Almost everyone has experienced them at some stage: unpleasant cramps in muscles and calves. But what causes them and how can they be prevented and treated?
Like to try a new food trend? Poke tastes at least as exotic as it sounds and makes for a delicious gastronomical experience.
Food dropped on the floor for less than five seconds is safe to eat, right? Wrong. Researchers from Rutgers University put the “Five Second Rule” to the test in a 2016 study published in Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Results are less than appetizing.
The new trend for detoxing is a popular topic of conversation. If you are tired and exhausted then you are supposedly urgently in need of a detox. But what does that actually mean and is a detox really healthy?
If rush hour traffic isn’t enough to make you reconsider your daily commute, perhaps your waistline will. A 2016 study published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology finds the more often you bike or walk to work, the healthier your weight will be.
Fascia currently plays a big role when it comes to fitness and workouts. We tell you what fascia training is about and how you can include it in your daily workout to strengthen your connective tissue and gain flexibility.
Coleslaw is the most popular raw vegetable salad of German people! Have you ever tried a sweet-spicy version of the salad? Our delicious coleslaw recipe with apples and dried cranberries is perfect for setting the mood for Christmas.
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner. If you plan a party, we have something for you! Try our homemade “My Energy” party food and celebrate the New Year in a vital and delicious way. These healthy snacks are a fresh alternative to common party recipes.
Fruit juice contains lots of vitamins but its fructose content should not be underestimated. That is why it is often claimed not to be any healthier than soft drinks. What is true? Is fruit juice healthy or not?
Longing for something sweet? We have a fruity Christmas treat for you: Our banana citrus date bars are super delicious but still healthy.