April 28 2016
What exactly does it mean to eat mindfully? One expert explains what it is and how to do it.
Put away the doll plates – eating small meals throughout the day will not speed your metabolism, say researchers. A study out of the United Kingdom looked at the metabolism of women who ate 5 small meals a day compared to women who ate only two larger meals. The difference? There was none. If you’re trying to fan the flames of your metabolism, hit the weights instead. Strength-training only two times a week has been proven to increase metabolism by up to 50 percent!
By Natalie Mitchell April 20 2016
Courtesy of Nat Runs Far I love sweet potatoes. When I am training for a marathon, sweet potatoes are a huge part of my diet. Sweet
By Fara Rosenzweig April 14 2016
Wait, there's a difference? Actually there is—here's how to tell which one you need.
By Dr. Sally Norton April 6 2016
Dr Sally Norton offers a low-down of the most popular diet plans available. Here are her pros and cons from a scientific point-of-view.
By Fara Rosenzweig March 30 2016
The actress and Cooking Channel show host shares how she makes healthy eating a family affair.
By Bryn Huntpalmer March 29 2016
A weekly meal prep saves you from the time and hassle of preparing separate meals every day.
By Monique Ryan March 28 2016
All four of these may fall short of the optimal amounts in your daily diet.
By Frida Harju March 25 2016
Plus the top-5 healthiest states that are eating the most of these beneficial foods.
By Nicki Miller March 25 2016
These race day oats can be prepared at home or on the go—and will power your race.
By Fara Rosenzweig March 24 2016
Bison is low in fat and sugar but packed with protein—everything a runner's diet needs.
By Team WR March 23 2016
In honor of spring, we are all about eating our greens. Here are some of our favorites.
By Biju Thomas and Dr. Allen Lim March 17 2016
Instead of your typical pre-race pasta, try this instead.