14 Fad Diets You Shouldn’t Try

Every day it seems a new diet is ready to make weight loss faster and easier than ever before. Or at least they say they are. “Most fad diets go something like this: Take a few foods, give them ‘magic’ power, and set a plan to convince people that eating this way and only this way will promote weight loss,” says Alexandra Caspero, RD, a nutritionist based in Sacramento, Calif. The following diets might spur short-term weight loss, but many are difficult to follow, have arbitrary rules, and a few could put your health in danger.

Read the article at Health.com

Will 1 Cookie Ruin Your Diet?
Shake your salt habit, get rid of gluten, just say “no” to sugar, and for the sake of everything good and pure, please step away from anything processed. The tune varies depending on the program you’re following, but nowadays nearly every hot-to-trot meal plan has one thing in common: elimination.
Read the article at Refinery29

Will 1 Cookie Ruin Your Diet?

Shake your salt habit, get rid of gluten, just say “no” to sugar, and for the sake of everything good and pure, please step away from anything processed. The tune varies depending on the program you’re following, but nowadays nearly every hot-to-trot meal plan has one thing in common: elimination.

Read the article at Refinery29

6 Lies She’s Been Telling You Since You Met
Just as you embellish your resumé to impress potential employers, you also fudge some personal details on a first date to boost your odds of scoring a second. Your girlfriend probably did this, too—and chances are, she’s kept a few ruses going ever since. Here are some of the fibs she still drops daily, and what she really means instead.
Read the article at MensHealth.com

6 Lies She’s Been Telling You Since You Met

Just as you embellish your resumé to impress potential employers, you also fudge some personal details on a first date to boost your odds of scoring a second. Your girlfriend probably did this, too—and chances are, she’s kept a few ruses going ever since. Here are some of the fibs she still drops daily, and what she really means instead.

Read the article at MensHealth.com

A Bright Outlook on Running in the Sun
A runner’s relationship with the sun is complicated. You love soaking up its warmth and energy, especially after a winter of too many frigid or treadmill-based miles. But you hate when it leaves its mark–age spots, unflattering tan lines, painful burns–and you dread the long-term damage that may result.
It’s a given that there are serious reasons to be wary, especially if you’re logging epic summer miles. But you might be surprised to learn that running in the sun also does your body good. Here’s how to balance the risks and rewards.
Read the article in the July/August 2014 issue of Runner’s World or online at RunnersWorld.com

A Bright Outlook on Running in the Sun

A runner’s relationship with the sun is complicated. You love soaking up its warmth and energy, especially after a winter of too many frigid or treadmill-based miles. But you hate when it leaves its mark–age spots, unflattering tan lines, painful burns–and you dread the long-term damage that may result.

It’s a given that there are serious reasons to be wary, especially if you’re logging epic summer miles. But you might be surprised to learn that running in the sun also does your body good. Here’s how to balance the risks and rewards.

Read the article in the July/August 2014 issue of Runner’s World or online at RunnersWorld.com

Michael Phelps and Venus Williams Got Naked in a Magazine…And the Photos Are Totally Inspiring
Want to see what hard work looks like? Just open ESPN The Magazine’s 2014 Body Issue.
For the sixth-annual issue, 22 world-class athletes—including Michael Phelps, Venus Williams, Hilary Knight, and Jamie Anderson—stripped down and bared it all for photographers. And the pictures are downright inspiring.
Read the article at WomensHealthMag.com

Michael Phelps and Venus Williams Got Naked in a Magazine…And the Photos Are Totally Inspiring

Want to see what hard work looks like? Just open ESPN The Magazine’s 2014 Body Issue.

For the sixth-annual issue, 22 world-class athletes—including Michael Phelps, Venus Williams, Hilary Knight, and Jamie Anderson—stripped down and bared it all for photographers. And the pictures are downright inspiring.

Read the article at WomensHealthMag.com

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