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Mandy Moore shares what it's like to be gluten-free and dine out.
A post shared by Christina K. Villumsen (@christinakayser) on Aug 21, 2017 at 5:02am PDT Ladies and gentlemen, prepare yourselves, because we just found a healthy alternative to Oreos that'll give you serious cravings.
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Ice might be nearly as bad.
“Caffeine is a stimulant, and some evidence shows that it can increase mental functioning and strengthen your ability to concentrate,” says Marc Leavey, MD, a primary care specialist at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore. Caffeine is a psychoactive compound that modulates these neurotransmitters, allowing them to operate more efficiently. Show More Summary
Starbucks’ pumpkin spice latte has been a fall favorite for years, inspiring memes, GIFs, and social media declarations of love. While the substances are considered safe by the Food and Drug Administration, the FDA said last year that...Show More Summary
Energy drinks: Can you have them in moderation — or are they never really a good idea? Infographics that break down what happens to your body after drinking regular and diet soda have gone viral recently — and now there’s a new one for energy drinks. Show More Summary
Zucchini is a familiar summer squash at farmers markets and in the produce sections of grocery stores. Maybe you think it’s just a boring vegetable. But today is National Zucchini Day, which means it’s time to really let the vegetable shine (not to mention it’s a fantastic source of vitamins A and C, fiber, magnesium, folate, and potassium).
Last week, an infographic on the effects that drinking a single can of Coke has on your body within 60 minutes went viral. Now, a detailed new infographic from TheRenegadePharmacist.com (creator of last week’s viral infographic detailing...Show More Summary
Research has shown it time and again: Weight gain isn’t good for your health. The study, published in the journal JAMA Neurology, shows a strong association between insulin resistance (often linked to weight gain) and a decline in memory function. Show More Summary
Sugar has been blasted in recent years for its link to obesity and a slew of health problems, but now experts say the food world has a new problem child: Soybean oil. Soybean oil, considered a “healthier” alternative to some oils that...Show More Summary
But when was it milked? (Photo: Stocksy)
Having at-risk children avoid allergenic foods such as eggs, nuts and fish until preschool – which was common practice a decade ago – likely has contributed to the increase in food allergies.
This bad habit will lead to weight gain that’s the equivalent of eating an extra bagel per day! Here's how to stop.
Don’t want to be confronted with the number of calories in that mojito, margarita or craft beer? Then avoid the menu and order at the bar.
Photo by Morrison Health By Molly Gallagher for Well+Good Sneezing everywhere, sugar cravings, and can’t get a good night’s sleep? This fun little set of issues might mean a detox is in the cards for you this fall, says Jeffrey Morrison,...Show More Summary
Experts are pushing the protein when it comes to weight loss, and for good reason, because it regulates your appetite and satiates hunger. But if loading up on tons of protein is your main focus at mealtimes, you might be getting more than you need.
Because the royals actually can’t have it all.