Sometimes, your stomach just can’t make that stretch between breakfast and lunch or lunch and dinner. When that’s the case, it’s good to be prepared with snacks. But not just any snacks! We’ve rounded up 12 of our favorite healthy snack ideas to stave off hunger until your next meal.
You know the feeling: Staring at your computer screen, flipping back and forth between Facebook, email, and that thing you’re supposed to be working on… but not getting much work done at all. When you need help staying focused and sharp, and coffee isn’t cutting it (hello, afternoon crash and burn), certain foods, herbs, and supplements may help.
Noom and WW (formerly Weight Watchers) are two trendy diets that have established their place as strongholds in the wellness and weightloss industries. These two diets are both scientifically proven to help people lose weight, though they use different approaches and focus on different aspects of healthy living.
Burnout is a real mental health issue. And yet many people still find it difficult to prioritize taking care of themselves by scheduling a mental health day. Here’s why you need one and how to take one.
In this quick guide we cover what both diets are, what makes them similar and different, and which foods you can and can’t eat on each eating plan. So, whether you’re in the decision process of starting a new diet or want to learn more about these styles of eating, it’s critical to cut through the hype and dive into the truth about which diets you’re considering. Here are the basics.
Similarities, differences, and which is better for your goals.
The keto diet and a low-carb diet revolve around the same basic idea: Reduce carbohydrate intake to lose weight and improve health. Both diets are popular, both have been scientifically studied, and they share many pros and cons.
Work-related stress and anxiety are at an all-time high. In fact, it’s gotten so bad that the World Health Organization (WHO) deemed burnout an official medical diagnosis. We often blame burnout on external factors, such as workload, relationships, and stressors as simple as rush hour traffic.