A variety of nuts deliver ample benefits in the way of healthy fats and nutrients—but they're not all created equal.
Piece together a suitable meal plan that works for your needs.
High-priced gyms don't have the market cornered on strength-building. Some simple, at-home exercises can do the trick nicely.
Specific proteins released by a damaged heart may help doctors quickly identify patients at high risk of heart attack and stroke.
Whole foods can fix that.
On the mend after injury or surgery? The right foods—and sometimes a few supplements—can hasten your recovery.
The speed of your strength-training workout is a strong indicator of your overall health—and could hint at your possible lifespan.
Want to trim down on saturated fat, but still gain protein and nutrients? Develop an eye for leaner cuts and grass-fed varieties.
Electrolyte abnormalities, dehydration and inflammation are all potential side effects of low-carb diets—and they all create conditions that can lead to heart malfunctions.
Working out doesn't go as far as you might think. Be ever mindful of quantity and quality.
Want to pack in the protein and trim the fat? Swap that red meat with some ground turkey.
In the kitchen, method matters. Even the healthiest foods can lose their nutritional appeal when poorly prepared.
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