Looking to feel better and overcome your cravings? Spend the next three weeks ditching the sweet stuff so you can feel better every day.
Don’t let the afternoon slump influence high intake of sugary or caffeinated beverages. Reach for these foods if you an energy boost.
Need to reset the body after overindulging on unhealthy foods? This super clean raw broccoli slaw is perfect and can get you back on track!
On CICO, you simply consume fewer calories in than you burn calories out. This diet may help you lose weight, but at a cost.
Adding probiotics to your diet can benefit your gut, but feeding those probiotics with prebiotics is the key to better digestive health.
Giving up alcohol for the first month of the year can be tough, but ultimately worth it. Here’s how you can have a Dry January.
Here are a few simple detox tips to help rid your body of the salt, sugar, fat, alcohol, and carb overload from the indulgent holidays.
Say hello to a healthy glow when you use this homemade tea tree coconut oil face scrub, which helps to exfoliate and moisturize the skin.
The holidays are a great time of year for all things sweet, and these raw vegan gingerbread cookies will satisfy your sweet tooth guilt-free.
More than just an acai bowl topping, goji berries exhibit impressive health benefits that continue to be investigated by scientists.
A simple no-bake vegan pumpkin cheesecake recipe with a rich, textured crust and creamy pumpkin filling on top. Perfect for the holidays!
Getting your steps in after you eat can help improve digestion, reduce blood sugar levels, regulate blood pressure, and lessen bloating.
It’s easy to let yourself go on Thanksgiving! Certain dishes may be nostalgic and tasty, but they may not always be the best for your health.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and if you’re wondering how to avoid a food coma this year, you’ll need the tips in this article.
Learn how to make some of the best vegan hot chocolate ever! It comes together in a matter of minutes and only requires six ingredients.
A lot of people like to imbibe alcohol, which can interfere with weight loss goals. These types of alcohol are terrible for your waistline.
Easy to peel and ready in a matter of minutes, these air fryer roasted chestnuts are the perfect toasty, festive snack during the holidays.
Raspberries provide potassium, manganese, and all sorts of antioxidants that may help maintain bone skin, blood sugar, and heart health.
Are you experiencing gas and bloating but don’t know the cause? As it turns out, your favorite drinks may be to blame for your upset stomach.
When you’re feeling overwhelmed and stressed, the body overproduces cortisol, which is the stress hormone that makes you eat unhealthy foods.