6 Diet Mistakes That Tip the Scales Against Success
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6 Diet Mistakes That Tip the Scales Against Success

Just when you think you’re doing everything right when it comes to eating and exercising, you still…

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This Summer, Drink More Whiskey: 6 Perfect Cocktails
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This Summer, Drink More Whiskey: 6 Perfect Cocktails

Sometimes people think it’s in the fall and winter months that we should be drinking…

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Why You Should Swap White Meat for Red
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Why You Should Swap White Meat for Red

We constantly hear we should eat less meat. That’s often sound advice, but new research published in The…

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7 Healthy foods You Should Be Eating for Breakfast
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7 Healthy foods You Should Be Eating for Breakfast

According to Today’s Dietitian, folks who eat breakfast are better off than those who skip…

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4 Seriously Underrated Ab Exercises
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4 Seriously Underrated Ab Exercises

Knocking out sit-ups like it’s your job isn’t necessarily a bad thing — anything for…

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Beyond Tom: The Case for the Summer Collins
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Beyond Tom: The Case for the Summer Collins

The Tom Collins has been my go-to summer drink since I was seven. Back then,…

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Yoga Poses to Do When Your Back Is in Knots
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Yoga Poses to Do When Your Back Is in Knots

Nothing is as frustrating as being told you can’t exercise on account of an injury,…

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6 Reasons You’re Still Injured
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6 Reasons You’re Still Injured

Any injury that takes you out of your game, whether that’s league soccer or a…

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7 Really Out-There Wines Not Made from Grapes
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7 Really Out-There Wines Not Made from Grapes

Jalapeno Wine This wine is all peppers and pairs well with brie cheese on a…

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Partner Exercises that Will Get You Both Ripped
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Partner Exercises that Will Get You Both Ripped

Hitting the gym with a buddy sure beats breaking a sweat alone, but there’s a…

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