Our founding editor offers a quick, simple technique that will keep your mat cleaner and in better shape.
Processed ingredients, sweeteners, and chemical additives inflame your body. Here’s how to keep it real.
There's a long list of phytonutrients and other good stuff in vegetables, fruits, and legumes that you can't get any other way. Put plants at the center of your plate for as many meals and snacks as you can.
Trade dead, packaged goods for foods that are fresh, alive, and full of high-vibe goodness. Figure out where to find them, learn to juice/slice/dice them, and eat them with great pleasure.
Your teeth and gums are a huge determining factor in your whole-body well-being. They're also an easy place to start demonstrating your commitment to whole-person health on a daily basis.
Toxins, poisons, and other gunk have no place in the temple. Avoid artificial flavors, preservatives, colors, fragrances, petrochemicals, and other toxic ingredients whenever possible.
Founding editor Pilar Gerasimo on the value of following your internal compass.
You don't have to make 100% healthy choices all the time. It's what you do most of the time — day in, day out — that counts.
Founding editor Pilar Gerasimo on recasting our current reality in hopes of tackling the seemingly impossible.
Don’t yet see yourself as a super-healthy person? Experiment with doing a little of what you’d do if you were already supremely healthy and fit. As often as you can, act as if your commitment were unwavering.
Founding editor Pilar Gerasimo’s thoughts on stress, resiliency, and recovery.
VIDEO · Feb 10, 2016
Experience Life founding editor Pilar Gerasimo speaks with Alexandra Jamieson, author of Women, Food, and Desire, about creating healthy sexual relationships with our partners and ourselves.
VIDEO · Jan 26, 2016
Experience Life founding editor Pilar Gerasimo talks with the Harvard obesity expert about his new best-selling book, Always Hungry? Conquer Cravings, Retrain Your Fat Cells, and Lose Weight Permanently.
Pilar Gerasimo on her theme for 2016.
Drink water, eat good food, move, rest, relax, connect. Don’t sweat the more complex stuff until you’ve got a grip on the basics.
Look and feel better, sure. But also think better, smell better, give better, love better, live better, be better.
Founding editor Pilar Gerasimo’s thoughts on creative and professional growth, evolution, and transformation.
Healthy, fit people have learned how to be healthy. Learn those skills, practice them, and you'll be healthy, too.