If you’re going to build muscle, you need protein, and if you’re looking for simple, natural protein, you can’t do much better than grass-fed beef. Compared to conventional grain-fed, grass-fed beef has less fat overall, and the fat it does have is generally healthier—and better-tasting. Plus, a grass-fed cow just has better life than a cow that lives on a feedlot, and that’s something everyone can feel good about. These are our picks for the best snack-size beef sticks you can find.
Learn how to regulate these three energetic qualities with food, movement, meditation, and more.
Whether you’re a devoted yogi practicing a new pose or an outdoor enthusiast tackling a tough challenge, overusing your muscles can make them sore or inflamed. You can remedy the ache with muscle creams made out of hemp oil – a naturally inflammatory substance made from Cannabis sativa that does not contain significant amounts of THC (the psychoactive compound in marijuana).
Turmeric has been used for thousands of years as a medicinal herb, and health and wellness industries have caught on. The plant’s healing properties stem from a compound called curcumin, a strong antioxidant and has noteworthy anti-inflammatory effects. While the compound isn’t a replacement for medical treatment, cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease, and heart disease are all affected by inflammation, so reinforcing your body with turmeric may be a useful defense against chronic illness and aging.
Here, 8 Must-Haves to Get You Ready For Some Summer Fun.
Former caretaker and yogi at Doc Antle’s T.I.G.E.R.S. sanctuary Barbara Fisher discusses life before and after the wildly successful Netflix documentary
Nearly everyone has at least some cellulite, and while there’s nothing wrong with flaunting it, it’s also natural to want to minimize its appearance. If you’re dealing with these pesky lumps and dimples, find solice in these five cellulite creams that firm and tone affected areas.
This Brazilian-Jiu-Jitsu-inspired sequence from Yoga Journal's Live Be Yoga Tour Ambassador Cameron Allen will help you find calm during these unpredictable times.
“The Healthlete” blogger, yoga teacher, and brand strategist talks about performative and optical allyship on social media and how to effectively create change in real life.
When we push too hard, we're prone to stress, anxiety, and exhaustion. But when we fail to apply ourselves, we may never realize our potential. In his new book, The Practice is the Path, yoga teacher Tias Little describes how to find middle ground. Plus, a pranayama practice to embody balance.
Yoga brought Kala MacDonald strength when she lost her brothers, and now her organization and podcast—Yoga to Cope—provide practical tools for tackling tough times.
This quick and fun practice is a great introduction to the physical and mental benefits of meditation. Plus, tips for how to help your kids build a meditation routine.
The three-time Olympic gold medalist's dreams for the 2020 games were derailed by injury, illness, and the global pandemic. Today, she's taking it all in stride, thanks to her yoga practice.
When your arches are hurting and your legs are sore, you want immediate relief. Instead of soaking your aching pups in a hot bath consider copper-infused compression socks. Known for removing foot odors while improving circulation, these versatile socks apply pressure to the feet and calves, thereby increasing blood flow and preventing swelling in the lower legs. From classic ankle socks to knee-highs, copper compression socks are available in a wide assortment of styles and designs. These are our picks for the best copper compression socks.
Plantar fasciitis—the pain caused by inflammation of the soft tissue connecting your heel and toe bones—is one of the most common causes of heel pain. Often experienced by runners who pound out miles on the trail or sidewalk, the condition is also a symptom in people carrying excess weight, as well as those with inadequate shoe support. High arch insoles, which vary in style, material, and shape, can help provide better support. If you are suffering from stabbing pain in your heel or other areas of the soles of your feet—in addition to consulting a medical professional for the best advice on the full range of orthotic treatments and remedies—look to these shoe insoles and supports to alleviate some of the pain.