It’s no secret that eating chocolate and french fries tends to only cause temporary delight (it’s not for nothing that they say “a moment on the lips, a lifetime on the hips…”). But that’s not all. Food can greatly affect our mood, and it goes way beyond “food guilt.”
How cool would it be if you could scan a piece of fruit and find out not only if it’s organic, but all its nutritional information so that you could, for example, be sure that you’re buying the sweetest watermelon on display?
I have the best intentions when it comes to being healthy, but even with all the time I spend researching, reading, and speaking with experts, I’m confused sometimes as to which choices are the best. If I like lentils and quinoa equally, is one better than the other?
Snacking is an inevitable part of most of our daily lives, but choosing which snacks to opt for can be confounding (besides the obvious healthy choices like apples and carrots). To find out what to eat when we’re not in the mood for celery sticks we turned to nutritionist Stacy Goldberg…
Enlightenment Is Sexy author Valerie Gangas turned tragedy into triumph after the painful death of her mother. “On January 25, 2011, I lost the love of my life, my mother,” she explained. “We had a bond that can only be described at soulmate level.
I hate running, but once a week I go for a six-mile run with my trainer. Somewhere around mile two I feel like a dying horse and start complaining. If it weren’t for my trainer, I’d probably never make it past mile three, but every week that I cross the six-mile mark, I feel such a sense of accomplishment.
Before you fall face first into a prescription drug cocktail, you might be surprised to learn that many commonly found herbs have been proven to help treat a variety of ailments – with no side effects.