Healthy Living & Wellness

- Welcome to mbg moves ! We've been working out at home more than ever lately—and we know our readers are, too. To help keep your fitness routine feeling fresh, we're releasing a new at-home workout every Monday, to start your week off strong. Each ... [Read More]

- Almost half of all recreational runners incur injuries, mostly relating to knees, calves or Achilles tendons, and the level of risk is equally high whatever your age, gender or running experience. Almost half of all recreational runners incur ... [Read More]

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- SATURDAY, April 10, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Want to get rid of all that weight you put on during the pandemic? To help out, the American Heart Association (AHA) is launching an initiative called Move More. One in four U.S. adults is sitting for ... [Read More]

- A healthy diet typical among all significant food groups contains nutrient-stricken foods, including maize proteins, whole grains, healthy fats, and several colored fruits and greens. Healthy eating also involves substituting more natural alternatives for foods containing trans fats, salt, and sugar. A healthy diet has many health benefits, including developing solid muscles, heart protection, cancer prevention, and mood improvement. This post will examine the five most important reasons and the facts behind using a healthy diet. For information on Healthy Recipes , visit the link mentioned ... [Read More]

- Cobalamin, also known as vitamin B12, is something your body needs but cannot make on its own. You must get it from other sources, such as supplements or food (it naturally occurs in animal products). People who are pregnant or nursing need even ... [Read More]

- Y ou may not think much about neck and spinal health until you’ve got a stiff neck, a kink, or your neck is constantly achy and bothering you. I was dealing with extreme neck discomfort and pain for a week and asked my physical therapist for neck ... [Read More]

- How and why does diet influence immune function? We may take it for granted that our diet can influence the way our immune systems work. But how and why does what we eat impact the immune response? In this Honest Nutrition feature, we investigate. ... [Read More]

- Times have changed, discover how adopting a healthy vegan lifestyle can change your life, and how you can stay on the right path... We all know that veganism is often thought of as a trend, or even something exclusive only to the wealthy. But the ... [Read More]


- Practicing yoga at home is a great way to practice on your time, and on your terms. It is convenient, you have a lot more flexibility (pun intended) - from the duration, to the type of yoga you practice, what you wear, whether you play music etc. plus the commute is short 😉 While there are many benefits of a home yoga practice, let’s be real - there are also some unique challenges that come with it! You may encounter some hurdles as you prepare for practicing yoga at home. Maybe you have loud roommates, or you’re a parent with human and/or fur babies vying for your attention, or ... [Read More]

- The answer depends on your condition Eye issues can stem from a variety of different things and there’s no question that vitamin deficiencies can cause eye problems . You may ask yourself: Do I need vitamins or supplements as a result? Cleveland ... [Read More]

- Honey and sugar: Together they can make some kickass scrubs and exfoliants , but when it comes to eating, which sweetener reigns supreme? We often hear that honey is a healthier alternative to sugar—what with all the processing and health issues ... [Read More]


- A new study conducted at the University of Worcester and published in The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology , has found low fat diets decrease men’s testosterone levels by 10-15%. Optimal testosterone levels are critical to ... [Read More]

- What are muscle-building supplements? Experts share what they are and if they really work. How do muscles become stronger? Oddly enough, by becoming weaker first. When muscles are worked hard, they actually break down. The muscle fibers stretch and ... [Read More]

- This yoga pose stretches many areas of the body at once, which makes is effective, but also challenging. Pigeon pose is a yoga move designed to stretch deep into the glutes, and it’s also a great hip-opener and thigh stretch. Because it does such a good job at stretching the lower body, you’ll see it incorporated into many cool-down routines beyond yoga. The pandemic has led many of us to lead a much more sedentary lifestyle. So now is a great time to start incorporating pigeon into your routinen, as it can help stretch your body and get your blood flowing after long periods of sitting . ... [Read More]


- Ah, cholesterol: the ultimate double-edged sword of bodily substances. It comes in good and bad varieties, is tied to heart health, cell health, and hormonal health, and is a necessary evil that our bodies make on their own. Thus, any added cholesterol is often considered to be a recipe for heart attacks, stroke, and other cardiovascular symptoms. There are many dietary means of decreasing the amount of cholesterol in our bodies, but on its own? Will a vegan diet lower cholesterol? When done properly, yes, a vegan diet can generally lower one's cholesterol, since plant-based foods do not ... [Read More]

- Stretching improves your mobility, flexibility, and range of motion. Learn the main types of stretching , plus how and when to do them. Understanding stretching There’s a lot of incorrect (and downright confusing) information about stretching out there. It can leave you with more questions than answers: Is ballistic stretching bad? What’s the difference between active stretching and dynamic stretching —or are they the same thing? It’s understandable if you’re scratching your head. So, what’s an exerciser to do? Start by determining what you hope to get out of a stretching ... [Read More]

- You’ll feel this all over. We’re stoked to share our latest Sweat With SELF video: a 20-minute HIIT workout led by trainers LaToya Johnson and Julius White , the founders of One Body LA . This workout consists of a warm-up, a circuit that you’ll repeat three times, and a cooldown stretch. Before you dive in, here’s a quick reminder of what HIIT workouts are all about. HIIT stands for “high-intensity interval training.” This kind of exercise consists of repeated, hard bouts of work interspersed with periods of recovery. In the workout below, that means you’ll be doing work for ... [Read More]


- Eating three meals a day and three healthy snacks in between is the foundation of a healthy diet, but for a lot of people, snacks can contribute to the majority of their calorie and sugar intake for the day. This is down to one of two things: unhealthy snack choices or meals that aren’t filling enough. If you’re struggling with snacking, we’ve put together a list of the best slow releasing meals that you can eat to prevent excessive snacking. There are a few options you can choose from, each one containing carbohydrates to release energy slowly and protein to keep you fuller for ... [Read More]

- Vitamin C is water-soluble and can be obtained from many fruits and vegetables, it is also an essential vitamin that the body is not able to produce, it has many roles and has been linked to some impressive health benefits. While some take supplements to meet the daily requirements for vitamin C it is recommended to get your intake from food sources such as bell peppers, spinach, broccoli, kale, strawberries, kiwi, and oranges. Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that can help to strengthen the body’s natural defenses by boosting the immune system by protecting cells from harmful free ... [Read More]