New York, presented by Athleta, where a lucky crew of Well+Good readers will do two back-to-back workouts at three of the Flatiron District’s top boutique studios.