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Atlanta Health & Nutrition
Do you know what paleo is? Could your thyroid be making you gain weight or be excessively tired? Is heart health really that big of a deal? Should you consider going vegan? There are so many health and nutrition questions and updates that cross our news feeds each day and we research a few of this topics right here to hopefully keep us all healthier and happier! That said, there is tons of controversy over health issues and many opinions. Consider all health-related articles to simply be a forum to get the discussion going and talk to your doctor. She, or he, is the expert!
With a handful of indoor cycling studios in town, it’s easy to take off the extra weight that came with the holiday season’s soirées. Tone up with a spin class sure to help you feel and look your best! Image: Katie McGregor Martinez
StyleBlueprint staffers share their secrets for beating hangovers. Before (and after) you partake in New Year’s Eve celebrations, be sure to keep these in mind!
Clear your mind, prepare your body and relax before the stressful holiday season by taking a few lessons from a recent Atlanta fall detox retreat.
Buckhead’s brand new lifestyle studio, Atmasphere, was designed with you in mind. Center yourself and learn how body and mind work together in the pursuit of wellness. Image: Evan Jones
Fashion designer Tracy Nicole is today’s FACE of Atlanta! Get to know this modern Renaissance woman, whose fight for creative expression paled in comparison to her fight to survive breast cancer.
Nature’s Garden Express delivers organic produce to homes and sells it at their Krog Street Market stall. Learn more about how their wholesome ingredients get turned into the tastiest juices in Atlanta!
Help a friend put a silver lining on the cloud hanging over her head by ordering Atlanta deliveries that will turn her frown upside down.
February reminds us about the wants and needs of the heart, both figuratively and literally. Celebrate the Go Red for Women movement, and help reverse the stats of women and heart disease.
Try one of these top Atlanta fitness instructors’ fat-burning workouts, and that killer body will soon be yours.
OLLI at Emory is a place for lifelong learners to keep challenging their minds and bettering their world. Here’s a look at how this wonderful program works.
Check out some of the tastiest Atlanta juice bars and enjoy your fruits and veggies in a new and very juicy way.
Feeling not quite right? Did you know that Thyroid problems affect up to 12 percent of the American population? And, it affects far more women than men. Find out the symptoms today.
After years of avoiding beer because of gluten issues, I was intrigued when a friend told me Corona was essentially gluten-free. Here’s what I found out …
Here’s how to survive the unpleasant sneezin’ season. Welcome to allergy season in the South.
There is an overwhelming amount of information available on concussions today. We wanted to break that down to the minimum of what you need to know, now.
Sadly, more and more evidence is showing that there is a downside to diet soda and artificial sweeteners. Know what you are drinking so you can make an informed choice.
You know that fish oil and coconut oil are good for you, right? But did you know butter is good for you? Yep, it’s a healthy fat.
It seems like food allergies are on the rise. Are they? And if so, what do we need to know? Today, hear what allergist Dr. John Overholt has to say about this important topic. (Image via www.therootofhealth.com)
Today, tips to spring clean your kitchen and simplify for good health.
One of the people in this photo “should” have died almost 25 years ago. I bet it’s not who you think.
Today, as Breast Cancer Awareness Month draws to a close, we offer some thoughtful suggestions from brave survivors about how to support friends and loved ones dealing with this, or any serious illness.
Not ready to be sentenced to a life of support hose, I recently underwent treatment for spider veins. Here’s what I experienced.
Cancer treatment strips women of so many feminine things: hair, eyelashes, eyebrows, maybe breasts, maybe ovaries. Today, a survivor answers the questions about what it’s like to experience this.