Healthy Living & Wellness

Health Fiber Cocoa Antioxidants Sophie Janvier Omega 3s
- What anti-inflammatory foods should you add to your plate for better health? Dietician-nutritionist and health columnist Sophie Janvier wants everybody to know about the anti-inflammatory diet. Among its scientifically proven benefits? "More ... [Read More]


Range People Position Squatting Ankle Motion
- Should we all be spending a few minutes of squatting a day? I was recently on a vacation with a friend that involved a great deal of walking around a new city. During a moment of respite, I noticed she dropped into a deep squatting position, rather ... [Read More]


Sugar Sugars Foods Snacks Inflammation Protein
- Sugar gets a bad rap, and there's solid reasoning behind it-mostly because we eat way too much of it (in the form of added sugar). According to CDC data , Americans consume an average of 17 teaspoons of added sugar per day. The official ... [Read More]

Yoga Classes Hot Yoga Month Hot Yoga Skin
- looked more toned I love doing different kinds of workouts , but recently, I wanted to challenge myself to try something new: hot yoga. Like millions of exercise enthusiasts , I've tried standard yoga classes but wondered if hot yoga could improve ... [Read More]

Streak Run Runners Body Training Runs
- Running is a great form of exercise that has numerous benefits for our health. For instance, people who consistently run at least an hour a week throughout their lives tend to live three years longer and have fewer chronic illnesses, compared with people who don't do any exercise. But some people are taking their love of running up a notch—running every day for as many days in a row as possible. This trend is being referred to online as a " run streak ." The rules of the run streak trend are simple: runners must complete a minimum of one mile (1.6km) every day, either on road, trail or ... [Read More]

Jaboticaba Peel Blood Sugar Inflammation Insulin Obesity
- Researchers at the State University of Campinas conducted a study involving 49 participants and found that consuming a dietary supplement with 15 g of the substance daily for five weeks enhanced glucose metabolism post-meal. The peel of the ... [Read More]

Sushi Rice Fish Manaker Protein Seaweed
- WHEN YOU THINK sushi, you probably think about fish rolled up with rice and maybe a vegetable or two. Pretty healthy, right? Sushi is a pretty broad category. Merriam-Webster defines sushi as "cold rice dressed with vinegar, formed into any of ... [Read More]

L L Theanine Theanine Sleep Health Quality
- The state of sleep in the US isn't great. In fact, according to a 2022 Gallup Survey, 1 in 3 US adults report having poor sleep. This has led many people to resort to sleep aids to catch up on sleep. If you're looking for a more natural supplement ... [Read More]


Knee Pain Bull Lunges Lunge Knees
- Editor's note: Dana Santas, known as the " Mobility Maker ," is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and mind-body coach in professional sports, and is the author of the book "Practical Solutions for Back Pain Relief." Knee pain is a ... [Read More]


Hummus Guacamole Grams Bensley Fiber Sodium
- Join Fox News for access to this content Plus special access to select articles and other premium content with your account - free of charge. People love their guac and hummus.  Guacamole delights with chunky pieces of rich avocado balanced by zingy lime, pungent garlic and a smooth consistency often studded with tomatoes, red onion and cilantro. Hummus, meanwhile — with its creamy texture and blend of chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice and spices — stands out for its earthy flavor.  Which is healthier, though? Both are "fun, enjoyable dips that add flavor, texture and ... [Read More]


Fiber Day Protein Intake Meals Organic Fiber Potency
- In the latter part of 2022, my eating habits shifted dramatically. I found myself craving snacks more frequently and constantly thinking about my next meal, with an increased desire to eat. During a visit with my doctor, I was asked about my ... [Read More]

Heart Risk Fiber Health Protein Choices
- A balanced diet starts with making healthy sensible food choices. You don't need to be a master chef to create nutritious and delicious meals, it just means being more conscious about what you are planning on eating. Luckily most of us have mobile ... [Read More]

