Monthly Archives: July 2020

If you’ve started exercising with the help of online instruction, you’ve probably become hooked on getting your workouts in anywhere and anytime it’s convenient for you. And you’ve come to love exploring different classes taught by different trainers. Still, there’s an art to getting the most out of your virtual fitness experience. Here are some […]

Miso soup is a menu staple in almost every Japanese and Asian fusion restaurant in the country. But chefs outside of Japan have discovered that this fermented soybean paste can lend deep flavor notes to many other recipes, making miso one of the latest food trends. In addition to its many advantages in cooking, miso […]

When it comes to selfies, sure, you want to put your best face forward. To help to do just that, a bevy of editing apps—like Facetune and Perfect365, and the editing capacity of Snapchat—provide easy Photoshop tricks to help you smooth your skin, brighten your eyes, whiten your teeth and more. But if you’re starting […]

No matter how much you pamper your skin from the outside, a lovely complexion will remain elusive until you feed your appearance from within. “Your skin is a reflection of what’s happening inside your body and your diet is an integral part of that,” says integrative nutritionist Mary Purdy, MS, RDN. “Changing your diet can […]

You might have known that yoga can help you improve your strength and flexibility. But did you know this ancient practice can also improve your balance? Yoga poses are to be held for several breaths, requiring an individual’s body to be still and focused. By holding certain positions for an extended period of time, you […]

For some time now, dietitians have recommended powering up your potato by opting for the sweet version over the white to add nutrition to your side dish. But the options don’t end there. Beets, rutabagas, turnips, yams, sunchokes (once known as Jerusalem artichokes), parsnips…if it sounds like a lineup from your grandmother’s World War II […]

Beef, chicken, pork…we love to load up on all that stuff. In fact, the average American eats more than 200 pounds of meat per year, more than three times the global average, according to Brian Kateman of the Reducetarian Foundation https://www.reducetarian.org/ and editor of The Reducetarian Solution: How the Surprisingly Simple Act of Reducing the […]

After spending time texting or using your computer or tablet, does your vision get blurry? That’s a sign that you may have been working your eyes a little too much. Digital eyestrain (aka computer vision syndrome) can cause headaches, blurred vision, dry eyes, and neck and shoulder pain. The good news is that you can […]

Exercise, including weight training, is crucial for managing your body weight and maintaining overall well-being. As time goes on, however, you may have to adapt your fitness routine to help protect your joints. That’s what Ellen Albertson, PhD, a psychologist and wellness coach in Burlington, Vermont, had to do. Active her entire life, Albertson became […]

Ingredients Makes 8 large cookies 3 tbsp vanilla KLN 6 tbsp water 1 egg 1 C slivered almonds ½ tsp cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, ginger (optional) INSTRUCTIONS Heat oven to 325F. Whisk together egg & water until fully combined. Whisk in KetoLiving Vanilla. Stir in slivered almonds. Spoon mixture onto parchment-lined baking sheet. Bake for 25 […]