D.C. personal trainer Jenny DeMarco demonstrates incline pushups, chair squats and more.
Supported by the right nutrition, a fitness routine can help keep your bones sturdy.
It doesn’t just taste good. Flavored milk has a better ratio of carbohydrates to protein for muscle recovery.
Many adolescents are sleep-deprived. Here’s how that affects them in sports, school, health.
Keep an eye out for macha and kelp, ‘white food’ that’s good for you, and more of those new, ancient grains.
Enjoy the seasonal offerings mindfully, stay active and hydrate – but don’t count calories.
Beets, turmeric, saffron and more all offer nutritional value that artificial options don’t.
Learn when to give your body (and the people around you) a break.
A diet of lean, vegetarian and natural foods paired with high-intensity training can actually slow you down.
It may say “organic,” “gluten-free,” “vegan,” or “protein-rich,” but that doesn’t mean it’s good for you.