We Asked Real Dietitians If Beyoncé's 22 Days Diet Plan Would Actually Work
The body-positive pop star's new nutrition plan is too time-consuming and too little food for the average non-celebrity star to follow.
A Legal War Is Raging Over “Natural” Boner Pills
The Texas company behind "TriSteel" is suing hundreds of small shopkeepers over "natural" sexual enhancement pills.
School District that Threatened Parents over Kids’ Lunch Debt: "It Did Work"
School officials told parents with lunch debt that their kids could ultimately be placed in foster care if they didn't pay up.
Scientists Say Chemical Found in Spinach Is Basically a Steroid, Should Be Banned for Athletes
Tired: blaming boner pills for your doping allegations. Wired: blaming a salad!
In Memoriam: The Trashy Mall Food Court Smoothie of the 90s
Pour one out for the glory days of Mango Me Crazy and Peach on the Beach.
14 Wellness Influencers Making the Industry More Inclusive
These athletes, coaches, and yogis are a middle finger to the oppressively homogenous wellness world.
The Most Overhyped Wellness Promises, Debunked
Here's some healthy skepticism about Keto, colonics, charcoal, and more.
Carbs Are Not the Enemy
Many of us probably know people who've lost weight by cutting carbs, but it’s not a sustainable diet, or a particularly healthy one.
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There’s No Such Thing as a Superfood
Experts are increasingly calling out “superfoods” like kale, almonds, and blueberries for what they really are—something between wishful thinking and really effective marketing.
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Celery Juice Is a Waste of Perfectly Good Produce
You could pulverize some celery because people on Instagram are doing it to "detox," or you could just eat the real stuff.
Healthy People Don't Need to Avoid Nightshade Vegetables
Tomatoes, eggplants, and peppers do not cause inflammation.
What Happens to Your Body if You Start Eating Bugs
They could up your gains, for one.