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Recipe for Health: Freekeh-Stuffed Peppers

When it comes to grains in our diet, we now have more proof that whole is a whole lot better. In a study published last October in Gut, a te...

130/80 = High Blood Pressure

For the first time since 2003, the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association have produced a substantial report upda...

Want to Eat Less Salt? Try Adding Pepper

Most Americans consume well over the daily recommended intake of sodium (hello, packaged and restaurant foods), but turning up the heat on y...

Does the Fitness Industry Have a Body Image Problem?

Fitness professionals often bemoan how clients can be too appearance-oriented in their fitness pursuits, harboring negative body image and/or unrealistic expectations around shaping the “perfect...

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Question: My favorite coffee shop now serves Golden Milk, which is warm coconut milk or cow’s milk infused with turmeric. I love the...

A Scientific Approach to Core Training

Core training can improve functional capacity and reduce injury potential. But accurately programming a successful, tailored and progressiv...

Rethink Dining Alone

If your dining company is more likely to be a smartphone than a living, breathing human, you could be on the path to health woes that go w...

Fatten Up Your Salads

Mary Poppins famously advised that “a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.” Now, it looks like a spoonful of oil helps ...

What Fitness Pros Need to Know About New Blood Pressure Guidelines

New guidelines on high blood pressure made headlines late last year because they suggest that nearly half of all Americans have hypertension...

Question of the Month

If we want people to eat better, we need to acknowledge that pears cost more than potato chips. A study from Drexel University, Philadelphia...

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