Hydration is important because our bodies are primarily made of water. When temperatures heat up, we need to increase our water intake. Drinking plain water is great! However, we can also incorporate water-dense foods into our daily meals and snacks to help hydrate our bodies. The following recipes contain water-dense foods.Read Full Story
While the following five foods have been aggressively marketed as "healthy," eating them every day can negatively affect your gut health. You may feel the side effects of eating these foods as bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, sinus issues or brain fog.Read Full Story
The GreenHopping app, which is available on both Android and iOS devices, uses GPS coordinates to help consumers locate delicious and healthy food right in their neighborhoods. Planning a girls night? Use the app to find a vegan restaurant with tasty and colorful foods, obviously. Need a post-workout power boost? Call your gym rat boyfriend and meet him at a GreenHopping smoothie bar.Read Full Story
When the coconut water craze hit, I was pumped to have a new beverage to hydrate with — you know, until I tasted it. Sure, coconut water has fewer calories, less sodium and oodles more potassium than most of the sports drinks we hoover during our workouts, but… well, for some of us it feels like drinking a puddle. A dirty puddle. If you’re like me and can’t get past the flavor of coconut water, there’s a new drink in town that not only tastes better, but is neck-and-neck in the nutrient department: I give you, watermelon water.Read Full Story
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