Finding a recipe online is easier than ever, but how can you be sure it’s healthy? Follow these tips for finding nutritious recipes and making your favorite recipes healthier.
Lots of people are trying the high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diet for weight loss. Is it for you? A dietitian explains what to expect on the keto diet. (Make sure your doctor gives you the green light).
Garnish this sweet and creamy mousse with toasted nuts or chocolate, and your guests will forget all about pumpkin pie. Prepare this up to three days in advance — it tastes even better the next day!
Sitting for long periods at your desk can weaken the gluteus medius muscles and tighten your hip flexors. A chiropractor explains easy ways to relieve the pain and discomfort of “dead butt syndrome.”
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Many factors determine your weight. But your metabolism may ultimately steer the ship. Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Here, a wellness dietitian explains how to stoke your metabolic fire.
You’ve noticed numbness and tingling creep up your thumb and fingers into your forearm. Could it be carpal tunnel syndrome? Our chiropractor explains five things you should know about this common complaint.
Do you wake with a horrific backache each morning? Or wince with pain when you stand up after a long day at the computer? Take these five steps toward wellness, and you’ll notice you’re feeling and functioning better.
Take the time to get up from your chair once in awhile and move around. Moving will invigorate your body, release muscle tension and give you a boost of energy.
It’s important for those of us in office jobs to be mindful of our body and to give it a good stretch every few hours. Our bodies were meant for movement.
Repetition and stress from working in front of a computer can exact a toll on our hands, wrists and shoulders. These areas often bear the brunt of overuse and lack of variation in movement and, as a result, we feel discomfort or pain.