Month: July 2017

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Whether it’s aches and pains, stiffness, headaches, indigestion, stomachaches, yeast imbalances, viruses, low energy, weight gain, or free-radical damage, it often goes back to two things: acidity and inflammation. To understand how acidity plays a role in producing bodily inflammation, you first have to understand pH, or the measure of a solution’s acidity or alkalinity
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Admittedly, Twitter right now feels like a trashcan conflagration. Sometimes it seems like the social network’s little blue bird is only bringing us trolls, fights, and all kinds of unpleasant -isms—making it feel like somewhere you just would rather not visit. But there still remain some shining lights among the dross, and Gabrielle Noone (@twelveoclocke)
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New-ish couple Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez just wrapped their European vacation together. But where the Paris PDA pics end, the words of affection start. J.Lo just did an interview with Extra, where in the span of two questions, the singer bestowed on A-Rod an impressive 13 compliments. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Extra’s reporter
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie shut down the government—and thus approved the closure of state beaches statewide—over the July 4 holiday weekend, so Twitter decided to show him that true patriotism doesn’t happen over a BBQ or under fireworks; we are one nation, united under memes. It all started when the New Jersey State Legislature
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Beyoncé at the 2017 Grammy Awards. Getty Advertisement – Continue Reading Below All eyes were on Beyoncé when she attended the Grammys–her first public appearance since announcing her pregnancy–back in February. She wore two custom outfits by Peter Dundas, and it was then that the veteran designer decided to announce he was launching an eponymous
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I was feeling proud of being so prepared, making five mason jar salads on Sunday, but as soon as I finished my last forkful of veggies at lunch on Monday, I was starving an hour later. Then I’d end up eating a huge snack that was as big as a second lunch. No wonder I
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Getty Dominique Charriau +WireImage Backstage at Christian Dior’s fall 2017 couture show today, lead makeup artist Peter Philips was tasked with making the models look how you might feel after a long-haul flight–”kind of weathered,” he explained, citing Amelia Earhart and women going into Inca temples as inspiration. In keeping with designer Maria Grazia Chiuri’s
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Beans may be known mostly for their unpleasant odiferous side effect when eaten, but beans are actually nutritious little gems. If you follow these tips, you can eat beans without the bloat, which means you can reap these weight-loss benefits. Here are three reasons to plate-up with beans. Hello, Fiber! While the fiber content of
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If “chafing” and “bouncing” are part of your day-to-day running vocabulary, it’s time to upgrade your sports bra. Sports bras are generally designed to last less than one year, and since running is a high-impact sport, investing in the right sports bra designed specifically for running can leave you feeling supported, dry, and chafe-free at
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As fans eagerly await Taylor Swift’s next album, theories about her future releases have started to appear online. One eagle-eyed fan is convinced that Swift has been dropping hints about new music for some time now. In fact, the receipts are pretty convincing. But, it’s important to stress that fan theories are pure speculation, and
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Alessandro Michele The architect behind so many of today’s best dressed guys—Tom Hiddleston, Harry Styles, and of course Jared Leto, just to name a few—Michele has almost singlehandedly brought back the idea that it’s OK for men to dress to get attention. But he’s doing it in a way that’s not so much about peacocking
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When Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade rolled up to men’s fashion week in Paris looking actually flawless, the Internet obviously freaked out. Who else could pull off bermuda shorts like that?! As half of one of the fittest celebrity couples, Gabrielle Union defies all aging odds—you’d never guess she was 44. Girl looks exactly the
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This 45-minute workout is one of our hardest, but Equinox Tabata instructor Raneir Pollard‘s infectious energy will inspire you to push past your limits. Tabata is a form of HIIT (high-intensity interval training) that alternates between 20 seconds of intense bursts of work and 10 seconds of rest in four-minute rounds. You don’t need any
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The secret to dropping pounds, reducing your risk of heart disease, and feeling better overall may just be filling your plate with fats. While eating more fat doesn’t mean drowning your veggies in butter, it does mean focusing on two types of “good” fats: MUFAs, or monounsaturated fats, and PUFAs (polyunsaturated fats), which include omega-3
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Post-workout sweets cravings? We picked up this all-natural, whole foods, superdelicious snack recipe from Emily Skye, one of our favorite trainers! It uses natural maple for sweetness, almonds and peanut butter for protein, and cacao to give it that chocolaty, magnesium-packed kick that’s great for recovery (the BCAAs in peanut butter will help with that,
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Ask any expert and they’ll tell you: The best way to prevent suffering from a vicious hangover is to forgo booze entirely. That’s because there’s no hard-and-fast, research-backed way to sidestep alcohol’s side effects. But the truth is sometimes, even experts who know better, drink just as much as you do. To fend off the
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Before trainer Kit Rich became a Pilates instructor to the stars (and healthy-lifestyle ambassador for brands like Lucy), she was just a woman trying yet another crazy, extreme, or unhealthy diet in order to lose weight. “I tried everything,” she told POPSUGAR, adding that she also suffered from eating disorders and body dysmorphia. “I was