Brain Brain Aging Aging Nutrients Study Tests
- A new study finds people with slower-than-expected brain aging consume a specific nutrient profile that is similar to the Mediterranean diet. Here's more evidence that what you eat matters when it comes to protecting your brain power. A new study ... [Read More]

French Press Press Exercise Elbows Triceps Sides
- Welcome to Start TODAY. Sign up for our  Start TODAY newsletter  to receive daily inspiration sent to your inbox — and  join us on Instagram ! Training is essential in maintaining and improving your overall strength. The ... [Read More]


Exercise Body Hand Leg Side Weight
- Lie down, stand up. That may not strike you as an especially advanced series of motions, but they're the foundation of an advanced, full-body exercise that trainers love and too many of the rest of us skip out on: the Turkish get-up. The Turkish get-up involves moving from a prone to a standing position while holding a weight over your head. And if you're looking for an exercise that will challenge your strength and your mobility , it's the perfect one to add to your arsenal. "The Turkish get-up is a great way to train shoulder stability, mobility, and strength, since you're holding a weight ... [Read More]


Pickles Health Probiotics Sodium Peart Foods
- Pickles are low in fat and calories and rich in some vitamins and minerals, but they're usually high in sodium Pickles are kind of a big dill. After all, there are seemingly endless varieties of the classic snack. Some people like the tangy crunch of a kosher pickle spear, while others prefer the sweetness of a pickle relish. And then, there are those who like to walk on the wild side by opting for the fiery heat of spicy pickles. (Peter, Piper, is that you?) No matter your flavor preferences, there's probably a pickle for you. There's no doubt that pickles  taste  delicious. But ... [Read More]

Foods Loss Weight Sugar Blood Glp
- What to Eat – and Avoid – on Semaglutide Glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1) receptor agonists are a class of Type 2 diabetes drugs that improves blood sugar and may also lead to weight loss. These drugs – including Ozempic , Wegovy and Victoza – have risen in popularity, not least because of the weight loss many patients have experienced. GLP-1 receptor agonists work by mimicking GLP-1, a hormone produced by your intestines. By binding to GLP-1 receptor sites in your body, semaglutide-type drugs helps regulate your blood sugar levels and reduce your appetite. After ... [Read More]

Yogurt Greek Yogurt Regular Yogurt Protein Milk People
- Few foods have exploded in growth and popularity as much as Greek yogurt . Though its roots date back to ancient Greece where it was named oxygala - the Greek word for "sour milk," Greek yogurt's distinct taste hasn't historically made it desirable to the masses.  Social media's emphasis on health foods and a general consumer shift towards organic foods over the past decade, however, have turned Greek yogurt into one of the most popular dairy products of our day - even more so than regular yogurt in some regions of the world.  According to  Statista , for instance, total ... [Read More]


Substance Vilhelm Bohr Disease Alzheimer's Brain Study
- A substance naturally occurring in i.a. pomegranates, strawberries and walnuts can improve memory and treatment of Alzheimer's disease, a new study concludes. A substance naturally occurring in i.a. pomegranates, strawberries and walnuts can improve memory and treatment of Alzheimer's disease, a new study conducted at the University of Copenhagen concludes. Forgetfulness, difficulty finding words and confusion about time and place. These are some of the most common symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. Now researchers at the University of Copenhagen have discovered that an ordinary fruit can ... [Read More]

Exercises Exercise Isometric Exercises Pressure Blood Body
- If you were told to do more exercise to lower your blood pressure, you might think you'd need break out you running gear or hit the weights. But one of us (Jamie) recently published research that found exercises that you hold in a static position, such as planks and wall sits, are actually the best way to reduce blood pressure. This kind of "isometric" exercise involves contracting a specific muscle or muscle group and holding it so the length of the muscle doesn't change throughout the exercise. But lower blood pressure is only one of the benefits of doing this type of exercise. 1. They ... [Read More]