Look for high-grade liquid chlorophyll at your local health food store. Photo by Little Wolf Collective By Dana James Chlorophyll…chlorella…wheatgrass…barley grass… It’s getting confusing. If I believed everything I read about these “green” products, I’d be throwing back chlorophyll and wheatgrass shots, making barley grass concoctions and swallowing chlorella tablets every few hours. Pick one, and you’ll benefit from the ascribed detoxifying and blood alkalizing properties of all four! My personal preference: liquid chlorophyll.
Small changes in your lunge form can turn this leg exercise into a butt-building move. “Simply changing the angle of your torso can help you activate different areas of your lower body,” said Nick Tumminello, owner of Performance University International and author of Strength Training for Fat Loss. Trouble is, most people are already plenty strong there, Tumminello told Yahoo Health. An alternative: “For an all-around lower body exercise, I recommend hinging at the hips to angle the torso forward about 45 degrees,” Tumminello said.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court justices have their first chance this week to decide whether they have the appetite for another major fight over President Barack Obama’s health care law. Some of the same players who mounted the first failed effort to …
A new study has found that, contrary to popular belief, drinking large amounts of milk each day does not lower a person’s risk of bone fractures and instead may be associated with a higher rate of death.
Here are 10 great foods—from hummus to chocolate bars—to keep around for a healthy lifestyle. A Light Salad Dressing I use Litehouse OPA dressing—it’s made with Greek yogurt for a lighter take on blue cheese and ranch flavors. Dairy-Free Chocolate Bars For a healthier sweet, try Enjoy Life dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free chocolate bars. Enjoy alone, or try the crunchy chocolate bar crumbled on top of Greek yogurt for dessert! Related: Fall’s Most Wearable Fashion Trends Hemp Hearts Hemp hearts are super seeds that have 10 grams of protein and 10 grams of omegas per serving—even more than chia seeds or flaxseeds.