It's no secret that celebrities make tons of money from endorsements, and social media has opened up even more ways to hawk products at adoring fans.
Mila Kunis has a hungry baby, and she's fed up with feeling guilty about breast-feeding in public. In an interview with Vanity Fair, she spoke candidly about the stigma so many women face when doing this perfectly normal act.
It's a sad reality, but by this point, Ashley Graham knows people will say hurtful things about her body (like calling her thighs "cellulite city") anytime she posts a photo to Instagram.
It’s waxy. It’s a lot like fat. And it’s found in every cell of your body. Yes, we’re talking about cholesterol—a topic that probably doesn't come up too often at the dinner table since it’s not exactly, uh, appetizing.
When I saw an ad for Ample, a brand new "meal-in-a-bottle," I was intrigued. Ample is a 400-calorie shake made with "real-food" ingredients that you mix with milk or water.
Few things scream summer more than eating outside, especially with plenty of friends and a checkered blanket.
If you ask anyone who knows me, they’ll describe me as outgoing, funny, full of life, and ambitious. They’ll recount stories of me taking risks (I recently took a huge one), being the life of the party, and constantly trying things that take me out of my comfort zone.
Quinoa is considered a superfood for its amazing nutritional benefits, but that doesn't mean every preparation of the grain is healthy.
With the same flavor as a classic blueberry muffin, this smoothie is a treat for both your taste buds and your body.
When it's too hot to turn on the oven, this cool, crunchy salad is exactly what you need. Packed with nutrient-dense veggies and tossed in a creamy, tofu-based dressing, it’ll leave you feeling energized and refreshed—even when you're sweating through your shirt.
Let’s be honest: We already know Victoria’s Secret edits the hell out of its ads. But it turns out there's a whole lot more than airbrushing going on behind the scenes.
Iced coffee hits the spot on hot summer days. But if you're looking to get the most pep from a single cup, hot coffee is the way to go, even when it's sweltering.
If you've never lifted, the gym can be an intimidating place to start. (Do I really know what I'm doing?
What’s the hardest thing about riding a bike? Talking about it. If you can’t tell a sprocket from a Schrader or refer to every random bike part as a whatchamacallit, then it’s time for a quick lesson in cycling lingo.
The dog days of summer are upon us, and we've hit the point where the only way to stay cool is to lounge under a fan with a cold drink in hand.
Kettlebells are like the swiss army knives of weights—they do it all. Not only can they help you work more muscles in half the time, they also do double duty for both cardio and strength.
It can be pretty hard to drag yourself out of bed on a weekday to make a good breakfast. But to combat laziness, make a several-serving recipe early in the week, then reheat individual portions in the microwave before heading out to greet the day.
Using a neti pot to clear out all the gunk in your nose doesn't sound particularly appealing. Do you really want to pour warm salt water in one nostril and wait for the liquid to drip out the other side?
By now we know red wine can lower your risk of heart disease and stroke (thanks, resveratrol!). This video from Elite Daily points out a number of other health benefits that come with drinking.
If you pick up a block of Parmesan cheese at the grocery store, you assume it's the good stuff, preferably from Italy.