Nutrition + Wellness
Why Fiber is So Good For Your Gut Health (Hint: It’s About Way More Than Poop)
We know that fiber is good for your gut health, but many of us don't know what it actually does for the body. Here's a closer look.
What’s The Healthiest Cheese? (Yep, There is Such a Thing!)
The healthiest cheese is real cheese. But which one comes out on top?
How My Workout Routine Led to Breast Cancer (Are You Stashing Your Cell Phone in Your Bra?)
One stage II breast cancer survivor shares her story.
Getting Outside and Forest Bathing Is Just As Important As a Healthy Diet
The Japanese practice of forest bathing has incredible benefits for your health and wellbeing – and it's easy to do, even if you don't live near the forest!
Here’s How to Go Beyond Your Ego and Tap Into Your True Self
There's a richer, truer you lying just beyond the surface.
Busting Healthy Breakfast Myths: Dr. Mark Hyman's 5 Tips to Eat Smart in the Morning
Breakfast can make or break your day. We asked functional medicine expert Dr. Mark Hyman for some tips for a truly healthy breakfast.
These are the 3 Dietary Supplements Worth Taking on the Reg
Keep expensive pee to a minimum by streamlining your supplement routine with these three dietary supplements experts say are actually worth it.
This Ancient Ritual Quiets the Mind and Opens the Heart, Every Time
Kirtan is an ancient ritual that's growing within the yoga community. Here's why experts say you'll love it and want to do it everyday.
Here's Why Red Light Therapy Might Be the Best Natural Solution for Seasonal Depression
The benefits of red light therapy go way beyond anti-aging. Read more to uncover it's serious benefits for seasonal depression or SAD.
3 Ways to Activate Autophagy - the Natural Process by Which the Body Rejuvenates Itself
Autophagy is, quite literally, the body’s ability to eat itself. Optimizing this natural process could lead to better health and well-being.
Stop Worrying About Protein, Dietary Fiber Is the Real Macronutrient You Need
You're already getting more than enough protein – but you're probably not getting nearly enough dietary fiber, according to experts.