It’s that time of year again, when the pressure mounts to stockpile gifts, plan holiday meals and treats, and attend office and friends’ parties. If just reading that sentence makes you anxious, you’re not alone: this is the most stressful time of year, according to psychologists. Add a plane or long car ride to the mix, and life can feel overwhelming and like it’s impossible to stick to the healthy habits that you have put in place throughout the year. But with a little planning and a few good strategies, you don’t have to throw all of your wellness goals in the fire.
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The Buzz: Self-Care
What’s the buzz? Self-care is the latest wellness trend that may improve both mental and physical health. What does the science say?
The Buzz: Nootropics
“Nootropics” — the latest in pills, powders, and potions — claim to increase mental focus
The Buzz: Red Meat vs. White Meat
White meat has the same effect on cholesterol as red meat, according to the latest headlines
The Buzz: Oat Milk
Move over nut milks, there’s a new non-dairy “milk” sweeping store shelves, coffee shops, and smoothie bars.
The Buzz: Celery Juice
Celery-juice aficionados swear that a morning glass will soothe, slenderize, and make your skin radiant.
The Buzz: Moringa
Moringa is the latest must-have green powder for health food–obsessed folks.
The Buzz: Eggs
Eggs: one minute they’re in, the next minute they’re out. Here’s the takeaway from the recent news.
The Buzz: Personalized Nutrition
One-size-fits-all diets are so 2015; personalized nutrition is in.
The Buzz: The Carnivore Diet
The carnivore diet (aka “no carb” to the extreme) is the latest magnet for those that love meat and fear carbs.