Cloves provide a ton of health benefits. Whether ground or whole, cooked or simmered, there are plenty of uses for this versatile spice.
Health journalist Kelly Burch talks about sugar cravings – specifically stress-induced sugar cravings. Her research concludes with some tips to prevent them and replace them with healthier alternatives.
Humans crave sugar for a variety of reasons. In ancient times, sugar was a relative rarity and was found mainly in fruits that contained essential vitamins and nutrients. Chasing sugar was a matter of survival. Today, the tables are turned.
Blogger Nina Simons talks about keeping your living space into a place where you can thrive. Follow her guidance and you’ll never need to go to the spa again.
Personal trainer and wellness coach Brooke Bailey gives us a look into the health benefits of mushrooms. Whether you love ’em or hate ’em, that doesn’t change the fact that they’re good for you.
Training for your first 5k can be difficult. If you’re an American used to dealing in miles, the first part is knowing how far that actually is.
Spoiler alert: Showering a night is scientifically proven to be better for your health than showering in the morning.
Lower back pain is a malady suffered by millions. Here’s are some home remedies (many inexpensive or free) that can help alleviate the pain and even help prevent it.
If you’re one of the 45 million people who plan to diet each and every year, this is for you. Finding a diet plan that you can stick with and maintain forever is the key.
Health and beauty blogger Erika Jensen talks about the health benefits of activated charcoal along with some other uses you might not expect.
Millions of people around the globe don’t have access to clean water. What does that mean for their health? This graphic shows the benefits of clean drinking water – benefits many people simply can’t realize.
Writer Nate Martins discusses the role of calories when adhering to a sugar/carb restricted diet.