The good bacteria in our digestive tract – and there are billions of them – are important for digestion and immune health.
There are healthy foods, and then there are mega-super-fuelled foods, which are so good for your body in so many ways that you feel healthier as you eat them.
We give our bicycles a spring tune-up in preparation for summer, so why not give them an early fall tune-up as well?
Cellulite: It’s a nine-letter word that’s almost unspeakable to most women. While men can have cellulite too, their bodies typically have less fat, especially on the thigh and buttocks areas, so it affects women the most.
With the change in seasons from sticky summer humidity to fresh fall air comes the arrival of autumn sports to watch and play.
For a lot of people, our motivation wanes as the cold weather creeps in – exercising outdoors is particularly challenging, and trudging to the gym seems like a chore.
If you’re training for a fall 5k or half marathon, you’re easing back into running after a summer hiatus or you’re hitting the gym to lift, now’s the time to start building your fabulous fall playlist.
Fall is a great time to get out and have some family fun in the crisp air.
Autumn brings beautiful foliage, pumpkin-flavored treats and Halloween shenanigans. But with the crisp leaves and tasty snacks also comes the first hints of cold weather.
It seems like Americans have only recently caught on to the benefits of soy and the various forms of soy protein, ranging from tempeh to roasted soybeans to soy protein powder.