Avoiding scary chemicals isn’t hard work—if you know what to look for. (Photo: SheKnows) If I had a buck for every time a friend whipped a beauty product out of her gym bag or purse and asked, “This is good for me, right?
The Grit founder and instructor favors surprisingly soft picks. (Photo: Grit Cycle) Marisa Wayne just so happens to be the late John Wayne’s daughter.
(Photo: weheartit.com) Is your Tupperware messing with your hormones? Other sneaky culprits include sleep deprivation, exercise, and soy.
Lamb Neck Confit with housemade ricotta, radish, spring onion, and broccoli from the Save the Ramps menu.
(Photo:Weheartit.com) Athlete and fitness apparel designer Melissa Moo Harkins did the Lake Placid Ironman, then crossed the finish line and promptly got married, still wearing her running shoes and medal.
(Photo: Eatdrinkbetter.com) Ingredient label, schmingredient label. Representative Mike Pompeo doesn’t really care if you want to know what’s in the food you’re eating.
(Photo: weheartit.com) via Huffington Post There’s no denying a massage is calming—until you start feeling guilty for indulging in a little special treatment.
Oh, you’re going to look so good in the sunshine. This spring, the return of flowers blooming and birds chirping also marks the launch of lots of awesome new all-natural products to add to your makeup bag.
We’d do yoga dates everyday if our boyfriends looked like this. (Photo: Arde Magazine) It’s no secret, yoga is a female-dominated workout.
(Photo: Spinning) This Saturday, April 26, Spinning (the trademarked brand of indoor cycling) will join forces with the American Heart Association with rides at more than 40 participating spin studios and fitness centers across the country.
(Photo: Green Kitchen Stories) Spring buckwheat salad Could it possibly be as delicious as it is beautiful?
Jack Mazzola, founder of Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee—and green juice lover. (Photo: Industry Of One) Think coffee belongs to the jittery, stressed, over-tired New York set?
(Photo: Tesztoszteron.hu) For five years, Claire Murray was a vegetarian, confident in her belief that she needed fruit, veggies, and whole foods for nourishment—and nothing more.
(Photo: Exceed Physical Culture) Popular Upper East Side boutique fitness spot Exceed Physical Culture is moving downtown this spring, with a new flagship studio in Tribeca slated to open mid-May.
(Photo: weheartit.com) By Mandy Oaklander for Prevention If you’re faking it in bed, we won’t tell, but your partner can: New research published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior finds that your mate is pretty good at intuiting just how satisfied you are with your sex life.
(Photo: The Umstead Hotel and Spa) Spa menus are no stranger to lifting kitchen items for your face, like milk, honey, and more.
Cutting back on sugar is “gnarly,” admits convert Sarah Wilson—author of I Quit Sugar—but it’s far from impossible.
A little sugar could be too much, says journalist-turned wellness expert Sarah Wilson. (Photo: 7beautytips.com) Before longtime journalist and author of I Quit Sugar, Sarah Wilson, well, quit sugar, she didn’t think she had a problem with the sweet stuff.