Now that cold-pressed juice shops are on every corner, it's time to step up what's in your cup. The newest trend in healthy living: drinking charcoal.
If you've been scared to cook fish at home, this is the perfect starter recipe for your kitchen. This low-sodium, heart-healthy recipe from dietician Julie Upton, MS, RD, of Appetite For Health offers more than 34 grams of protein and is also high in vitamin A, vitamin C, and fiber.
When you're looking to boost your metabolism and burn more fat, the foods you use to fuel your body can help - all day long!
While ice cubes are often made in trays, think outside the box and put them to good use to help you stay healthier this holiday season.
Whether you've let go of your gym membership or you're spending more time shaping up from home, these effective no-equipment moves need to be part of your strength-training routine.
Fried chicken is the definition of Southern comfort, but just one piece can weigh in at over 700 calories.
Intervals are the antidote to boring treadmill workouts. Playing around with speed, timing, and rest periods keeps both the mind and body busy.
When your lower back is sore from running or sitting all day, here's a relaxing stretch to target that area and open the hips.
Scared you'll ruin it? Afraid the house will smell? It's just too . . . fishy? It's time to let go of the excuses and start cooking fish in your kitchen.
For the ultimate morning starter, this recipe combines two superproteins: quinoa and eggs. The quinoa serves as a crust while providing 12 grams of complete protein per half-cup, while each egg offers seven grams of protein You'll even get your iron and calcium from the spinach and milk in this tasty recipe.
There's nothing sweeter than reaching the end of the meal with room for a little dessert, especially when it's a slice of the Fall and Winter favorite, pumpkin pie.
Planks are great, especially when performed to a Taylor Swift tune. But, you can't create a strong, firm core from planks alone - you need a toolbox of exercises to pull from.
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Those grunters in the weight room can be intimidating, but you can navigate the barbells just as confidently with this riff on a muscle-sculpting classic, the 5x5 workout.
Tired of feeling bad about New Year's resolutions that fizzle by February? This year is going to be different because you are going to make those resolutions and you are going to own them!
Why Meal Plan? It helps with weight loss: If you're serious about losing weight, practicing portion control and tracking calories are essential.
Nothing takes your breath away like a tough workout - except maybe these seriously sexy bodies. Sure, there are plenty of ridiculously good-looking men out there, but for us fit girls, there's absolutely nothing hotter than a man with a great physique.