Even though there are no miracle pills and potions that will turn you from couch potato to Olympic athlete, there are supplements that can boost your workouts and help you achieve your health and fitness goals.Read Full Story
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Spring is the perfect time to refresh your fitness routine. We suggest slipping on a new pair of running shoes to pound dirt trails, updating your swimwear, stocking up on nutrition bars made for women and shaping up to the latest fitness DVDs for the days you work out at home. To help you breathe new life into your regular workouts, here are our top picks for fitness gadgets, gear and more.Read Full Story
Spring means casual get-togethers, grilling on the patio with friends and warm weather cocktail parties. Instead of relying on your usual spring fare, update your entertaining menu with these must-try gourmet foods.Read Full Story
That 10 a.m. or 3 p.m. slump has hit and you’d rather take a nap than meet your trainer for your weekly workout. Though many people complain about hitting a daily energy lull that hinders them from a full functioning day, you don’t have to join them. Incorporate the following energy foods in your diet and you’ll find you can power through your day without getting the nods.Read Full Story
How many times has that three-serving plate of creamy pasta really made you feel better? As with most high-carb, high-fat comfort foods (in large amounts), you probably feel a momentary mood boost, only to have it plunge into more despair when your stomach is too full and you know you’ve blown your diet. Next time your emotions make a turn for the worst, nosh on these five healthy mood foods.Read Full Story
Though sugar is one of the most maligned foods, it continues to pervade -- in excess -- the American diet. Sugar is one of the major components in many, if not most, food and beverage products from obvious junk foods to so-called health foods, and even foods that aren’t considered a sweet. It’s up to you as the consumer to read labels and choose low-sugar foods, as well as to reduce your family’s intake of the sweet stuff. Here are five ways sugar hurts your health and why you need to limit your sugar intake.Read Full Story
Not only is preparing your taxes stressful enough, if you don't have the luxury of getting a refund, financial strain can also send you into an eating frenzy. Instead of succumbing to emotional eating and junk food gorging, put these five stress-busting foods on your menu.Read Full Story
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