Food triggers both a chemical reaction and an emotional response, all to try to help you feel better and to take away your stress — but it doesn’t actually work in the long term. A psychologist explains why stress eating happens and shares recommendations for putting an end to it once and for all.
Want to add a little heat to your next meal? Then, try one of these eight spicy recipes — your taste buds will thank you!
Our Wellness chef’s take on golden milk features a unique and creamy blend of exotic flavors. Try the inflammation-soothing concoction once, and you’ll want to enjoy it again and again.
Cinnamon isn’t just a spice we use in sweet and savory recipes to add extra oomph — it potentially provides numerous unexpected health benefits
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