There is a misconception that, in order to eat healthier, you have to change your entire diet, forgo the foods that you love so much, and spend ages trying to prepare healthy meals. We’ve gotten so used to quick and…
Your diet plays an integral role in the quality of your skin. Certain foods can nurture your skin, whilst others will cause havoc. Here are 10 foods that you should be eating more of: Kale Kale is often considered to…
A smile that can make people stare is often hard to accomplish. They would take a second look instead because of the bad state of your teeth: yellow and stained. But, there are remedies available to bring back that smile….
Gluten-free diet is great for people suffering from gluten intolerance, coeliac disease and similar conditions. But gluten-free food can be a great choice on days when you simply don’t feel like eating grains such as wheat.
Today we decided to give you some ideas about which pastas you can make easily at home and bring them to work. Healthy lunches are definitely trendy! Here are our top 3 healthy spring pasta recipes.
As aging progresses, different changes appear inside and outside the body. These changes are particularly visible on the skin. As you near the age of 30, tired skin manifests itself and you can’t seem to stop it. To better understand why this happens, read down below.
Easy to find year-round at your local market, these bright-colored fruits are packed with vitamins that offer an array of health and skin care benefits. Find out which.
Everywhere you turn people are talking about detox diets. People seem to being doing some sort of detox or cleanse all the time, but are they really as beneficial as they say?
If you’re cleansing this January, think about adding a physical practice to enhance the detoxifying benefits and help move waste through your body. Yoga has long been used to clear the body and mind of unnecessary holdings, whether they be muscular, emotional or physical. But there are a few poses that are especially effective at stimulating the circulatory, lymphatic and digestive systems – all essential in detoxifying the body.
We all hear the claims about the success of this detox diet, or this body cleanse for detox, but what exactly is detox and which ones work, and how?
After three months of parties, the detox season has officially begun. But if the thought of swearing off anything remotely tasty and ingesting only cold juice for the next five days sends you running to the corner pizzeria in a panic, consider another option: the soup cleanse.
Light sensitivity, headache, bleary eyes and a generally bad attitude. A hangover is basically intense dehydration. It wreaks havoc on your body, your mood and most visibly: your skin. If you woke up on January 1st and thought to yourself: I’ll never do that again. Here are a few ways to keep that promise.
An acne breakout is the worst nightmare of every teenager. Many studies have been done on what the exact triggers of acnes are, but the findings are a little bit unclear. The consent seems to be that there is no common food item that has the same impact on each individual. For instance, cheese can lead to acne breakouts in a person but chocolate might spark acne in someone else. While each person has a different response to certain types of food items, there are some certain foods that are well-known to agitate a counteraction.
Why is pH important? Many skincare brands throw around the phrase ‘pH-balanced’ as a marketing tool without actually explaining what role pH levels play in achieving healthy skin. Allow us to clear things up.
Some people (not you, obviously) tend to overdo it on Thanksgiving. If you get visions of gravy-soaked pecan pie every time you close your eyes, you may be in need of a post-holiday detox. Nothing major, just a quick cleaning of your insides to help you kick off any leftover sluggishness and plunge into December, fresh faced and full of energy. Here are three sample meals that are delicious, cleansing and perfect for either a 1-day detox or stretched out and repeated for longer programs.
Having a healthy Thanksgiving is easier said than done. Or is it? Here are five easy, low-maintenance ways to stay on the right side of things this Thursday.
There’s no getting around it: Thanksgiving is a food-centric holiday. Diets and best intentions are often abandoned whilst feasters over-indulge and emerge bloated and lethargic (not to mention dehydrated). This need not be the case. Many traditional Thanksgiving dishes call for hearty fall superfoods that don’t need to be violated with fatty additives and over-processing.
No plans this weekend? Perfect! Take the opportunity to detox with these four simple steps.
The days are getting shorter, the weather is getting colder and long gone are the sweet berries, peaches and plums of summer. Fall is in full swing and we are excited because it means apples are in season! You know the old saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”?
Labor Day, the unofficial close of summer, is this weekend. As we say good-bye to vacation and endless days at the beach, it is also almost time to say good-bye to summer fruits. Plums are in season until the end of September, so they are the perfect fruit to incorporate into your Labor Day party menus. Your skin will thank you!