This egg fried rice lettuce wrap recipe might cancel your weekly takeout plans for good

December 02, 2019 at 03:00PM by CWC Fried rice is a comfort-food essential—it’s warm, it’s filling, and you have leftovers to feast on for days (not to mention, it smells heavenly while cooking). But rather than opting for takeout, try creating your own elevated version at home—like this egg fried rice lettuce wrap recipe. By … Continue reading This egg fried rice lettuce wrap recipe might cancel your weekly takeout plans for good

When the ‘female athlete triad’ is overlooked, women pay the price

November 09, 2019 at 12:15AM by CWC Despite the fact that women are conquering world championships and demanding the salaries they deserve, they’re still so often maltreated by the coaches and medical professionals whose job is to care for them. Elite runner Mary Cain—who became the youngest American track and field athlete to represent the U.S. … Continue reading When the ‘female athlete triad’ is overlooked, women pay the price

The Ordinary is having skin-care sale that’s so affordable the product prices look like typos

November 04, 2019 at 08:30PM by CWC If you add up the cost of all the products in your skin-care #shelfie, you’d probably faint. That’s why when Deciem released it’s now cult-fave line The Ordinary—which offers products formulated with high-quality, luxury ingredients at a fraction of the price—everyone went wild. And now you can get … Continue reading The Ordinary is having skin-care sale that’s so affordable the product prices look like typos

Your triceps are the largest muscle in your arm—here’s how to stretch ’em

October 26, 2019 at 06:00PM by CWC I learned a surprising piece of trivia during a workout the other day: Your triceps are the largest muscle in your arm. The many people who I relayed the message to were shocked—most people think that biceps are the headliners, but nope. Considering that my triceps are still … Continue reading Your triceps are the largest muscle in your arm—here’s how to stretch ’em

This genius convertible tote is basically three bags for the price of one

September 08, 2019 at 12:00AM by CWC I recently learned that I am a person who is perhaps prone to mistaking “instamacy” for intimacy. The key difference is that one is an instant, intense connection while the other is a connection that continues to develop over time. I’ve done this both in relationship-type situations, as … Continue reading This genius convertible tote is basically three bags for the price of one

8 top trainers name their favorite triceps exercises—and there’s not a dip in sight

August 23, 2019 at 05:24PM by CWC Can we get a show of hands from those who despise triceps exercises? Oh, cool, everyone? Out of all the different ways you can work out your arms, there’s really no burn like a triceps burn. But there’s no need to continue doing dips day after day to … Continue reading 8 top trainers name their favorite triceps exercises—and there’s not a dip in sight

Never overspend at the supermarket again with 5 priceless budgeting tips from dietitians

June 24, 2019 at 12:44PM by CWC Post-grocery shopping regret is a feeling I know well. More often than not, the sliding doors open, I cross the threshold into Trader Joe’s, immediately black out, and—before I know it—I’m through checkout having spent $80 on a food budget of $50 per week. What candy stores are … Continue reading Never overspend at the supermarket again with 5 priceless budgeting tips from dietitians

I spent a week in Bali, and this anti-inflammatory turmeric rice was the best thing I ate

March 28, 2019 at 07:03AM by CWC It’s pretty common that if you ask about someone’s favorite food—something they’d be happy to eat every day forever—you’ll get a pretty basic answer. It’s likely a simple staple or nostalgic comfort food more likely to appear on a children’s menu than on an upscale omakase. (For proof, … Continue reading I spent a week in Bali, and this anti-inflammatory turmeric rice was the best thing I ate

Watch your back cauli-rice, Banza just launched chickpea rice

February 19, 2019 at 08:14AM by CWC Ah, rice. The trusty sidekick to beans. The base that holds stir-fries together. An essential ingredient in your sushi. Cheap and satiating, what’s not to love about it? Oh yeah, the carbs. Sure, rice is healthy in moderation, but veggie rice is lower in carbs and calories, which … Continue reading Watch your back cauli-rice, Banza just launched chickpea rice

The takeout order having a moment right not: cauliflower rice (We called it)

December 12, 2018 at 10:53AM Last week, meal delivery service Grubhub released its annual data report giving the inside scoop on what exactly people are ordering—and surprisingly it’s not primarily pizza and burgers. Takeout food is getting healthier and there’s one veggie in particular people are ordering en masse: cauliflower. According to Grubhub—which analyzed millions of … Continue reading The takeout order having a moment right not: cauliflower rice (We called it)

These 5-ingredient vegan rice krispie treats are about to become a year-round staple

November 28, 2018 at 09:02AM Growing up, my mom made Rice Krispie treats on the regular. That melt-in-your-mouth, ooey-gooey combo of cereal and marshmallows was basically a kid’s dream come true—not to mention the perfect option to jazz up with food coloring and festive sprinkles for literally any holiday, ever. Unfortunately, it’s been a while … Continue reading These 5-ingredient vegan rice krispie treats are about to become a year-round staple

Medicine prices are sky high—but is it always a good idea to go generic?

November 26, 2018 at 12:32PM Let’s face it: Medicine has never been more expensive in the U.S. than it is right now. The AIDS medication Daraprim jumped from roughly $13 per pill to $750 per pill in 2015, and the life-saving EpiPen now costs $600 per two doses (and the manufacturer is being sued over it). The problem … Continue reading Medicine prices are sky high—but is it always a good idea to go generic?

Ever wondered about anise? Here are 5 health benefits of the licorice-like spice

November 24, 2018 at 04:00AM Even if you’ve never heard of anise, you’ve definitely come across it before. It’s commonly referred to as anise seed or aniseed—all of which refer to the same Mediterranean plant that has a strong taste usually likened to licorice or fennel. It’s an herb and spice that can be found most often … Continue reading Ever wondered about anise? Here are 5 health benefits of the licorice-like spice

If you need me, I’ll be at Costco getting *all* the pricey beauty products for way less

November 15, 2018 at 11:05AM Years ago, Costco was generally thought of as the place you went to buy cheeseballs in bulk, but oh boy has that changed. The store has slowly but surely turned itself into a place health nuts hit up on the regular—whether it’s for the long-lasting avocados, affordable succulents to add … Continue reading If you need me, I’ll be at Costco getting *all* the pricey beauty products for way less

The biggest mistake you’re making when trying to make super-fluffy rice

October 31, 2018 at 06:40AM Whenever I make rice, I’m constantly lifting the lid to peek inside the pot while it’s cooking away to make sure everything is going as planned—aka I have absolutely no patience when I’m hangry. Then, once the time is up, the rice tastes good…it’s just not anything near the fluffy perfection I … Continue reading The biggest mistake you’re making when trying to make super-fluffy rice