Kim Rose, a Diabetes Educator and inclusive Dietitian, answers our questions about implicit bias in healthcare.
“With all the clutter we’re exposed to, I think people should realize that your fitness journey is your own,” she tells us.
At Propel Co:Labs in LA, fun, inclusive fitness was emphasized over burning a million calories or bodies that look a certain way.
You’re seeing celery juice *everywhere* right now, and it’s selling out in grocery stores—but is there any scientific evidence behind all of the supposed benefits of celery juice?
This year, challenge yourself to focus on building one good habit as your New Year’s resolution. Here’s how to do it (and why it works).
Here’s how to lessen holiday food anxiety through the intuitive eating mindset.
One writer’s thoughts on how wellness and privilege interact, in real life and on social media.
Avoid overindulging and feeling less than your best on Thanksgiving this year by putting these healthy habits in place
“It wasn’t until a few months had passed… that I began to question if the weight I was gaining, losing, and gaining wasn’t actually the result of breastfeeding and normal postpartum hormone changes, but something else.”
Do you know what’s in your wine? Turns out, it’s more than just unfermented grapes — and the extra ingredients may shock you.
The social media habit is really hard to break — so why not try a social media detox for a day or two? Here’s what we learned from deleting our apps.
Intimidated by the intense structure of a ketogenic diet? Macro cycling might be the solution.