Just Skip The Juice Cleanse: Health Advice From Dr. Lauretta Ihonor

Dr. Lauretta Ihonor

Long before I figured out a legitimate, sustainable healthy lifestyle for myself, I was the queen of yo-yo dieting. It was pretty miserable. All of my focus was on my appearance — not how I felt. I was willing to do almost anything my body to be skinny… except actually stick to healthy habits, of course. When I discovered Dr. …

Case Study: How This Foodie Mastered Healthy Weeknight Cooking For One

Being able to cook well is totally something to be proud of. My buddy Ethan is super humble about his cooking skills, but he’s definitely a boss in the kitchen. He doesn’t usually bring lunch to work because he’s able to eat cheap and healthy there. But at home, he’s a big fan of cooking Mediterranean inspired dinners and he …

Case Study: How To Live And Eat Healthy Like A Yoga And Fitness Editor

My friend, Leigh Weingus, is my favorite kind of health-obsessed person. She doesn’t tell other people that her way of being healthy is the only way. A healthy lifestyle means something different to everyone, and for this yoga and fitness editor, it means making conscious decisions that contribute to her overall well-being every single day. In this interview, Leigh shares her advice …

Case Study: How This Busy Associate Producer Crushes Cooking For One

Zoe Vock

My best friend, Zoe, recently nailed down cooking the right foods for her body. In this interview, she shares how she figured out how to not waste food and improved her life by cooking with quality ingredients. She’s seriously a pro when it comes to using fresh veggies from the farmers market. Like most New Yorkers, Zoe lives a busy, …

Case Study: If This 22 Year Old CEO Cooks Every Meal, So Can You

My brother, Alex, is a real culinary inspiration. He’s a hard-working 22-year-old entrepreneur and CEO living in San Francisco, CA. Alex works from home, which makes cooking easier. But, he’s had to get creative about making sure he doesn’t overeat. In this interview, you’ll learn how Alex only spends $200 a month on groceries, makes healthy, tasty meals in 10 minutes …