In a world full of processed foods, following a healthy diet can be hard. Many foods advertised as being good for you are unhealthy foods in healthy food clothing. The secret to avoiding processed and sugary foods is to educate yourself on what you’re getting.
We tend to associate back pain with aging, but women of all ages and body types can experience back pain. Contrary to popular belief, you shouldn’t rest an injured back; instead, you should keep moving.
Enjoy a zesty grilled-at-home meal. Double or triple the recipe for a cook-out with family or friends.
We hear a lot about the best foods to eat before and after a workout. But really, the most powerful fuel for energy comes directly from your tap—H2O.
We women come in all different shapes and sizes, which makes each of us special and unique. According to a popular school of thought, there are three main body types—or somatotypes—that most women fit into.
There are certain body parts you think about a lot, like your hands, feet, and knees. Other parts fly under the radar but are equally important; for example, your hip flexors.
Venture from your everyday chicken salad with a Vietnamese-style chicken salad with a fresh, homemade salad dressing.
There’s hidden sugar all around us. One of the easiest places to get sugar is in beverages.
To get through a tough workout, it helps to have a partner who pushes you to work harder and offers support at the same time. Although they aren’t much for conversation, resistance bands do much of the same thing. When it comes to maximizing your full body workout, resistance bands—elastic bands used for strength training—are one of the best tools you can use.