Is Tom Brady the new Gwyneth? Haters may have initially rolled their eyes at his super-restrictive, 80-percent plant-based diet, but it looks like the tide has changed.
Do you remember your first time? First time eating zoodles, that is. Not to romanticize the spiralized vegetable too much, but anyone who has sat down to a bowl of zucchini noodles probably knows the range of emotion—from trepidation to shock to pleasure to sheer joy—that accompanies that very first forkful.
Throughout life, there are those coveted items that you go to great lengths to get. Some cooler than others (Beanie Babies, anyone?
Isn’t it awesome when you have an extra hour in the morning to contemplate your outfit for the day? If you’re thinking, “What extra hour?
Crystals aren’t just a way to make your bedroom Instagram-level dreamy—some believe they’re also capable of transforming the energy and mood of your entire space.
Suzanne Ginestro thinks about food prep seven days a week, literally—so she takes her fridge seriously.
If the thought of giving up your active lifestyle for nine months horrifies you more than forgoing your glass of post-work wine while you’re expecting, fear not.
Another day, another reminder that Americans are consuming too much sugar. The American Heart Association has released new guidelines on how much of the sweet stuff is healthy for kids—and it’s less than a third of what’s consumed on average.
Booties have been having a major moment in the last few years. But while some may think the attention to the derriere is thanks to a handful of well-endowed celebrities, the trend can also be credited to growing number of women who seriously lift and squat their way to strong glutes.
Welcome to the latest from Wellness Council, our handpicked holistic health squad: a tightly curated group that gives the best advice this side of your own personal guru.
As the demand for clean beauty products grows, more eco- and health-conscious brands are popping up than ever before.
What to do when your sanity needs a sweat sesh, but making it to the studio is just not going to happen?
When you have a big event or something on the evening’s calendar besides Netflix and chill, it’s time to put your best face forward.
Welcome to Wellness Confidential, our quick-fire interview series where we ask hard-hitting (okay, entertaining) wellness questions, lightning round-style.
As far as eat-at-your-own-peril foods, some things are pretty obvious. A text from a friend saying she has food poisoning is typically followed by another one blaming bad sushi or an oyster happy hour from the night before.
By now you know there’s $500 of sweet GapFit activewear—plus free fitness classes, and a chance to be featured in Well+Good—on the line in the #DoYouMove Instagram challenge.
Hey New York, it’s time we got together, isn’t it? And what better reason than to help you kill it in the #DoYouMove Instagram challenge.
This post originally appeared on The Zoe Report If you don’t get chills at some point during the Olympics, you may want to talk to a professional.
Showing up to sweat is never really a waste of time since there are endless benefits to just getting moving, but if you’re waking up extra early to hit the gym or are skipping happy hour to make a spin class, don’t you want to make sure you’re doing as much for your body as you possibly can?
“Thigh gap” is such an antiquated term at this point, with the rise of body positivity (and celebs like Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer to Victoria’s Secret models speaking out about it)—plus the evolving idea of what a “yoga body” looks like, and curvier models starring in Nike ads.