Your Ultimate Healthy Gift-Giving Guide

From fitness-trackers, to on-the-go equipment, all the way to food processers, bistroMD has the ultimate guide to healthy holiday gifts and branded suggestions and recommendations. Wrap a...

5 Reasons Why You May Want to Rethink Cheat Day

5 Reasons Why You Should Rethink Cheat Days 1. Unpleasant Side Effects Adhering to a more wholesome diet and eating more nutritious foods tends to heighten energy levels and...

Your Ultimate Guide to Root Vegetables

Root Vegetables Health Benefits Commonly known types of root vegetables include potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, parsnips, beets, and radishes. Out of entire pool of colorful veggies, root vegetables are...

6 Foods That Speed Up Your Metabolism

Metabolism Booster Foods and Drinks 1. Spicy Foods Hot peppers and the spicy foods it transpires into may actually boost metabolism and facilitate weight loss. According to a study...

Napping for Good Health and Wellness

Napping 101 While dozing off on the couch is tempting to catch more Zzz’s in the afternoon, there is actually an art to napping. The length of naps...

What to Eat to Beat Food and Sugar Cravings

According to Merriam-Webster, a craving is “an intense, urgent, or abnormal desire or longing.” In the sense of food, cravings are mostly built on both physiological and...

How to Beat the Holiday Blues

How to Beat the Holiday Blues Seek Support The holidays are a time in which friends, family members, coworkers, and neighbors all come together. If you are feeling alone...

What to Look for in Bone Broth and Bone Broth Supplements

The inclusion of bone broth in the diet has been placed on a tall pedestal related to its potent nutrients from the broth itself, along with the...

Is Eating While Standing Up Bad for You

Is It Healthy to Eat Standing Up? First off, you may be wondering why one would even question the act of eating while standing up, especially if a...

Foods to Eat & Which to Avoid to Fight Breast Cancer

According to breastcancer.org, approximately 12 percent of U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. And while there are an estimated 252,710...

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