Many of you are here to improve your diet and overall well-being and to start cutting certain things out of your life. But that doesn’t always mean junk food or sweets — we’ve got some habits that might be holding ...Read More »
Brunch is ahh-mazing — well, not if you’re vegan. It pretty much sucks, actually. Most pancake...
If you want to tone your upper body and core, push-ups are one of the most effective exercises you c...
When I started working out with a trainer a few months ago, I wasn’t entirely sure what to exp...
Many of you are here to improve your diet and overall well-being and to start cutting certain things...
There is a special kind of love for Halo Top at POPSUGAR. People here go wild for the low-calorie, h...
There is a special kind of love for Halo Top at POPSUGAR. People here go wild for the low-calorie, high-protein ice cream and can barely believe it’s not laden with fat and sugar. How can something that tastes so damn good only result in ...Read More »
If you find it hard to lose weight with your busy schedule, the news keeps getting better. First, just 20 minutes of exercise was proven to help increase your metabolism. A related study has found that working out intensely for just ...Read More »
I first shared this Grilled Cilantro Lime Shrimp recipe on Recipe Girl. There’s no better way to enjoy shrimp than with a bit of heat and sweet in this Honey Cilantro Lime Shrimp with a cool and refreshing Avocado Dip. We’re enjoying our apartment ...Read More »
I first shared this recipe for Baked Beans on Centsless Meals where I am a contributor. Slow Cooker Baked Beans are a delicious and easy made-from-scratch side dish that tastes fantastic next to your favorite burger. SLOW COOKER BAKED BEANS WITH BACON If ...Read More »
I first shared these Mini Caramel Pecan Pumpkin Trifles on Real Housemoms where I am a contributor. These Mini Caramel Pecan Pumpkin Cheesecake Trifles have layers of cheesecake filling, moist pumpkin cake, brown sugar caramel, and toasted pecans. Heaven! MINI CARAMEL PECAN PUMPKIN ...Read More »
Balancing calorie intake and usage lies at the crux of maintaining a healthy weight. Most of us know that if you eat as many calories as you burn, you’ll maintain your weight; eat less and you’ll lose weight; eat more, and ...Read More »
Another day, another story about red wine being good for you. Today’s happy news comes from Australia, where a member of the national Wine Research Institute has been extolling the virtues of a drop of red. “People that drink a moderate ...Read More »
“Feed a cold, starve a fever,” the saying goes. But if you’ve ever been hit with a spout of the flu then you’ll know this old wives’ tale does very little to get you through. Cue a week of being bedridden with roaring temperatures and aching ...Read More »
Ali asks: I’ve been reading recently about a terrible side effect of overtraining called “rhabdomyolysis” or “rhabdo.” Apparently it’s been happening to people in spin classes and other high-intensity workouts.As a runner, what’s the likelihood that something like this could ...Read More »