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You don't have to let middle age wreak havoc on your well-being, but you do have to be more careful about avoiding a few common mistakes.
If you understand how hunger works — and why you sometimes feel ravenous for no apparent reason — you can take control of your cravings and keep your healthy eating habits on track.
Armed with a bit of basic info, you can start seeing progress quickly, which can make all the difference when it comes to staying motivated and sticking with your program.
Experts believe antidepressants may be less effective for people with mild depression, but these natural remedies may help you manage your symptoms.
If someone is struggling, here's how you can help.
Stop obsessing about your so-called "flaws," for starters.
Keep meal-prep burnout from getting in the way of your healthy eating plan.
If your cold symptoms are overstaying their welcome, or you feel like you're getting worse instead of better, here's what could be to blame.
Your kid probably won’t transform into a tiny Andrew Zimmern overnight, but you can at least add a few foods to his or her repertoire, which will make mealtime easier — and healthier — for everyone.
No, it won't make you smarter.
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You’ve probably also heard the theory that certain foods are so low in calories that you burn more energy chewing and digesting them than you consumed in the first place. Is it too good to be true?