These recipes from functional medicine specialist Mark Hyman, MD, are a great way for anyone — keto or not — to bring real, whole, fresh foods to your plate first thing in the morning.
Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Functional medicine registered dietitian Lindsay Malone, RD, fields this one about pasta choices.
Looking to add some color (and flavor!) to your plate? Try this Asian-style Squash and Spinach from our wellness experts.
If you’re looking for a hearty soup that won’t leave you looking for more, try our Chickpea Soup With Pasta and Greens. Full of nutrients and fiber, it’s ready in just 30 minutes.
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Try this fresh take on chips and guacamole. Besides the classic ingredients, we’ve added edamame and pomegranate seeds. The result is a feast for your eyes — not to mention delicious!
Curious about trying a hot yoga class, but not quite sure if you’re up for the challenge? Our yoga expert explains what you need to know first.
When your weight starts creeping up on you, you may start contemplating a juice cleanse. But will it be effective — and is it good for you? A functional medicine dietitian explains.
What do counting calories, fad diets and juice cleanses have in common? They’re all doomed to fail as weight-loss strategies. Follow these do’s and don’ts from our experts to lose weight and keep it off.
How often do you run through the drive thru (or just have it delivered)? A new study finds that 1 in 3 Americans are grabbing fast food every single day. Dietitian Lindsay Malone explains why eating fast food this often is detrimental to your health.
How often do you make rutabagas? Never? Then our wellness chef’s Rutabaga, Carrot and Sweet Potato Mash is a perfect recipe to start to give them a try.