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Mindset

Jim Kwik Unlocks Your Potential in Uncertain Times, with “Limitless”

Under stay-at-home requirements, many of us have been trying out new skills or hobbies (baking sourdough, anyone?). And The Guardian reports...

Movement

Resilience Is the New Strong

Now is the time for health and resiliency. With the advent of COVID-19, it’s time you occupy an unbreakable body. But...

Nourishment

Low-Carb, No-Carb Or Pro-Carb: What The Science Says

Diets very low in carbohydrates are in vogue, so what do you need to know about their effects, when not all...

Movement

Get That Backyard Bod

If the beach isn’t in your plans just yet, why not go for a backyard bod? Try on some strength, cardio...

Mindset

From Right Hook to Group Flow: Meet Mike Rowe, Virtual Group Trainer

Just a few months ago, you might have been doing your best to keep up in a GX24 class with 24...

Regeneration

Research Roundup: New Findings From The Forefront Of Health Science

Discover if the time you exercise affects weight loss, what you can do to offset dementia risk, and how CO2 might...

Nourishment

Six Reasons To Get More Fiber In Your Diet

Fiber might conjure up images of brown, dry cereals and dense, hard-to-chew breads, but that’s not fair to this essential dietary...

Movement

Tips to Make #WFH Workouts Better

How’s that fitness routine going? Even if you’ve got it on lock, things can change—and you have a new daily Zoom...

Mindset

It Takes a Village to Reach a Goal

“It takes a village” is an African proverb derived from the idea that children grow up healthier and happier when they’ve...

Lifestyle

Celebrity Stylist Leesa Evans’ Tips to Look Great and Feel Confident

What if you could be as elegant and stylish as the stars who walk the red carpet, when you’re joining the...

Mindset

The End of Mental Illness Begins With Treating Brain Health

Ed. note: May is Mental Health Month. The COVID-19 epidemic—already a source of stress and anxiety for many of us—may be...

Lifestyle

Real Money Talk With Elena Brower

Ed. note: As circumstances require many of us to revisit our finances and even rethink how we earn a living, some...

Movement

How to Become More Coordinated

As we age, we tend to become less coordinated with a weaker mind-muscle connection. To counteract this, keep moving and challenging...

Nourishment

Raw Versus Cooked: What You Need To Know

The raw food movement is more popular than ever, but there are a few things to consider before you step away...

Movement

Yes, You Can Do Cardio

If you’re still trying to figure out when to squeeze a run into your WFH schedule, or trying to social-distance on...

Mindset

Two Kinds of Distancing to Feel Less Anxious

The disruption of daily life by the coronavirus pandemic has forced most of us to adapt and maybe even to acknowledge...

Regeneration

6 Ways to Hack Your Immune System

Scott Carney knows all about immune system hacks. The anthropologist and investigative journalist set out in 2011 to prove that Wim...

Lifestyle

NEWS FLASH: Moving to Keep the Peace, a Clue to Anorexia Nervosa and the Music of Coronavirus

Every week, we’re bringing you a roundup of the latest health and wellness news to hit the wire. This week, we...

Nourishment

Beyond Frozen Veggie Burgers—How to Cook Plant-Based Proteins

Plant-based proteins may boost wellness, according to recent research. “Many studies speak to their health benefits, which include reducing the risks...

Movement

Four Work-Ins for #WFH

Whether you’re in stay-at-home mode or your normal routine is otherwise disrupted, you may find you are moving even less than...

Mindset

For Some, Self-tracking Means More Than Self-help

People who identify with the “Quantified Self movement” are, as expressed in the movement’s motto, seeking “self-knowledge through self-tracking.” They want...

Regeneration

Why Your Phone Is Ruining Your Skin—and How You Can Stop It

Move over, UV rays. There’s another threat to your skin, and it’s even harder to avoid than the sun—we’re talking blue...

Regeneration

How to Take a “Tech Shabbat” With Tiffany Shlain

In an effort to be more present in her own life, filmmaker Tiffany Shlain started a weekly “Tech Shabbat,” a full...

Lifestyle

NEWS FLASH: Health Perks of Hot Coffee, How Your Brain Understands Songs and Using Stress for Good

Each week, we bring you a round-up of health and wellness news. This week, we look at the health benefits of...

Nourishment

The Latest Healthy (and Delicious) Hacks From Celeb Nutritionist Joy Bauer

Ed. note: When eating out is no longer an option and take-out and delivery are a matter of personal preference in...

Movement

Recent Discoveries in Exercise Science—How Exercise Affects Aging 

Exercise is good for us, we know that. From managing a healthy body weight to reducing the risk of heart disease...

Regeneration

How Your Family History Repeats Itself

We’re all familiar with the old adage “history repeats itself.” And it’s true, broad patterns of war, genocide, social injustices, poverty,...

Nourishment

Why Matcha Is Our Cup of Tea

Bright green and velvety, matcha—or finely ground whole green-tea leaves—appeals with its vibrant hue and grassy-bitter-floral flavor. Even more compelling: “[The...