When we’re awake at 4 a.m. on Christmas morning, our Lululemon athleisure wear hugging every crevice of our hard, angular bodies, where will you be? In bed wasting oxygen. That’s where.
Too often, medical research is stunted by cronyism, bad incentives, and lack of competent peer review. And it all comes at the expense of taxpayers.
Trying to make changes this year? Or hosting friends and family on a diet? This list might come in handy.
I’ve done Whole30 three times, but my last round with BRIGHT readers from January 1 to 30 was the first time I was totally compliant. Here’s what I learned.
It may be allergies, preferences, or special diets. If you’re not used to cooking within the many sets of restrictions out there, here are recipes to get you started.
Sugary drink taxes drive some consumers to purchase substitute products that pose equal or greater health risks, and others to buy sweetened beverages outside city limits.
My body believes in ‘go big or go home’ for growing babies. And then by eight months postpartum I weigh less than I did on my wedding day. Voila!
The everpresence and overabundance of sweets and salty snacks make the holidays the best and worst of times for anyone with an eating disorder or issues with food in general.
In so many ways we live in a depraved, modernist hell-hole, and yet the food is just absolutely incredible. Or can be, if you know how to take advantage.
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