Bite-Size Caramel Apples Made Without an Ounce of Sugar or Dairy

Think caramel apples are way too decadent to enjoy this Fall? At 560 calories, one apple is definitely way too much! Make these caramel apple bites instead. You only need four ingredients: dates, soy milk, apples, and the topping of your choice. These vegan treats are actually healthy enough to have for a snack. And…

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Ba a Fit Mama With Our Prenatal Workout

If you’re pregnant, we know you’re dealing with a lot of changes, physical and otherwise. But as you work your way through the trimesters, it’s important to stay strong so your body can handle the stresses being placed on your joints, spine, and ankles – oh, how we remember those swollen feet. Here is a…

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30 Treats For the Ultimate Healthy Halloween

The never-ending deluge of Halloween junk food can make it hard to stick to any healthy-eating resolutions. Thankfully, there are fun ways to say no to the candy bowl while still feeling like you’re indulging. Read on for 30 healthy smoothies, candies, shakes, snacks, and other treats that’ll make your Halloween happy and healthy! –…

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Here's Exactly How to Get the Most Out of Your Workout

After founding SoulCycle, Ruth Zukerman went on to found Flywheel Sports – a high-energy, competitive indoor cycling studio that’s taking over major cities across the country. As a trainer and fitness student herself (she told us she still loves going to classes to have the student experience!), Ruth knows exactly what it takes to make…

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The Scary Truth Behind Your To-Go Oatmeal

Oatmeal typically seems like the healthiest option at a fast-food restaurant, right? Dr. Oz doesn’t agree. Grabbing a to-go bowl of oatmeal at places like McDonald’s or your local coffee shop might be sneaking hidden calories, sugar, and preservatives into your diet that you don’t expect. The Dr. Oz Show specifically cited “cream, stabilizers, [and]…

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Counting Macros Can Be Intimidating: Use These Tips to Make it Easy

So you’re done with calorie counting and ready for a more liberating, empowering healthy eating plan. Now what? Maybe you’ve heard of counting macros: the concept of balancing out your intake of macro nutrients – proteins, fats, and carbohydrates – to optimize your diet for either weight loss, muscle gain, metabolism boosting, or weight maintenance.…

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