Many of us are familiar with the appearance and lumpy feeling of cellulite. Women, in particular, want to make cellulite less noticeable as they are often more conscious about the look and shape of their body. While it is more often seen in overweight . . .
Our core is comprised of a group of muscles that are essential for our body to function well in relation to mobility and balance. These muscles anchor many of our muscles and assist others with their functions. For this reason alone, it is important . . .
When you think of belly fat, you may think of how your lower abdomen looks in a swimsuit or think of the reason why your jeans are a bit tight. But belly fat is a lot more than that. Belly fat can actually be harmful to your health.
Visceral fat, which . . .
The health benefits of coffee are still being discovered. Every day there seems to be new breakthroughs announcing that coffee can actually prolong your life and reduce your chance of picking up various diseases. We examine a few of these claims that . . .
Sugar is present in almost every food that we eat. The problem is, the human body is not designed to consume high levels of sugar, and this can be detrimental to one’s health. Some of the issues may seem minor, but the dangers of sugar may be more . . .
We all know that our skin is the largest organ on our bodies and it helps protect everything that lies beneath it. While this aspect is vastly important, for most people, the appearance of the skin is what the focus tends to be for most people. Here . . .
What is veganism? Veganism is more than just a diet. For most vegans, it is a lifestyle choice. Veganism seeks to reject the harm and exploitation of animals as a source of food, clothing, or use in activities such as testing of beauty products. Vegans . . .
Cumin is a spice native to India and the Middle East, but is also used as an ingredient in many Asian and Mexican dishes. It can be used as seeds or in powder form. The common color for cumin is amber, but it can also come in black or white. Cumin . . .