If you’d rather eat chocolate than Brussels sprouts, you’re not alone. (Ed. note: chocolate is delicious.)
If watching another ball drop on New Year’s Eve makes you feel ambitious about the year to come – you’re not the only one. Continue reading “New Year’s UN-Resolution: Forget About It”
It won’t feel like Christmas without cookies for Santa, and a Hanukkah table without latkes just doesn’t work!
Adventurous eaters make it a point to seek out heat. They’re first in line to eat a ghost pepper or pop a habanero, but you’ll never see them break a sweat. (Lucky!)
If you thought your garden was just for growing delicious veggies, think again.
At more than 300 pounds, Hittle knew she had to make a change. Continue reading “Tips That Helped This Unlikely Runner Lose 160 Pounds and Cross the Boston Marathon Finish Line”
Tired of being on the diet-only-to-gain-it-all-back-two-months-later hamster wheel? We don’t blame you. Continue reading “How the ‘Health at Every Size’ Movement Turns Conventional Dieting on Its Head”
If you’ve got tomatoes, squash, and lettuce growing out of your ears – or your raised beds – good on you. Continue reading “So Many Veggies! Making the Most of Your Garden Harvest Surplus”
If you thought athletes had weird superstitions for game day, then welcome to ancient food folklore. No one can out-weird peasants who believed in the evil eye – or that garlic would save them from someone’s bad vibes. (Ugh, if only.) Continue reading “13 Spooky Food Superstitions from Around the World”
Stress sends your body into a tizzy. Your muscles tense. Your breathing and heart rate increase. Your stomach explodes with butterflies or nausea. Continue reading “Stress Snacking: Why People Eat When They’re Stressed”