October 16th, 2014

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. — Neale Donald Walsch 

October 15th, 2014

How Much Protein Should You Eat Daily?

A good goal for most active people is to eat 20 to 30 grams of protein at each meal, and you might add a couple of smaller protein-rich snacks in between. So what does a healthy serving of protein look like? For cooked meat, it would be a piece about the size of a deck of cards (about 3 oz.). Use the suggestions above as a visual guide for other recommended portions.

More from “Protein Power:” What You Need to Know About Protein.”

October 14th, 2014

11 fermented foods that can support the immune system and provide strains of good bacteria that are essential for health.

Discover more about fermented foods.

October 10th, 2014

Want to try meditation, but don’t know where to begin? This handy infographic created by Dan B. Harris, author of 10% Happier, and Happify might help you get started.

October 9th, 2014

Do you buy supplements? If yes, check out these handy shopping tips from Dr. Sara Gottfried’s bestseller, The Hormone Cure.

October 8th, 2014

30 Great Uses for Coconut Oil.

Some creative ways to put this superfood to work.

Share your favorite use for coconut oil with us and be entered to win our latest giveaway.

October 7th, 2014

The Ethics of Eating

The implications of our food choices are far-reaching. The quandaries are real. How can we start eating our way to a better world?

October 7th, 2014
Kitchen Literacy: 10 Must-Have Cookbooks

After years of working in restaurants and cooking at home, James Beard Award–winning food writer Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl dishes on her favorites.

Kitchen Literacy: 10 Must-Have Cookbooks

After years of working in restaurants and cooking at home, James Beard Award–winning food writer Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl dishes on her favorites.

October 2nd, 2014

Compression garments were originally recommended by clinicians to promote healing and pain relief. Today, snug-fitting support sleeves, shirts, shorts, stockings, and socks worn before, during, or after physical activity have become increasingly popular. Manufacturers claim that such garments improve body mechanics and hasten the clearance of lactate from muscles, thus leading to more strength, power, and endurance; less soreness; and improved recovery.

Do they work? The answer is no — and yes.

Read more.

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