How Paleo Expert Mark Sisson Uses Ketogenic Eating For Longevity

January 15, 2020 at 08:00AM Mark Sisson—you know him as the founding leader of the paleo movement, a guest on mbg’s own podcast, and the bestselling author of books including The Keto Reset Diet—is back with his latest, long-awaited book release: a ketogenic eating and lifestyle plan focused on longevity.

The Paleo diet may have been eclipsed by other eating plans, but it’s still a major player in the wellness world

August 22, 2019 at 02:00AM by CWC A few years back, the Paleo diet was the coolest thing since sliced bread. (Literally: You can’t eat grains, dairy products, or legumes on it.) But as far as Google Trends is concerned, the eating plan—which advocates consuming what humans supposedly ate way

The 1 thing everyone can do to be healthier *and* more sustainable, according to a celebrity chef

March 13, 2020 at 08:00PM by CWC [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqKoZgAGjMQ] Ever wondered what celeb chef Katie Lee loves to eat first thing in the a.m.? Get all of her wellness tips here.  Let’s be honest: Healthy eating can feel way complicated sometimes. There are so many different eating plans out there

Ever wonder what to eat before barre? A Pure Barre instructor shares her food diary

March 02, 2020 at 02:00PM by CWC There are some fitness classes that leave you drenched in sweat and feeling totally depleted—and ravenous. Spinning, bootcamp, or a long run all require careful attention to pre- and post- workout fuel. Barre, however, is a little different. Is it hard? Hell yeah. The

The cheese puff snacks of your childhood are finally getting the healthy upgrade they deserve

February 29, 2020 at 01:00AM by CWC I have yet to meet a person who doesn’t love cheese puffs. There’s something irresistible about the snack, despite it just being puffed corn covered in a processed cheese powder. The satisfaction of the crunch, the yellow residue the powder leaves on your

For some parents, raising the next generation of healthy eaters is about more than eating vegetables—it’s about ending diet culture

February 26, 2020 at 01:00AM by CWC Keto, intermittent fasting, ketotarian: It’s hard to escape talk about dieting in America these days. Diet culture—a system of beliefs that glorifies thinness and weight loss, and equates those things with health, beauty, and virtue—is so pervasive that it’s even reached our children

Alt-rice is the new alt-pasta, and it’ll be in every healthy eater’s pantry in 2020

February 25, 2020 at 07:00PM by CWC It’s 2020, where it seems possible to make a healthy or vegan alternative to just about any kind of food. We’re milking oats and almonds instead of cows, using tech to make “bleeding” plant-based burgers, and using everything from lentils to zucchini to

This high-fiber oatmeal alternative will keep your blood sugar levels stable all morning long

February 13, 2020 at 01:00AM by CWC [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OZtgAA4XMY] Chestnuts aren’t just for the holidays. Here’s how to cook them to make a savory, hearty breakfast. Unless they’re getting name-dropped in Christmas songs, chestnuts don’t get much attention. Almonds, peanuts, and cashews are so popular that they’re downright basic, but

The $50, dietitian-approved grocery list that opens the door for so. many. healthy meals

February 07, 2020 at 07:00PM by CWC Walking into the grocery store without a plan of attack (also known as a “shopping list”) is a calculated risk. With so many shiny-new products hitting the shelves every single week, breaking the bank at Trader Joe’s or your supermarket of choice has

Being cool with your food choices is hard enough—here’s what to do when other someone makes you feel otherwise

February 06, 2020 at 01:00AM by CWC Establishing a healthy mindset with food isn’t always easy—especially if you’re recovering from diet trauma. After spending years trapped in a culture emphasizing that certain foods are “bad” (and you are too if you eat them), it can be difficult to extract yourself

Fitness trackers might be smart enough to predict colds and flus, but they’re no replacement for a doctor

January 30, 2020 at 03:00PM by CWC This being 2020, many people have graduated from using wearables for simple step counting to getting more in-depth info about their overall well-being. Want to know how much time you spent in REM sleep last night? Track your menstruation cycle? Clock your heart