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4th of July Is Over – Get Back on Track

If you celebrated independence from your diet at this year’s Independence Day barbecue, you may have a food hangover today. Whether you had a little something extra or really went to town, today is a new day. Beating yourself up won’t help you get back on track. Instead, inspire yourself with our list of five Read More

Types of Yoga to Try on International Yoga Day

You’ve probably heard about the health benefits of yoga. Some of the more obvious ones include increased flexibility, improved muscle tone, and greater mindfulness (both on and off the mat). If you’re new to yoga, what you may not know is that some types of yoga can provide a solid cardiovascular workout and help with Read More

Picnic Recipes and Low Carb Sides

A picnic is one of those quintessential summer activities, but it’s all too easy to let the warm months drift by without planning one. With International Picnic Day just around the corner (it falls on June 18), you now have the perfect reason to make the most of summer’s warm temperatures and abundance of seasonal Read More

Vegetable Sides, Salads, and Entrees

Summer brings a bounty of seasonal produce, so it’s fitting that June marks National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month. Now’s the time to abandon any childhood aversions—fruits and veggies are not only packed with healthy vitamins and fiber, they’re delicious! As proof, we’ve rounded up four recipes featuring some of the healthiest vegetables and fruits. Read More

Hiking Tips for National Trails Day and Beyond

We all know the myriad health benefits of walking. But sometimes simply counting steps feels a little, well, dull. Luckily, National Trails Day (an annual event organized by the American Hiking Society) falls this Saturday, June 4, and now’s a great time to hit your local trails. We’ve compiled a list of hiking tips below Read More

Sun Safety and Skin Cancer Prevention Tips

Sun safety is important year-round—even in the dark days of winter. But with summer around the corner and National Sunscreen Day on May 27, now’s a great time to brush up on how to stay safe in the sun. If you’re lacking motivation, remember that this isn’t just about wrinkles: sun safety is synonymous with Read More

Bike Safety Tips

During the third week of May each year, the country celebrates National Bike Week. There are many health benefits of biking, but it’s important to observe the laws of the road and be as safe as possible when biking around town. As the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration writes on their website, remember that “a Read More

Why a High-Protein Diet Can Give You Sustained Energy

A vital component of every cell in your body, protein provides the raw materials for building and repairing tissues, including muscles, bones, and skin. Proteins are also used to produce the enzymes that activate your metabolism. So how does protein help keep your energy levels consistent throughout the day? Let’s break it down. Protein Is Read More

Whey Protein Benefits

Not all protein shakes and bars are created equal. Not only does each product on the market have differing amounts of fat, carbs, and protein, but also different protein sources. Whey protein is the protein source most commonly favored by exercisers. So what are the benefits of whey protein and why is it such a Read More

Low Carb Margarita Ideas for Cinco De Mayo

Cinco de Mayo (which is Spanish for “the fifth of May”) is a Mexican holiday celebrating an unlikely Mexican military victory over French troops in 1862. In the United States, many people celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Mexican-inspired drinks and food. Read more to discover Atkins low carb drink and margarita recipes. Cheers to low Read More

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