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January 23, 2019

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These 8 Ingredients Are Totally Worth the Splurge—and Here's Why

These 8 Ingredients Are Totally Worth the Splurge—and Here's Why

BY JOY MANNING

Although we've all gotta do it, grocery shopping isn’t the most exciting way to spend your hard-earned dough. So when you try to fill your cart with those good-for-you ingredients along the store’s perimeter, it’s tempting to take pretty much any deal you can get.

But don't go crazy on those 75-cent avocados yet. Some ingredients that cause sticker shock will save you money in the long run, and other splurges will make your homemade food a million times tastier than takeout. We asked a group of culinary experts which big-ticket ingredients are worth the hefty price tag. Learn why you go ahead and treat yo'self to them too.

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January 09, 2019

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Face Yoga Is Super Weird, but It Actually Works

Face Yoga Is Super Weird, but It Actually Works

by LISA L. KIRCHNER

I want to start by saying I’m not "anti" aging. I want to live a long life, and that means I’m going to get old. The changes that go along with that are not signs of failure. And yet, some of the more overt signs of aging—sagging skin, brittle hair, and a hopeless relationship with technology—aren’t qualities I’m exactly eager to embrace. In my pro-aging zeal, I exercise regularly, color my locks, and at least try new tech all the time. So when "Yoga for Your Face" popped up on my Facebook ad feed, despite the "anti-aging" marketing, I clicked immediately.

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December 26, 2018

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Starbucks Nutrition Facts: Menu Choices & Calories

Do you know the lowest calorie Starbucks drinks to order when you need a coffee fix? If you are trying to lose weight, you probably should. Some Starbucks beverages (like the White Chocolate Mocha) contain over 600 calories. Why ruin your diet with a cup of java? Use this guide to make healthy choices at Starbucks and keep your diet on track.

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December 12, 2018

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The 9 Essential Self-Care Practices We All Need to Make Time For

Self-care has come to mean all sorts of things, from spa days to retreats to clean eating, and that can leave many of us feeling like it's beyond our reach. If we strip it back to basics, however, we can all make time for self-care with a few actionable and achievable goals to get us on the right track when we're struggling. The essentials of self-care include washing, dressing, and feeding ourselves, and getting enough rest. There are various reasons why these tasks can be challenging to complete at just a functional level, for financial, psychological, or physical reasons.

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November 28, 2018

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Low-Carb Fruits With the Most and Least Sugar

If you follow a low-carb diet or are living with diabetes, you may have a complicated relationship with fruit. You may have heard you don't need to worry about how much sugar is in fruit because it is considered natural sugar. But that will depend whether you are following a diet that counts carbs or one that relies on the glycemic index or glycemic load. Knowing which fruits are naturally lower in sugar can help you make better choices to fit your diet.

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November 14, 2018

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10 Foods for Healthy, Beautiful Skin

Like they say, "You are what you eat." Cliché, yes. True, indeed. Since the skin is our largest organ, it's no surprise that it is the first part of your body to show nutrient deficiencies.

Want to know where to start? We've rounded up a list of some foods that will keep your skin radiant. Remember, though, that instead of eating specific foods for healthy skin, it’s important to consume a diet that's healthy overall.

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October 31, 2018

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Does Vinegar Burn and Reduce Body Fat?

Vinegar has been used medicinally for thousands of years. The active ingredient was considered so potent that Hippocrates (c. 420 BC) used vinegar to heal wounds. Military strategist, Hannibal of Carthage (c. 200 BC) dissolved boulders, and Cleopatra (c. 50 BC) liquefied pearls to create a love potion with vinegar. Vinegar appears to be a cure-all for almost everything from illness to enhancing emotional feelings.

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