Healthy Living & Wellness

- If you're lacking motivation to exercise as the pandemic days seem to blur into one, research suggests you should switch up your workout routine. People who try two or more different workouts throughout the month are more likely to reach their ... [Read More]


- رأى كثيرٌ من المصريين في مقطع فيديو مشهدا نادرًا وغير مألوف للخسائر الفعلية التي خلّفها فيروس كورونا في ذروة الموجة الثانية من الجائحة ... [Read More]


- Working out at home can be challenging, especially as the pandemic continues to drag on. Here are some tips that can help you get motivated. Workouts from home were exciting during the pandemic’s first couple of months. The comfort of not having ... [Read More]

- Air fryers offer a convenient, healthy way to cook a multitude of foods, including frozen fries. It only takes 15 minutes to cook a batch of frozen fries in an air fryer, while oven-baking frozen fries may take as long as an hour. Though ... [Read More]

- female reproductive system and a significant cause of primary or secondary infertility and menstrual irregularities. The Overproduction of androgen hormones causes the formation of multiple small cysts in ovaries. All three doshas play an essential role in normal menstrual physiology. The functions of doshas are as described below. Vaat: Vaat is responsible for all the follicles’ movements, including the release of mature ovum from ovaries and its move towards the uterus. Vaat is also accountable for the downward flow of menstrual blood and a mature fetus’s downward movement during ... [Read More]

- Have you tried coconut oil? Chances are you’ve received that suggestion before—be it as a remedy for chapped lips and split ends, a must-try addition to your weight loss plan or even as an all-natural, plant-based lube . Yes, this miracle oil ... [Read More]


- 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]

- When you’re just starting to workout, it’s recommended that you strength train 2-3 times per week . But, whether you’re a beginner or you’ve already been training for years, no one is immune to muscle aches. Experiencing aches and pains ... [Read More]

- Here’s one you may have pondered while sitting on your porcelain throne. We all have embarrassing health-related questions that just need to be answered. And chances are, more than half have to do with poop . Here’s one you may have pondered ... [Read More]

- It's a key to sustainable weight loss. Once you decide you want to lose weight, it can be tricky to know what to do next. (Should you try keto or the DASH diet , for instance?) But no matter what kind of eating plan you follow, there’s one rule of weight loss that’s clutch: You have to create a calorie deficit , or when you expend more calories than you take in. Without it, you’re unlikely to lose weight. It sounds super simple, right? Well, there’s some detective work involved at first to figure out how many calories your body needs, followed by a little math to calculate what you ... [Read More]

- Whether you're striding into the new year resolved to up your daily step count or keen to lift some weights, you might want to think about adding some stretching to your day, too. New research suggests that stretching might be more effective than ... [Read More]

- Bacon is a much-loved, comforting breakfast item—during the global pandemic, sales have surged in the US and the UK . But while bacon may be delicious, experts recommend people eat little or no processed meats because of their cancer risk. But ... [Read More]

- When you are on a carnivore diet, you only rely on meat and other animal-sourced food items like seafood and eggs for sustenance. This protein-rich diet is heavier than a regular diet, and meat takes longer to digest. While some people are ... [Read More]

- The Hill may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you buy through our links. Students of history know that there's no such thing as a "quiet period." Keeping calm, focus, and patience can be a challenge even outside the sweep of ... [Read More]


- An ever-growing number of people are ready to include superfoods in their diet. In fact, these have become a foodie’s delight. Many studies show that these foods are a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, disease-fighting compounds, enzymes, and antioxidants. Hence, they boast medicinal properties, which will be beneficial for your well-being in the long-term. If you want to stay healthy and strong, don’t neglect them. Kick start your 2021 on a healthy note by including some superfoods in your diet plan. Mother nature has bestowed us with oodles of food items that fall in the category of ... [Read More]

- (CNN) Contrary to popular belief, yoga isn't just for the super flexible. However, trying to complete moves that are out of your comfort zone can be frustrating. There are plenty of people who suffer from this same feeling of discouragement, so you're not alone. That's why it's important to explore the alternatives to difficult poses and remember that there are always ways to modify yoga poses to develop your flexibility. Flexibility is essential in our everyday lives. Whether it's bending down to grab something we dropped or stretching out our arms to reach another object, we all need a ... [Read More]


- Talking with clients about food over the past few decades has taught me many things. One thing that I have repeatedly heard is that many people eat the same foods every day for breakfast and/or lunch. My husband is one of them, with his daily peanut butter and jelly on whole wheat. I’m going to say it is my influence that encourages him to add an apple and yogurt. As a registered dietitian, I have no problem with this. I know what nutrients are missing and make sure they are in our dinner. My husband’s friend Barry (not his real name) is also a member of the Ground Hog Day lunch club but ... [Read More]

- Joy Bauer serves up 2 satisfying soups that are packed with superfoods Cozy up with these nutrient-rich minestrone and potato-leek soups. Happy National Soup Month! To celebrate, I'm serving up two soup er-duper comforting bowls of goodness: an action-packed Superfood Minestrone and a thick, creamy and dairy-free Potato Leek Soup (with or without bacon). Folks, grab your largest spoons and get your soup on! Packed with antioxidant-rich greens and fiber-filled beans, this Italian soup is sure to satisfy your crew. It's super simple to prepare and is simmered to perfection. The best part: You ... [Read More]


- Mindfulness is all the rage when it comes to boosting mental health, but new research suggests that it may not help everyone equally. Practicing mindfulness meditation involves paying close attention to what you are feeling in the moment. While it may be better than doing nothing at all to improve anxiety, depression or lower stress, the practice is not a cure-all and may not be any better than other practices aimed at improving mental health and well-being, such as exercise, said study author Julieta Galante, a research associate in the department of psychiatry at the University of ... [Read More]


- This extremely low-carb eating plan may be effective as a quick weight-loss fix, but longer use can increase the risk for serious health concerns. The keto diet is a highly restrictive eating plan that is touted as a way to lose weight and that is verified by some research. But that research only covers those on the plan for a short period of time. Research on long-term effects is limited, and this type of diet should always be kept short. Nutrition and health experts warn that any unbalanced diet can have hidden long-term dangers. The keto diet requires at least 70% of daily calories to ... [Read More]