Snacking on sweet and tart cherries is one of the best parts of the warmer months. You knew they were healthy – one cup is just 77 calories! – but did you know they were packed with tons of nutritional benefits and can even ward off diseases? Here’s why you should add cherries to your…Details
According to a new study done by Purdue University, overweight and obese adults who implement a high-protein diet to lose weight also benefit from an improved quality of sleep. This may come as a surprise to many of us who have tossed and turned after indulging in a little too much steak for dinner. The…Details
In what can only be described as an Easter miracle, these gorgeous sneakers from Adidas are dropping tomorrow, Saturday, March 26. As we’re huge fans of sneakers for both in and out of the gym – especially the all-white sneaker trend – we’re a little more than excited for the ultrafresh Adidas Triple White NMD…Details
Many of us know the woes of modern activewear: as athleisure and workout clothes become more and more en vogue, they also become more and more expensive. And while we still love our high-rise Lululemon leggings (they really do look good), let’s be honest: a wardrobe entirely composed of $100 active pants isn’t the most…Details
This creamy avocado banana smoothie is “the perfect natural pick-me-up,” says Rich Goldstein, owner of the Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts. It’s also a delicious way to protect your heart: the monosaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) in avocados and potassium in bananas all offer cardiovascular support, while cinnamon can help lower LDL cholesterol levels. Even…Details
After the egg hunt, chances are you’ll have a colorful stash of the Easter treats. But that doesn’t have to mean a week of nothing but boring breakfasts. Check out these seven healthy ways to use up your hard-boiled eggs after Easter!
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Move over, cold bowl of cereal! This time of year calls for warming yourself up with a bowl of hot and hearty oatmeal. Full of whole-grain fiber, this breakfast will keep you satisfied all morning, which equals weight loss! Buying plain oats is healthier than buying packets that are already sweetened, and less expensive too,…Details
For an eye-catching contrast of colors, try using red or tricolor quinoa. To save time, buy the frozen spinach that’s already chopped and thaw it in your fridge overnight; just be sure to squeeze it dry before using.
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Food is one of life’s great pleasures. And it’s really a pleasure when the foods we eat are not only incredibly delicious and satisfying but hold the potential to transform our life and our world. Check out these 10 no-fuss ways eating green can help you stay lean as you step into a higher level…Details
Zucchini – the tasty star of the Summer squash family – is low in calories but high in fiber, potassium, and vitamin C. Make the most of this seasonal veggie with one of these recipes. Whether you want to enjoy zucchini at breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even snack time, there’s a recipe here that will…Details